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GIMX doesn't detect adapter

Post by gcardy » Sun Nov 19, 2017 3:57 am

GIMX adapter: CP2102/TEENSY 2.0
GIMX Version: 6.11
Computer: Windows 8.1
Gaming target: PS3
Controller: OSW/Clubsport v3

My problem:

I cant seem to get GMIX working with my DIY adapter, log output below.

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global option -l with value `log.txt'
global option -c with value `LogitechG27.xml'
controller #1: option -p with value `COM40'
now reading arguments for controller #2
status flag is set
subpos flag is set
force_updates flag is set
GIMX 6.11 x86_64
Windows 8.1 x64
Kernel version: 6.3 (9600)
../common/windows/async.c:344 async_read_timeout: ReadFile failed: timeout expired.
can't read packet header
../common/windows/async.c:344 async_read_timeout: ReadFile failed: timeout expired.
can't read packet header
../common/windows/async.c:344 async_read_timeout: ReadFile failed: timeout expired.
can't read packet header
../common/windows/async.c:344 async_read_timeout: ReadFile failed: timeout expired.
can't read packet header
../common/windows/async.c:344 async_read_timeout: ReadFile failed: timeout expired.
can't read packet header
../common/windows/async.c:344 async_read_timeout: ReadFile failed: timeout expired.
can't read packet header
../common/windows/async.c:344 async_read_timeout: ReadFile failed: timeout expired.
can't read packet header
../common/windows/async.c:344 async_read_timeout: ReadFile failed: timeout expired.
can't read packet header
../common/windows/async.c:344 async_read_timeout: ReadFile failed: timeout expired.
can't read packet header
../common/windows/async.c:344 async_read_timeout: ReadFile failed: timeout expired.
can't read packet header
gimx.c:242 SDL_main: no adapter detected
Logitech drivers are installed. I tested the CP2102, and it is working properly. I also verified that I flashed the Teensy 2.0 with the correct firmware. I've tried flipping the RX/TX, but all that happens is that the RX LED on the CP2102 stays lit blue. I spent a few hours today browsing the forums to see if there were any steps that I am missing. Any help would be appreciated, I'm happy to provide more info if needed.

Geoff

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Re: GIMX doesn't detect adapter

Post by Matlo » Sun Nov 19, 2017 9:10 am

There probably is a loose connection. Does your Teensy have soldered pins?
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Re: GIMX doesn't detect adapter

Post by gcardy » Sun Nov 19, 2017 4:29 pm

Hi Matlo,

Thanks for the quick reply, as well as all the work you have put into this project! Yes my Teensy has soldered pins, I purchased it from the PJRC so I know that it is a real Teensy.

Geoff

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Re: GIMX doesn't detect adapter

Post by gcardy » Tue Nov 21, 2017 12:06 am

As far as I can tell the connections look good. I used a volt meter to test continuity on the respective pin on each board, with the cables plugged in. Beeps all around. I flashed the Teensy again for the fun of it, and so that I could collect the logs to show the one message that I think is benign, but wanted to verify.

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18:49:32.160: Teensy Loader 1.40, begin program
18:49:32.205: File "atmega32u4.hex". 3922 bytes, 12% used
18:49:32.212: Listening for remote control on port 3149
18:49:32.213: initialized, showing main window
18:49:32.448: HID/win32:  vid:04D9 pid:1919 ver:0106
18:49:32.448: HID/win32:  vid:1234 pid:BEAD ver:0218
18:49:32.448: HID/win32:  vid:0EB7 pid:183B ver:0001
18:50:04.450: Device came online, code_size = 32256
18:50:04.450: Board is: Teensy 2.0 (ATMEGA32U4)
18:50:04.451: File "atmega32u4.hex". 3922 bytes, 12% used
18:50:04.452: set background IMG_ONLINE
18:50:04.698: HID/win32: HidD_GetPreparsedData ok, device still online :-)
18:50:07.783: Open File event
18:50:10.344: File "atmega32u4.hex". 3922 bytes, 12% used
18:50:13.430: Program event
18:50:13.431: File "atmega32u4.hex". 3922 bytes, 12% used
18:50:13.434: can't open file 'C:\Users\gcard\Documents\firmwares-5.8\EMUG27PS3\atmega32u4.elf' (error 2: the system cannot find the file specified.)
18:50:13.434: Code size from .elf file = 0
18:50:13.435: begin operation
18:50:13.440: flash, block=0, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.625: flash, block=1, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.631: flash, block=2, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.636: flash, block=3, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.642: flash, block=4, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.647: flash, block=5, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.653: flash, block=6, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.658: flash, block=7, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.663: flash, block=8, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.669: flash, block=9, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.674: flash, block=10, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.679: flash, block=11, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.685: flash, block=12, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.690: flash, block=13, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.696: flash, block=14, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.701: flash, block=15, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.706: flash, block=16, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.712: flash, block=17, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.717: flash, block=18, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.723: flash, block=19, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.728: flash, block=20, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.733: flash, block=21, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.739: flash, block=22, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.744: flash, block=23, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.749: flash, block=24, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.755: flash, block=25, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.760: flash, block=26, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.766: flash, block=27, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.771: flash, block=28, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.776: flash, block=29, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.782: flash, block=30, bs=128, auto=0
18:50:13.790: end operation, total time = 0.355 seconds
18:50:13.791: set background IMG_DOWNLOAD_OK
18:50:13.793: redraw timer set, image 12 to show for 1500 ms
18:50:15.291: redraw, image 10
18:50:15.291: set background IMG_ONLINE
18:50:17.105: Verbose Info event
18:50:28.894: Reboot event
18:50:28.897: begin operation
18:50:28.906: sending reboot
18:50:28.909: begin wait_until_offline
18:50:28.912: offline, waited 0
18:50:28.915: end operation, total time = 0.014 seconds
18:50:28.919: set background IMG_REBOOT_OK
18:50:28.923: redraw timer set, image 14 to show for 1200 ms
18:50:28.945: HID/win32:  vid:04D9 pid:1919 ver:0106
18:50:28.947: HID/win32:  vid:1234 pid:BEAD ver:0218
18:50:28.951: HID/win32:  vid:0EB7 pid:183B ver:0001
18:50:30.119: redraw, image 9
I mean, it says that the proper firmware is loaded, but I see the .elf file error. I have tried multiple USB port on my computer, and still the same result.

Thanks

EDIT: I installed the Logitech drivers, but I assume that my DIY adapter needs to be working properly first in order for the Logitech stuff to 'detect' the emulated G27.

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Re: GIMX doesn't detect adapter

Post by Godlike » Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:46 am

It has to work as long it's genuine teensy. Can you try your device on other pc just to be sure?
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Re: GIMX doesn't detect adapter

Post by gcardy » Tue Nov 21, 2017 10:09 pm

My gaming PC is the only Windows box that I have, everything else is a Mac. Would booting Ubuntu off of a USB drive and trying GIMX be acceptable? I can always bring the adapter into to work tomorrow and try on another PC.

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Re: GIMX doesn't detect adapter

Post by Godlike » Tue Nov 21, 2017 10:13 pm

Sure but I would test it on the other pc If I was you
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Re: GIMX doesn't detect adapter

Post by kaiba_seto2004 » Wed Nov 22, 2017 10:17 am

You can try Bootcamp for installing windows on Mac. I was successful using Gimx on Macbook through bootcamp.

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Re: GIMX doesn't detect adapter

Post by Matlo » Wed Nov 22, 2017 12:56 pm

Please post a clear picture showing the wiring, and a link to the cp2102 board.
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Re: GIMX doesn't detect adapter

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