There is a famous software tool set named Intel® System Studio. It provides users with the capability of platform debugging, performance analysis and optimized programming. And the Intel® System Debugger is part of Intel System Studio which helps users to debug their platforms in ME/BIOS/OS kernel levels. The Intel® Silicon View Technology (Intel® SVT) Closed Chassis Adapter (CCA) is a probe for debugging 6th and 7th Generation Intel® Core™ Processor-based platforms with Intel System Debugger. When a user establishes a connection to a target platform, Intel System Debugger checks the firmware version of the CCA and upgrades it. But sometimes the user doesn't notice that the CCA is updating firmware and unplugs the CCA from a host PC, which causes the CCA to be stuck in an abnormal updating state. This article will show you how to fix this problem when your CCA has the firmware LED blinking for more than five minutes.
but the firmware LED keeps blinking no matter you launch Intel System Debugger tools or not, and you cannot use CCA to establish a DCI connection.
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