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Symptoms
Cause
Resolution
Plug in the power supply (DI-71x stand alone units only)
Verify that you are using Windows 2000, ME, XP, Vista, or 7
Verify that your DATAQ Instruments Resource CD is dated February 2011 or later
Make sure that your MSCOMM32.ocx file is dated 6/24/98 or later
Make sure that both drivers are properly installed
Change the COM port designation of your DATAQ Instruments device
Verify that previously installed hardware/software does not conflict with WinDaq installation
Create a Debug710.log file
Applies To

Symptoms

While installing WinDaq for a DI-148, DI-158 or DI-71x USB device you may encounter one of the following error messages/issues:
'No DATAQ Instruments Devices Found'
'Error Communicating with the Device'
The device that you are installing is not listed in the DATAQ Instruments Installation Manager.

Cause

These error messages/issues could result from one or more of the following:
Failure to plug in the provided power supply (DI-71x stand alone units only)
An operating system that is not supported
Outdated installation software
An outdated MSCOMM32.ocx file
Improper USB driver installation
A COM port conflict
A conflict with previously installed hardware/software

Resolution

To resolve these issues follow the steps below.

Plug in the power supply (DI-71x stand alone units only)

If you are installing a DI-71x stand alone device be sure that the power supply (provided with the unit) is plugged in.

Run the WinDaq installation program. Did WinDaq install properly? If not proceed to the next step.

Verify that you are using Windows 2000, ME, XP, Vista, or 7

Windows 2000, ME, XP, Vista, and 7 are the only Windows operating systems that support USB.

Run the WinDaq installation program. Did WinDaq install properly? If not proceed to the next step.

Verify that your DATAQ Instruments Resource CD is dated February 2011 or later

If your CD is dated earlier than February 2011 download the latest revision of WinDaq at: www.dataq.com/support/upgrades/record/g12level2.html.


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Run the WinDaq installation program. Did WinDaq install properly? If not proceed to the next step.

Make sure that your MSCOMM32.ocx file is dated 6/24/98 or later

MSCOMM32.ocx is found in the Windows directory in the system32 folder (C:Windowssystem32). A more up-to-date version can be downloaded from the web at www.dataq.com/support/downloads/mscomm32dotocx.zip or on The WinDaq Resource CD-ROM (dated October 2004 or later) in the folder dataqsupportdownloadsmscomm32dotocx.zip.

Run the WinDaq installation program. Did WinDaq install properly? If not proceed to the next step.

Make sure that both drivers are properly installed

These USB devices require two drivers to be installed (a USB and a Serial Port driver). Ensure both are installed properly:

  1. If it isn't already, connect the DI-148, DI-158 or DI-71x USB instrument to your PC and apply power if applicable (DI-71x USB stand-alone models require power).
  2. Go to your desktop and Right-click on the My Computer icon.
  3. Click on Properties
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  4. Depending on which Operating System is running on your machine:
    • Windows ME - Click on the Device Manager tab.
    • Windows 2000 and Windows XP - Click on the Hardware tab, then click the Device Manager button.
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  5. Your DI-148, DI-158 or DI-71x USB device should be listed in the Windows Device Manager under either 'Ports (COM & LPT),' 'Universal Serial Bus controllers,' or both.
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  6. Right-click on the DATAQ DI-148-U, DI-158-U or DI-710-U device under 'Ports (COM & LPT)' and/or 'Universal Serial Bus controllers' and select 'Uninstall.'
  7. Unplug your DI-148, DI-158, or DI-71x and then plug it back in. This will initiate the 'Found New Hardware Wizard.'
  8. Follow the 'Found New Hardware Wizard' prompts until driver installation is complete. The 'Found New Hardware Wizard' will appear twice to install both drivers.

    If your DI-148, DI-158 or DI-710 USB unit is not listed in the Windows device manager under 'Ports (COM & LPT)' or 'Universal Serial Bus controllers' it may appear under 'Other Devices' as an 'Unsupported Device.'


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    If the device shows up under 'Other Devices' as an 'Unsupported Device:'

    • Right-click on the 'Unsupported Device' and select 'Uninstall.'
    • Unplug your DI-148, DI-158 or DI-71x and then plug it back in. This will initiate the 'Found New Hardware Wizard.'
    • Follow the 'Found New Hardware Wizard' prompts until driver installation is complete. The 'Found New Hardware Wizard' will appear twice to install both drivers.

