Remove the jumper on the board to change EEPROM address to A0 (because default is A1 and Cypress MCU will try to read from it and load his content to RAM. With A0 MCU cant load any program in EEPROM).
Plug USB cable and check that windows recognize it as "Cypress USB Generic Driver", "Cypress FX2LP No EEPROM Device" or similar. If windows does not auto recognize it look for unknown device and check "update driver", "Search in PC", "select from list", "use disk" and look for "cyusb3.inf" on "C:\Cypress\EZ-USB FX3 SDK\1.3\driver\bin\win81\x64" or "C:\Cypress\Cypress Suite USB 3.4.7\Driver\bin".
Now windows and "Cypress USB Console" recognices it successfully and we can select "Load Script", search for "ADI_USBi.spt" on "C:\Program Files\Analog Devices\SigmaStudio 3.11.1\USB drivers\x64" and "Play Script". Now driver is recognized as "Analog Devices USBi (programmed)" and is ready to use with SigmaStudio. Because EEPROM in ADAU1701 eval board have EEPROM in A1 address there will be a conflict, so you need yo change jumper again before use "Cypress USB Console" to make it "Analog Devices USBi (programmed)". Also, you can remove EEPROM from board without any problem.
http://www.cypress.com/?docID=49500 http://wiki.openpicus.com/index.php/Read_and_write_an_I2C_EEPROM http://www.jwandrews.co.uk/2011/12/saleae-logic-analyser-clone-teardown-and-reprogramming/