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Serial IO GPIO Host Controller - INT34BB

YHers
Beginner
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Hello,

I would like to use the Intel GPIO controller in our applications that are written in .net.

I have a motherboard with this controller, I have the pins wired out and I have the driver - but I cannot find any API or any information regarding how I can access this controller (or the pins) programmatically. Does anyone know where I can find a .net API, or any api or documentation for this?

 

Thanks,

Yanky

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Hairul_Intel
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Hi Yanky,

From my findings, according to the Intel® Serial IO Driver for Windows® 10, this topic should be more related to Intel® NUC Kit.

 

Customer Support Services for Intel® NUC Products Has Transitioned to ASUS as of January 16, 2024, you may contact ASUS Customer Support for further assistance.


For more information on transitioning, you can refer the link below:

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000097279/intel-nuc.html#:~:text=Technical%20and%20Warranty%20Support%20for,the%20Intel%20Newsroom%20for%20details.

 

 

Regards,

Hairul


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YHers
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Hello Hairul,

 

This controller is not just found on the Intel NUC. It is found on many Intel boards. The board that I am using is not an Intel NUC.

I do not have an issue with the Driver, the driver is installed and working properly.

The issue that I have is that I cannot find any APIs or any documentation on how to access this controller (memory locations etc.) so I wouldn’t even have a way to make an API without this knowledge.

Ultimately, this controller is an Intel controller and documentation and support should be provided by Intel.

 

Thanks,

Yanky

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Hairul_Intel
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Hi Yanky,

For clarification purposes, this is the community forum for Intel® Developer Cloud related topics.

 

Please provide more info regarding the details of your Intel board so that we can direct the issue to the proper channels.

 

 

Regards,

Hairul


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YHers
Beginner
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Hello Hairul,

 

The model number of the board we are using in this instance is WK-WHLUB0-6C2L. I have attached the manual for the board.

Ultimately there is no question that it is an Intel GPIO chipset being used in this mainboard, and this is what I need assistance with.

I apologize if I posted it to the wrong channel - I just could not find any better option where to post me request.
If someone here can assist - great, if not, please point me to the correct place where this should be posted, and I'll be happy to post it on that channel.

 

Thanks,

Yanky

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Leonardo99
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Hi,

did you manage the use the GPIO Controller from a .NET app?

 

I'm currently facing the same issue, let me know if you have any SDK / API.

 

Thanks in advance.

Leonardo

 

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YHers
Beginner
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Hello,

 

Unfortunately I hit a brick wall with Intel and could not find anyone to talk to or any information about this controller. I would think that a company like intel would at least have some documentation that I could find - and if not, at least they should be helpful and point me in the right direction - but that is not the case.

 

For now, I had no choice but to use an external controller. I still have hopes that someone will be successful in finding this info and sharing it here so that I will be able to use the onboard controller.

 

Please keep me updated and share it here if you manage to make any progress.

 

Thanks,

Yanky

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JayB_Intel
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Hi YHers,

 

We greatly appreciate your posts in our Intel communities.


We have a forum category for specific issues related to your product. This category is monitored by our experts, who can provide you with the best solution. To help you get your answer more quickly, we will now move your post to that category.


Thank you, and have a great day ahead!

 

Best regards,
Jay B.

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