Run the WinDaq installation program. Did WinDaq install properly? If not proceed to the next step.

Change the COM port designation of your DATAQ Instruments device

Change the COM port designation of your DATAQ Instruments Device to a COM port between 5 and 16. Before you begin, make sure the device is connected to your computer and if applicable, that power is applied (DI-71x stand alone products only).

Data

To change the COM port designation:

  1. Go to your desktop and Right-click on the My Computer icon.
  2. Click on Properties
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  3. Depending on which Operating System is running on your machine:
    • Windows ME - Click on the Device Manager tab.
    • Windows 2000 and Windows XP - Click on the Hardware tab, then click the Device Manager button.
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  4. Find Ports (COM & LPT) and expand by clicking the + box to the left. This shows all COM and LPT ports currently assigned on your computer.
  5. Find DATAQ DIxxx (COM#) - # is the COM port designated for your device.
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  6. Change the COM port Number of your Device.
    • Right-click on DATAQ DIxxx (COM#).
    • Click on Properties.
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    • Click on the Port Settings tab.
    • Click on the Advanced button.
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    • Click the down arrow on the COM Port Number drop-down menu.
    • Select a COM port number between 5 and 16 (avoid COM port numbers that are 'in use').
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Run the WinDaq installation program. Did WinDaq install properly? If not proceed to the next step.

Verify that previously installed hardware/software does not conflict with WinDaq installation

It is possible that previously installed hardware/software (Palm Pilots, Digital cameras, etc.) conflicts with the WinDaq installation. To reduce the likelihood of such a conflict disable all programs in your start-up menu.

  1. Click the 'Start' button and select 'Run.'
  2. Type MSCONFIG in the run window and click the 'OK' button.
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  3. From the 'System Configuration Utility' window select the 'Startup' tab.
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  4. Click on the 'Disable All' button and then click 'OK' (you can re-enable startup items later).

Run the WinDaq installation program. Did WinDaq install properly? If so there is another application installed on your PC that conflicts with the WinDaq installation. This is not a WinDaq Installation issue, but an issue with the ill-behaved application. Identifying the responsible application is a process of elimination. Once isolated, contact the author of the conflicting application for additional support.

If you continue to experience WinDaq installation problems proceed to the next step.

Create a Debug710.log file

The Debug710.log file will provide information pertinent to your installation issue. The support staff at DATAQ Instruments will review the Debug710.log file and reply via phone or email with a solution.

  1. Right-click on the shortcut that you use to run the DATAQ Instruments Hardware Manager and select 'Properties' (default is Start > Programs > WINDAQ > Dataq Instruments Hardware Manager).
  2. Add the word debug to the end of the 'Target:' line.
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  3. Run the DATAQ Instruments Hardware Manager. This will generate a debug710.log file in the directory where WinDaq is installed.
  4. Email the Debug710.log file along with a description of the problem to [email protected]

Applies To

DI-148 products, DI-158 products, and DI-71x USB products.

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If you have any trouble with the following instructions, please send an email to [email protected] for further assistance.

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Drivers Dataq Instruments Port Devices

When you run WinDaq USB, it comes back with the error message: 'Could not open data acquisition device.' Accessing your Windows Device Manager further reveals that with the DI-700 or 720/730/740-USB connected to a USB port of your PC, you cannot find the device listed. If the device is connected (and turned on for a 720/730/740-USB), it is probably listed under 'Other devices' as 'USB Device.'

Common Cause

When a DI-7xx-USB is connected to your PC for the first time, Windows will detect it and ask for a device driver. (Under Windows 2000, you must be logged in as Administrator or have sufficient privileges to install device drivers.) If Windows cannot find a driver for the device and the user clicks the default button 'Finish' or clicks on 'Disable the device,' the Windows Device Manager puts 'USB Device' under 'Other devices' and Windows will never prompt you again to install the driver. When installing in Windows XP, Microsoft issues a warning that the software 'has not passed Windows Logo Testing to verify its compatibility with Windows XP.' If the user stops Installation here, the Windows Device Manager puts 'USB Device' under 'Universal Serial Bus Controllers.'

Without the proper driver, WinDaq will not run.

Solution

Insert the WinDaq Resource CD-ROM. If it auto-starts, click Exit. Then follow the appropriate directions for your operating system below.

