09-15-2020 04:39 AM
09-16-2020 12:46 PM
09-18-2020 02:37 AM
Thank you for your reply, however your solution doesn't apply on my case.
You said: "So you can see both the devices in the vivado HW manager. But only one can be accessed.", however this is not true. That's exactly what I want to achieve (being able to choose between devices, even if they are not connected simultaneously, without removing the usb cable to avoid turning them off).
The issue is that only one of them is connected, and also when changing between them (by removing the cable of one or the other) the information displayed is the same (same name, same id, and practically same everything else). I suspect the real issue is that both devices have the same internal identifier, and so they are indistinguishable.
In the end I managed to solve it by using external power to keep the devices on, and connect/disconnect the usb respectively to being able to have all programmed simultaneously. [interestingly, when having one device shown in vivado and changing to the other, vivado didn't notice the change and allowed me to program the second one as if it were being reprogrammed the first, which shows that my theory of the same id seems correct]
09-24-2020 09:46 AM
Good that you have a solution. Just wanted to add the snippet from the Vivado HW manager. I have connected 2 boards. HW manager shows them and I can close and program the other. Here are the snapshots:-
1st board is KCU105 & 2nd Board is VCU118
Hope it helps.