>> From your email, it looks like you did those things. When you run uhd_find_devices, the driver will actually load a firmware image
>>and reset the USRP (if this is the first time it was powered up). You should see the device disconnect and connect when this happens.
>>Anything like that happening?
I downloaded the image and I put the usrp1_fw.ihx and usrp1_fpga.rbf into a directory named image and I set the PATH
to that image directory.
When I power up the USRP1 it shows in the DeviceManager the LibUSB-Win32 Devices -> USRP
filter (VID=FFFE; PID=0004), but when running the
uhd_find_devices there's no change, the device is not disconnected and reconnected, I don't get any error message, nothing; from ...\UHD\bin>uhd_find_devices.exe
comes back to ...\UHD\bin>.
I have Win XP installed on my laptop, no virtual machine. Really I don't know what's wrong (UHD is installed, image PATH is set) with it and
what could I do with it to make it run.
>> FYI, I uploaded a new gnuradio installer for windows, and added
>> instructions which can be found here:
I downloaded and installed it as you described it, when trying to run that gnuradio\bin\gnuradio-companion.py I received an error message "Cannot import gnuradio.
Are your PYTHONPATH and LD_LIBRARY_PATH set correctly?" even if I set PYTHONPATH and PATH correctly, I checked and double-checked it (I'm using the