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Scopy troubleshooting guide

INI files

Scopy.ini and Preferences.ini contain the user-settings that are saved in-between sessions. Sometimes these can get messed up and can cause problems. In order to reset them, go to: Windows: C:\Users\your_username\AppData\Roaming\ADI Linux /home/user/.config/ADI

and delete Scopy.ini, Scopy.ini.bak, Preferences.ini, Preferences.ini.bak

Connecting through the network interface

If you are having trouble connecting through USB, you can always connect to the ADALM2000 through the network interface. The USB connection can cause all kinds of problems on various systems. In order to connect through the emulated network interface run these steps here[]=remote#connecting_to_a_remote_device

Make sure you have the latest firmware

Visit the ADALM2000 firmware page

Compare the latest firmware version on this page with the one you have installed. Follow these steps to update the firmware:

Uninstall and reinstall the software

  • Run a clean uninstall
  • Delete the ini files
  • Run a clean reinstall
  • Restart your computer after the clean install can fix your problems.

Run iio_info -a for board diagnostics

Download latest version of .

Open a command prompt and run

iio_info -a 


iio_info -u "ip:"

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