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    SIOC not seeing devices

    I upgraded my PC this week: Asus Z87 PRO MB and i7 4770K CPU. After I got everything up and running I started SIOC but my 2 USB Expansion Cards weren't listed under Devices. I checked the cables and noticed the led on the cards doesn't blink once as usual when I plug/unplug the USB cable. I plugged a jump drive into the USB slots I was using for the Exp cards and Windows sees them fine. I tried reinstalling SIOC but it didn't help. I've never run accross this problem when swapping boards before. Anyone have an idea what's causing the problem?

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    Re: SIOC not seeing devices

    Hello Jerry.

    Have you updated your Sioc.ini according to the new USB numbers?

    Remember to use correct USB connector on MB as just a few of
    them are USB 1.1 compliant.

    USB Ports Intel® Z87 chipset :
    4 x USB 3.0/2.0 port(s) (2 at back panel, blue, 2 at mid-board)
    8 x USB 2.0/1.1 port(s) (8 at mid-board)
    4 x USB 3.0/2.0 port(s) (4 at back panel, blue)
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    Re: SIOC not seeing devices

    Have you updated your Sioc.ini according to the new USB numbers?

    The device numbers aren't showing up in SIOC for some reason.

    I plugged my 2 USB Exp Cards into a USB addon module that is plugged into one of the 8 x USB 2.0/1.1 port(s) (8 at mid-board). A jump drive works fine in them so I can't understand why SIOC can't see them.


    SIOC.jpgAsus MB.jpg

    Here is my sioc.cfg

    [ fichero de configuracion para el SIOC ver. 4.5 ]
    [ Configuration file for SIOC ]


    [************** SIOC ***************]

    [ Nombre asignado al SIOC ]
    [ SIOC name ]
    Name=Main

    [ Puerto del servidor IOCP ]
    [ IOCP port ]
    IOCP_port=8092

    [ Tiempo de respuesta máximo de los paquetes IOCP ]
    [ IOCP Timeout ]
    IOCP_timeout=4000

    [ Arranque minimizado en la barra ]
    [ Start minimized in tray ]
    Minimized=No

    [ Retraso necesario para las variables toggles (Project Magenta)]
    [ Deley needed for var. toggles (Project Magenta) ]
    toggle_delay=20

    [ Fichero de configuracion ]
    [ Configuration File ]
    CONFIG_FILE=.\PM_B747-400.ssi

    [************** MONITOR MODULE ***************]

    [ Desabilitar monitorizacion remota del SIOC ]
    [ Remote monitor disable mode yes/no ]
    Monitor_disable=No

    [ Refresco broadcast monitor (en segundos) ]
    [ Broadcast monitor time (seconds) ]
    Monitor_time=2


    [************** IOCARDS MODULE ***************]

    [ Desactivar el módulo de las IOCards ]
    [ Disable IOCards module ]
    IOCard_disable=No

    [ Divisor de frecuencia para los ejes analogicos (1-999). Retarda la entrega de valores. ]
    [ Frequency divisor for delay the analogic axes. (1-999)]
    Divisor_AD=10

    [------------- CARDS CONFIG -------------]

    [ IOCard Master ]
    [...............]

    [ Spanish : ]

    [ MASTER=(Indice device),(Tipo),(Número de tarjetas),(Número device) ]

    [ Indice Device: Índice usado en la variable SIOC como device, para indicar a que tarjeta se hace referencia ]
    [ Se usa 0 en el caso de que sólo haya una tarjeta y no se tenga en cuenta el número de device, por defecto un script en SIOC cuando no se pone parámetro DEVICE, se hace referencia al índice 0]

    [ tipo = 0 : Emulador de Master Card // OBSOLETO ]
    [ tipo = 1 : Tarjeta Master conectada al puerto paralelo directamente // OBSOLETO ]
    [ tipo = 2 : Tarjeta Master conectada al puerto paralelo mediante cable de compatibilidad // OBSOLETO ]
    [ tipo = 3 : Placa de expansión por puerto paralelo // OBSOLETO ]
    [ tipo = 4 : Tarjeta USBExpansion usada ]
    [ tipo = 5 : Modulo MCP de Opencockpits ]
    [ tipo = 6 : Tarjeta USBOutputs ]
    [ tipo = 7 : Modulo EFIS de Opencockpits ]
    [ tipo = 8 : Modulo Radio COM de Opencockpits ]
    [ tipo = 9 : Modulo Radio NAV de Opencockpits ]
    [ tipo = 10 : Modulo Radio ADF de Opencockpits ]
    [ tipo = 11 : Modulo Radio ATC de Opencockpits ]
    [ tipo = 12 : Modulo Radio Airbus RMP de Opencockpits ]
    [ tipo = 13 : Modulo FMC-737 de Opencockpits ]
    [ tipo = 14 : Tarjeta USBDcmotorPLUS ]
    [ tipo = 15 : Modulo MCP V3 de Opencockpits ]
    [ tipo = 16 : Modulo CRONOMETRO B737 ]


