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Locate the Unknown Device. RELATED: How to Use the Windows Device Manager for Troubleshooting You’ll see information about Unknown Devices in the Device Manager.To open it on Windows 10, 8.1, or 8, right-click in the bottom-left corner of the screen or press Windows Key + X and select Device Manager. I am trying to get the lego IR tower to work under linux with little success. I am running debian linux, vanilla kernel 2.6.9. My ir tower is a USB device. I built the kernel with the USB Lego Tower driver as a module, and am currently running that kernel. I have modprobed 'legousbtower', which generates no errors, and shows up in dmesg.
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How to Update Your EV3 Brick
From time to time, we release firmware updates for the EV3 Brick. You can update your EV3 Brick using the Online EV3 Device Manager by following the steps below.
The browser-based EV3 Device Manager is compatible with all desktop platforms and is the easiest way to update your EV3 Brick.
- Go to the EV3 Device Manager web page.
- Download and Install the EV3 Device Manager.
- Connect your EV3 Brick via a USB cable.
- Check your EV3 Brick firmware version and update if necessary.
If your EV3 Brick does not start updating, please repeat the steps above or contact Consumer Service.
This article provides instructions for installing the necessary drivers to use the RCX USB tower with ROBOLAB for LabVIEW. These instructions have been tested on Mac OS X 10.9 and 10.10 as well as 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7.
For RCX USB tower support…
1. Install LabVIEW for LEGO MINDSTORMS and/or the relevant MINDSTORMS add-on. See https://decibel.ni.com/content/docs/DOC-15615 for more details and links to these downloads.
2. Install ROBOLAB for LabVIEW.
3. Install NI-VISA…
- Windows: http://www.ni.com/download/ni-visa-14.0.1/5023/en/
- Mac OS X: http://www.ni.com/download/ni-visa-14.0/4913/en/
4. If installing on Windows, you will have to run the VISA Wizard
a. Find it in your Start menu
b. Choose USB:
c. Select the LEGO tower (the tower must be plugged in to appear):
d. Give your INF files a name (default is fine)
e. Allow the wizard to install and hit finish.
Lego Usb Devices Drivers
f. Restart LabVIEW and run ROBOLAB for LabVIEW (Tools > Robolab 2.9.4d…)The following two tabs change content below.
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