I am trying to use ChipScope under ISE 14.7 (Windows 10 VM version) on an XMC-SLX150 card. When I try to load the file, I get 'No cores found'. I found XIlinx AR#19578 which says:
If a XCF08/16/32P is in a JTAG chain, ChipScope cannot initialize the chain as it has no idea of what the instruction
register length is. It will try to recognize the device as a XC18V00, but the instruction register is too small (8 bits).
The parallel Platform Flash devices are 16 bits.
To work around this issue, edit the "%XILINX%\ChipScope_Pro_6_2i\data\deviceid.lst" and add the following 2 lines:
This applies to ChipScope 6.2i. Is there a similar workaround for ISE14.7? deviceid.lst doesn't seem to exist.
Is there a way to get ChipScope Pro to work on the XMC-SLX150 card?