Under Windows 98 or Windows ME

  1. Go to the Control Panel (Start>Settings>Control Panel) and open 'Add New Hardware.' The open window will instruct you to close any open programs. Do this and then click Next.
  2. Click Next again to have Windows search for any new Plug and Play devices on your system.
  3. Click on 'Select USB Device' and click Next.
  4. Windows will report that the device has already been installed, but it has a problem. To view properties for the device and to see the problem and proposed solution, click Finish.
  5. Device status will show: 'The drivers for this device are not installed. (Code 28).' To reinstall the drivers for this device, click 'Reinstall Driver.'
  6. When the Update Device Driver Wizard starts, click Next.
  7. Select 'Search for a better driver than the one your device is using now. (Recommended)' and click Next.
  8. Under Windows 98, check the 'CD-ROM drive' box and click Next.
  9. With di700.inf or di720.inf selected in the root directory of the CD-ROM drive, click Next or OK.
  10. After the wizard copies the files and builds a driver information database, click 'Finish' for Windows 98 or 'OK' for Windows ME. The DI-7x0 USB ADC Module Properties should be displayed. You can now close the wizard and close the Control Panel.
  11. Access the 'Windaq' programs menu and open 'WinDaq[7xx] USB0' to confirm that the device has been successfully installed. Always exit the application before disconnecting or turning off the device.

Under Windows 2000

  1. Go to the Control Panel (Start>Settings>Control Panel) and open 'Add New Hardware.' When this window opens, click Next.
  2. Select 'Add/Troubleshoot a Device' and click Next.
  3. Windows searches for new Plug and Play hardware to install. Select 'USB Device' and click Next.
  4. Device status will show: 'The drivers for this device are not installed. (Code 28).' To start the troubleshooter that will resolve your problems click Finish.
  5. The 'Welcome to the Upgrade Device Driver Wizard' will open. To continue click Next.
  6. Select 'Search for a suitable driver for my device (recommended)' and click Next.
  7. Under 'Optional Search Locations' check the 'CD-ROM drives' box and click Next.
  8. After it finds di700.inf or di720.inf on the CD-ROM drive, click Next.
  9. After it copies the files, you can close the wizard (by clicking Finish) and close the Control Panel.
  10. Access the 'Windaq' programs menu and open 'WinDaq[7xx] USB0' to confirm that the device has been successfully installed. Always exit the application before disconnecting or turning off the device. Windows 2000 recommends that before disconnecting the device or turning it off, you double click the device ejection icon on the taskbar (with an arrow near the clock) and stop it.

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Under WindowsXP

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  1. Go to the Control Panel (Start>Control Panel).
  2. Go to Add Hardware (with a Category View Control Panel, Click, 'Printers and Other Hardware' then under 'See Also,' click 'Add Hardware.' With a Classic View Control Panel just click 'Add Hardware').
  3. When the Add Hardware Wizard opens, click Next.
  4. When it asks, 'Have you already connected this hardware to your computer?' select, 'Yes, I have already connected the hardware.' and click Next.
  5. Click on 'USB Device.' The current status of the hardware you selected will be 'The drivers for this device are not installed (Code 28).' To start the troubleshooter that will resolve your problems click Finish.
  6. When the wizard comes up click Next to continue.
  7. In the Hardware Installation box, Microsoft issues a warning that the software 'has not passed Windows Logo testing to verify its compatibility with Windows XP.' Ignore this and click 'Continue Anyway.'
  8. After it copies the files, you can close the wizard (by clicking Finish) and close the Control Panel (or the 'Printers and Other Hardware' box).
  9. Use Windows Explorer to check that the date on WINDOWSSYSTEM32DRIVERSDI700.sys or DI720.sys is 6-12-06 or later. If it is, please proceed to step 10. If it is not, go to the WinDaq Acquisition Upgrade Center and download the updated driver for your device. For the DI-700, click Group 3. For the DI-720/730/740, click Group 1, then 'USB.' Click 'Download device driver only,' save the file to disk, and unzip DI700.ZIP or DI720.ZIP to a floppy. In the Device Manager, right click on the device and select 'Update Driver...,' remove the CD-ROM, insert the floppy, and click Next. In the 'Files Needed' box, for 'Copy Files From:', type 'A:'.
  10. Access the 'Windaq' programs menu and open 'WinDaq[7xx] USB0' to confirm that the device has been successfully installed. Always exit the application before disconnecting or turning off the device.