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Error Function: Device2::SetupDevice
We've recently received reports of issues when our logic analyzer is connected to the PC.
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 with the following header in the generated error report.
Logic Assert Information Version: 1.2.29 System: Windows 6.2 64-Bit Operating System File: C:\Users\Mark\Software\Logic\Source\Device2.cpp Function: Device2::SetupDevice, Line: 118
The location of the generated error reports are below:
On Vista 7/8/10:
C:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Roaming\Saleae LLC\Logic\Errors\
On XP:
C:\Documents and Settings\YourUserName\Application Data\Saleae LLC\Logic\Errors\
On Linux:
Inside the folder with the Logic executable in the Errors folder.
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

Known Solutions

Please try the following versions of the software to obtain the fix:
    The below versions will soon be obsolete, but still contains the fix (for Logic 8, please use Logic v2.x above as the below versions may have compatibility issues).
In case you have any trouble with the solutions above, please contact us and we can help towards a resolution.
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