I was wondering if the source for HiFive1_Driver.exe is available anywhere. I would like to implement something similar in a project that I am doing (making an FTDI port unavailable). I hadn’t seen it done before and would like to know how to do it.

Hi Alex,

We used this tool:

It allows us to associate the FTDI device with the appropriate WinUSB driver instead of the default FTDI driver Windows uses. The output is a nice executable that is easy to install.

The OpenOCD Windows readme talks about the driver situation a little bit too:

I hope this helps.

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Thanks very much, this helps a lot!

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