For the rest of it I’ve tried every single port I have on two completely different machines. Make sure that the jumper on the BOOT at90us is in place. It suddenly happened for 2 of my 3 cores! The LCD on the board turns green, I’m assuming that it’s up and running at this point. Not sure what the root cause was, perhaps it was just never loaded? Thanks peetersm for testing and proving this at90usb dfu works.
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For normal operation there should be a jumper connecting these: Mentions Tags More Cancel.
Make sure that the jumper on the BOOT pins is in place. Verify that is there.
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I would uninstall the USB device and try installing again using the downloaded driver. Thanks peetersm for testing and proving this at90usb dfu works. Windows states that it might be incompatible with my hardware but I give it a shot anyways.
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Thanks again for the help! TI is a global semiconductor design and manufacturing company. I’ll post my findings later tonight. This is what I see under System Information: I open up Pronterface just to double check and no COM6 shows in the list, nor does typing it in seem to help any.
Here’s what I’ve done so far. At9u0sb128 newly created question will be automatically linked to this question.
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Use of the information on this site may require a license at90isb128 a third party, or a at90usb dfu from TI. It is setting up GCC I think to compile code locally. If you need, I can guide you offline. Select Communication medium as USB. You May Also Read: At90usb dfu it just be better to get a new board?
There is a small chance you have bad firmware but more like it is a windows issue. I then go into Device Manager, find the device in Other Devices and when I view the properties Windows says no Driver is loaded for this device. I would uninstall the USB device and try installing again using the downloaded driver.
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I could see it being a driver issue, but I did try this on 3 different machines with two different OS versions following the exact steps listed in the dfj started section. Also my dfu-util -l did not print exactly the same print as yours which scared me a bit. Ask a new question Ask a new question Cancel.
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Make sure that the jumper on the BOOT pins is in place. I downloaded all the software driver, pronterface, slic3r from the links provided in the Getting Started PDF. Is it possible that the board itself is faulty?
This seems simple enough at90usb218 I’ll probably give it a try. For normal operation there should be a jumper connecting these: I have got all the way to using DFU-util.
Brook just gave me permission to post the firmware links.