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[SOLVED] Cyclone III project on Windows 10 with Quartus V13

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Frank:
Hi all!

I have to update some vhdl code for an old Altera Cyclone III project. I found that version 13 is the last version of Quartus supporting this family of FPGAs.
Now comes the problem: there's no way to run Quartus 13 on Windows 10, not even with the compatibility modes.

So, does anyone know a way to open and modify a Cyclone III project on Windows 10? Is there any way to run Quartus 13 in it?

I'll try to find a computer with windows 7 or even XP to install Quartus, but I would rather use Windows 10.


EDIT

The solution for my problem was to install Quartus version 13.0.1.232.

oPossum:
Quartus 13 does run on Win 10. What problems are you having getting it running?

BrianHG:
If you are having trouble with the USB JTAG drivers, you may install newer Quartus drivers.  Q13 can still use those.  Do not try running earlier versions of Quartus's programmer with a 64bit OS as they don't seem to get along.

Frank:

--- Quote from: oPossum on July 15, 2021, 11:54:51 am ---Quartus 13 does run on Win 10. What problems are you having getting it running?


--- End quote ---

Wait... What? That's interesting!
Here it never runs, already tried the 32 and 64 bits versions. But if it works on Windows 10 I'll try to reinstall it.


--- Quote from: BrianHG on July 15, 2021, 11:57:21 am ---If you are having trouble with the USB JTAG drivers, you may install newer Quartus drivers.  Q13 can still use those.  Do not try running earlier versions of Quartus's programmer with a 64bit OS as they don't seem to get along.

--- End quote ---

That's the next thing I'll work on, the USB drivers.

BrianHG:

--- Quote from: Frank on July 15, 2021, 12:13:10 pm ---
--- Quote from: oPossum on July 15, 2021, 11:54:51 am ---Quartus 13 does run on Win 10. What problems are you having getting it running?


--- End quote ---

Wait... What? That's interesting!
Here it never runs, already tried the 32 and 64 bits versions. But if it works on Windows 10 I'll try to reinstall it.


--- Quote from: BrianHG on July 15, 2021, 11:57:21 am ---If you are having trouble with the USB JTAG drivers, you may install newer Quartus drivers.  Q13 can still use those.  Do not try running earlier versions of Quartus's programmer with a 64bit OS as they don't seem to get along.

--- End quote ---

That's the next thing I'll work on, the USB drivers.

--- End quote ---
The latest Quartus Prime USB drivers will also work on QII, V13.

When running the QII V13 installer, try running the installer with Administrative privileges.
It needs to generate a directory on your root C drive which Win10 may not like.

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