Then I tried to install it on a Windows 8. Open up the programmers. Virusscanner is Microsoft Security Essentials. Driver installed correctly, but again Atmel Studio doesn’t communicate with the board. I found many threads with tips on doing this and that, but none had all the missing pieces nor helped walk a newcomer through all the little adjustments that had to be made in order to make this happen at least for a newbie like myself.
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Syudio really really hate to grave dig, but none of this worked for me I think Atmel has some debugging to do. The triangle will point you to PIN 1, and thereafter you can make out the orientation of all the other pins.
It doesn’t matter if you run Atmel Studio first, or plug in the board first. I found many threads with tips on doing this and that, but none had all the missing pieces nor helped walk a newcomer through all the little adjustments that had to be made in order to make this happen at least for a newbie like myself. Virusscanner is Microsoft Stduio Essentials.
Atmel Studio 6 : Manually installing Atmel USB driver from the installer executable
Windows reports about all these mentioned devices they are “working properly”. Users browsing this forum: Is there anything I could type into Tera Term to get a response from the board? I borowed avr isp mk2, followed your instructions, burned new bootloader and now it works.
I see I may have to disable the real-time protection in that, I have not tried that yet. Although I’m not mungo Windows specialist, I didn’t find any alarming messages. Please provide more instruction on how to get over this fuse bit hurdle. It all comes down to locating PIN 1 — which is always located on the side of the ribbon with the stripe. Have you activated the DTR-signal in your terminal programm?
And another WIndows 7 32 bits can’t.
This helped me to recover my arduino mega from forever upload loop that many people experience. Velocity’s post is the closest on the web to do this, but I need more instruction particularly in step 5.
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After that, I’d suggest you try out a simple sketch like the Blink LED in atmell examples folder studlo make sure it all works. For the arduino the following changes are needed: If your did like mine and went ahead automatically and installed the stinkin Jungo USB drivers anyway, then you’ll need to do the follow: I tried the AVR fuse bit calculator http: It is a known issue, and requires one to manually add the driver because of ‘Legacy Hardware’.
I really hope this helps out other people and saves you all the headaches I had to go through to get this thing working. Drivers are installed correctly, but Atmel Sudio doesn’t recognize the board. Note this microprocessor jingo at 10MHz not 8MHz as listed in the above fuse bit calculator.
You’ll need to make some minor adjustments for the non-pico version. It only wants to update the firmware of the EDBG of the board; let it do it. I did not see that in your list of “all thinkable combinations”. Today I have tried to atmmel de Atmel Studio installer in Admin-mode, but that has not helped me yet. Today I also tried to install the Atmel software on a WIndows 7 32 bits machine. I noticed that it didn’t install the Jungo WinDriver automatically, so the manual procedure was necessary.
So I decided to install it on another computer, same system Windows 7 64 bits.
Hello all, since I’ve been helped by so many knowledgeable and generous people here, I wanted to give back a little on what I’ve learned. The one that is working runs on Windows 7 64 bits. If you’re hooking up the MKii to jingo breadboard, be sure you have the cable’s pinouts correctly. Board index All times are UTC.