Error Function: Device2::SetupDevice

This error only affects Logic software versions 1.2.29 and older and has since been fixed in 1.2.40. Specifically, the logic software will run fine while a logic analyzer is not connected, but the moment a logic analyzer is connected, the Logic software will crash.
To solve this issue, we recommend using the following version of the software.
  • Logic 2
  • Logic 1.2.40 (Download link provided below)
In case you have any trouble with the solutions above, please contact us and we can help towards a resolution.

Background Information

When observing your crash logs files, you may notice the header line Function: Device2::SetupDevice, Line: 118 is present, as shown below.
Logic Assert Information
Version: 1.2.29
System: Windows 6.2
64-Bit Operating System
File: C:\Users\Username\Software\Logic\Source\Device2.cpp
Function: Device2::SetupDevice, Line: 118
The location of the generated crash logs can be found in the support article below.
We discovered this to be a bug with our logic analyzers in combination with the following processors, OSes, and PC models.
  • Intel N4200
  • Intel N5000
  • Intel Celeron
  • Intel® Core i5-1035G4 (specifically found in Surface Pro 7)
  • MacOS Mojave
  • Microsoft Surface Book
  • Microsoft Surface Pro