    [ Número de tarjetas = Número de placas Master usadas, 1 a 4 para uso de placas de expansión, 1 para conexión de placa Master directa o del Emulador ]

    [ Número de device = 0 en el caso del Emulador o primera tarjeta USB detectada, Dirección del puerto paralelo (por ejemplo $037, o número de dispositivo USB ]


    [ Un ejemplo de 2 USBExpansion conectadas con 3 y 2 placas Master ]
    [ MASTER=0,4,3,22 ]
    [ MASTER=1,4,2,24 ]

    [ Un ejemplo de conexión a simulador ]
    [ MASTER=0,0,1,0 ]


    [ English : ]

    [ MASTER=(Device index),(Type),(Number of cards),(Device number) ]

    [ Device index : Index used in SIOC variable like device, this is the card used for SIOC sentence ]
    [ Use 0 for only one card, for this value you not need specify Device number. If you not use DEVICE parameter in a definition in SIOC script, the default index used is 0]

    [ type = 0 : Master Card Emulator // OBSOLETE ]
    [ type = 1 : Master Card connected directly to parallel port // OBSOLETE ]
    [ type = 2 : Master Card connected throught compatibility cable to parallel port //OBSOLETE]
    [ type = 3 : Expansion Card connected throught parallel port //OBSOLETE ]
    [ type = 4 : USBExpansion Card used ]
    [ type = 5 : Opencockpits MCP module ]
    [ type = 6 : USBOutputs Card used ]
    [ type = 7 : EFIS module ]
    [ type = 8 : Radio COM module ]
    [ type = 9 : Radio NAV module ]
    [ type = 10 : Radio ADF module ]
    [ type = 11 : Radio ATC module ]
    [ type = 12 : Radio RMP Airbus module ]
    [ type = 13 : FMC-737 module ]
    [ type = 14 : USBDCmotorPLUS Card used ]
    [ type = 15 : MCP V3 module ]
    [ type = 16 : CHRONO B737 module ]

    [ Number of Cards = Master cards connecteds, 1 to 4 for expansion cards, 1 for a Master card directly connected or Emulator ]

    [ Number of device = 0 for Emulator or first USB card detected, parallel port address, device number for specifies USBexpansion card ]

    MASTER=0,4,3,23
    MASTER=1,4,4,25

    [ For example, two USBExpansion cards connected with 3 and 2 Master cards used ]
    [ MASTER=0,4,3,22 ]
    [ MASTER=1,4,2,24 ]

    [ For example, use of Master card emulator ]
    [ MASTER=0,0,1,0 ]

    [ Use the first USBExpansion card connected with only one Master Card attached ]
    [ Esta definición es para usar la primera tarjeta USBExpansion que se encuentre instalada que además llevará conectada una placa Master ]

    [MASTER=3,6,1,252]
    [MASTER=0,4,1,0]
    [MASTER=0,12,1,0]
    [MASTER=0,16,1,0]

    [ Others Cards / Otras tarjetas ]
    [...............................]

    [ Spanish : ]

    [ Nombre_de_tarjeta=(Indice device),(Número device) ]

    [ Indice Device: Índice usado en la variable SIOC como device, para indicar a que tarjeta se hace referencia ]
    [ Se usa 0 en el caso de que sólo haya una tarjeta y no se tenga en cuenta el número de device, por defecto un script en SIOC cuando no se pone parámetro DEVICE, se hace referencia al índice 0]

    [ Número de device = 0 para usar primera tarjeta USB de este tipo detectada ó número de dispositivo USB ]


    [ English : ]

    [ Name_of_card=(Device index),(Device number) ]

    [ Device index : Index used in SIOC variable like device, this is the card used for SIOC sentence ]
    [ Use 0 for only one card, for this value you not need specify Device number. If you not use DEVICE parameter in a definition in SIOC script, the default index used is 0]

