Updating the flip usb driver avr

06-Mar-2015 12:15

But then I bought a new machine especially for it from Dell and so didn’t have any driver issues.Len, Thanks — actually, Virtual PC is now free for everyone, it’s only the XP license that you’d need to purchase/beg/borrow/steal.

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module=Freaks Files&func=view File&id=3842&showinfo=1 On a LUFA related note, due to exams I’m not working on it too hard, so I’ve been focusing on making new combined demos (since that’s fairly straightforward).That’s what I use for my AVR development (well, I use VMWare…), it also has the advantage that I can simply pause the VM and leave it exactly as I had it and then come back to it days later…In general I’ve had no problems with the x64 builds of Vista or Windows 7.After a few days of web searching and scraping together a windows machine to do the job, he found that Atmel provided a document describing the communications protocol used, and happily spent the next week hacking together the start of dfu-programmer.top The mailing list is the preferred communication method.

module=Freaks Files&func=view File&id=3842&showinfo=1 On a LUFA related note, due to exams I’m not working on it too hard, so I’ve been focusing on making new combined demos (since that’s fairly straightforward).

That’s what I use for my AVR development (well, I use VMWare…), it also has the advantage that I can simply pause the VM and leave it exactly as I had it and then come back to it days later…

In general I’ve had no problems with the x64 builds of Vista or Windows 7.

After a few days of web searching and scraping together a windows machine to do the job, he found that Atmel provided a document describing the communications protocol used, and happily spent the next week hacking together the start of dfu-programmer.

top The mailing list is the preferred communication method.

Subsequent attempts either resulted in AVRStudio not detecting it, or more bluescreens. As a backup, I thought I’d use FLIP and test out some problematic code on one of Matt’s great Micropendous boards. Nevertheless, I persevere and point it manually to the correct location – only to have Windows barf on it because it’s not signed.