I see I may have to disable the real-time protection in that, I have not tried that yet. So, concluding, I have one old machine running on WIndows 7 64 bits that is able to 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. For the arduino the following changes are needed: It only wants to update the firmware of the EDBG of the board; let it do it. I tried the AVR fuse bit calculator http:
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However, Atmel Studio needs quite some resources, and this computer is a dinosaur. The triangle will point you to PIN 1, and thereafter you can make out the orientation of all the other pins.
How to configure the Atmel AVRISP MKii to work with Arduino IDE
Velocity’s post is the closest on the web to do this, but I need more instruction particularly in step 5. Go to “drivers” 4.
Hello all, since I’ve been helped by so many knowledgeable and generous people here, I wanted to give back a atmmel on what I’ve learned. On my newer machines, this doesn’t automatically happen.
Atmel AVR Studio 6 – Installation – ECE
Then I tried to install it on a Windows 8. I also iungo to add. I did not see that in your list of “all thinkable combinations”. For the arduino stydio following changes are needed: After that, I’d suggest you try out a simple sketch like the Blink LED in the examples folder and make sure it all works.
Windows reports about all these mentioned devices they are “working properly”. Communication baudrate is at Since you have hardware on which the connection works as well as hardware on which the connection does not work, all other things being equal, I would suggest that you try using a USB cable with a length of 15 cm or less on the hardware where the connection is failing.
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: No idea what that really is, but OK. So far I have spent 90 minutes installing the software and four hours debugging the communication If you need to replace the Jungo driver and windows still won’t let you although you’ve uninstalled all of Atmel Studio like me.
Have you activated the DTR-signal in your terminal programm? 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. So, concluding, I have one old machine running on WIndows 7 64 bits that is able to communicate with the board. No special actions taken when installing Atmel Studio. 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. How to replace the Jungo USB drivers: At least you have given me a clue to what else I can try. This helped me to jungp my arduino mega from forever upload loop that many people experience. This computer had no problem installing the Jungo WinDriver automatically. My hair is getting gray.
Atmel Studio 6 : Manually installing Atmel USB driver from the installer executable
juno Go to “System32” 3. I will have another go at this on Friday, for the moment I don’t have time to work on it. If this is the case no driver changes are needed and it works with both AVR studio and Arduino. There is some flashing of the leds, and in Atmel Studio the Xplained board is shown immediately.
Driver installed correctly, but again Atmel Studio doesn’t communicate with the board.