    [ Number of device = 0 for first USB card of this type detected, or device number for a specifies device ]

    [ Ejemplo de dos USBServos en indices 0 y 1, y números de devices 17 y 23 ]
    [ Example of two USBServos for index 0 and 1, and device number 17 and 23 ]

    [ USBServos=0,17 ]
    [ USBServos=1,23 ]


    [USBStepper=0,0]
    [USBKeys=0,0]
    [USBServos=0,0]
    [USBRelays=0,0]
    [USBDCmotor=0,0]

    [ Para los ejes analógicos se usan los números de devices de las tarjetas donde están alojados ]
    [ For analogic axles, you use the device number of cards what allow the axles ]

    [USBAnalogic=0,0]


    [************** FSUIPC MODULE ***************]

    [ Desabilitar lectura de las FSUIPC ]
    [ FSUIPC disable mode yes/no ]
    FSUipcdisable=No

    [ Refresco recepción FSUIPC ]
    [ FSUIPC refresh ]
    FSUipcRefresh=50


    [************** IOCP CLIENTS MODULES ***************]

    [ Retraso para inicializacion una vez conectado el cliente en milisegundos ]
    [ Delay for initialization when client has been connected in mseconds ]
    IOCPini_delay=3000

    [************** IOCP CLIENT MODULE #0 ***************]

    [ Desactivar el módulo cliente IOCP ]
    [ Disable IOCP client module ]
    IOCPclient0_disable=No

    [ IP del servidor donde debe de conectar el cliente ]
    [ IOCP client host name ]
    IOCPclient0_host=localhost

    [ Puerto de envio del protocolo IOCP cliente ]
    [ IOCP client port ]
    IOCPclient0_port=8099


    [************** IOCP CLIENT MODULE #1 ***************]

    [ Desactivar el módulo cliente IOCP ]
    [ Disable IOCP client module ]
    IOCPclient1_disable=Yes

    [ IP del servidor donde debe de conectar el cliente ]
    [ IOCP client host name ]
    IOCPclient1_host=localhost

    [ Puerto de envio del protocolo IOCP cliente ]
    [ IOCP client port ]
    IOCPclient1_port=8099


    Jerry

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    Re: SIOC not seeing devices

    Hi Jerry.

    I’ve no clue actually.
    What do USBCheck tell you – any OC hardware showing up at all?
    Regards,
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    Re: SIOC not seeing devices

    Jerry

    OC cards are intolerant of some addon hubs etc. Have you tried connecting each expansion card directly into a USB port (not through your add-on) to see if SIOC recognises the card?

    David

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    Re: SIOC not seeing devices

    This wasn't an addon hub, just a plate with 4 external USB ports installed in a slot in the back of the chassis and plugged into 2 USB 2.0/1.1 port connectors. I didn't reinstall Windows7 after installing this motherboard, just installed the drivers and applications on the Asus disk. I wonder if that could be a problem. I will try USB Check but all the USB ports on the I/O backplate are USB 3.0 on this board. Thx for the input. I'll let you know what I find as soon as I get back to my cockpit this afternoon.

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    Re: SIOC not seeing devices

    Here is the list of USB Devices Detected by USBCheck ver 2.0

    Device VID=FEEB PID=DEEF
    USB Receiver . . Device=4
    USB Receiver . . Device=3
    USB Receiver . . Device=44
    USB Receiver . . Device=40
    USB Receiver . . Device=41
    USB Receiver . . Device=45
    CH Products AuxDev 1 . . Device=6
    CH Products AuxDev 2 . . Device=5
    Control Manager ID #00 . . Device=68
    Control Manager ID #00 . . Device=65
    Control Manager ID #00 . . Device=58

    No mention of IOCARDS.

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    Re: SIOC not seeing devices

    Did you try plugging the expansion cards into different usb ports?

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    Re: SIOC not seeing devices

    Jerry,

    Are you sure you're at the latest and greatest from ASUS driver page
    Seems some of the updates are quite new.
    Regards,
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    Re: SIOC not seeing devices

    I tried all 4 of the USB USB 2.0/1.1 ports but not the 3.0. I thought it automatically checked for Asus driver updates but I will make sure. I'll call Asus tech support and see if I can get help from them. Otherwise I may have to take this board back.

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