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Below is a comprehensive troubleshooting guide for this particular issue. Please check each step. If this guide is unable to resolve your issue, please record the results of each relevant step in the guide and send your results to Saleae support.
Before proceeding with the in-depth troubleshooting guide, please perform the following quick troubleshooting steps:
1. If you are on Windows and have USB 3.0 ports on your PC, please check your current host controller drivers and update them to the latest version. Detailed information can be found below.
2. Test the device with another USB cable. If you have a Logic Pro 8 or a Logic Pro 16, test them with a second USB 3.0 cable if you have one. If the replacement cable works, then the original cable is bad.
3. Test the device on a second PC, preferably with a different USB cable. Also test on both computers with USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports. If the device does not work on either computer with either cable on any port, it may need to be replaced.
4. If the device works at least once, it may be a problem that's solvable with software or driver updates or with a new cable.
Part 1: Troubleshooting the Hardware for Issues
If you are troubleshooting Logic Pro 8 or Logic Pro 16, please check the link below to double check its connection to your PC via USB 3.0. Otherwise, move straight to Process a Warranty.
Part 2: Troubleshooting the Connection to the Software
If the device is not connecting to the software successfully after following the above procedure, you will need to contact support.
Please provide the following information:
The name of the Logic analyzer you are using (Logic 4, Logic 8, Logic Pro 8, etc.).
The operating system(s) of the PC(s) you have tested on. Include the version of that OS and if it is 32-bit or 64-bit (e.g., Windows 7 x64 or OSX 10.10.5).
Indicate if you were able to test with a second USB 3.0 cable or not (e.g., the included USB 3.0 cable and an extra USB 2.0 cable).
The results of the above tests. Indicate if the OS was able to detect the device with the software closed and on which ports. Also indicate if the device vanished after opening the software, and if so, include the console output of the software as described in that test.
On Windows, include the name and driver version of your USB 3.0 host controller(s). Open Device Manager and expand the Universal Serial Bus Controllers. Locate the USB 3.0 host controller. Most PCs will only have one. Names vary between host controllers, but they can usually be identified with a name like one of these:
XHCI host controller
USB 3.0 host controller
eXtensible Host Controller
Once you have found the host controller, take note of the full name. Then check the driver version.