[TUT] [SOFT] How to install JTAGICE mkII on Windows 7 x64

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You don't need this tutorial with the current software from Atmel, they fixed this long ago.
I have no problems using JTAGCIEmk2, JTAGICEmk3 and AVRISPmk2 under Win7x64 without using my tutorial.
And I think they didn't change the driver model on Win8 (except printers or so), so I don't know whats wrong on your system.

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Jungo
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Thanls a lot! Works great with JTAGICE mkII on my Win7 64bit

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Hi,

 

 

It is bit strange but making me crazy. Can you tell me what I have to to so install the JTAGICE MKII. I have followed the above process and got the success on one PC but it is not working on other PC; all things are same SW/HW. Can you tell me the way out to it?

 

Thanks in advance

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in windows 8  you're not supposed to have problems for drivers signature,  in win 8.1  you will have to bypass the signature drivers ...  i use the latest atmel drivers v7 xxx on their web site.

 

The mkII needs to be listed under Jungo driver in devices ... no exclamation marks.

Last Edited: Sun. Apr 26, 2015 - 01:02 PM
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I am out in the field today attempting to install studio4.18 onto the junk windows 8 laptop.  Studio 4 ran but will not connect to the JTAGICE MKII.  Followed the instructions in this thread and I see the Jungo drivers with !  when I click on the update software it says "The hash file is not present in the specific catalog file. The file is likely corrupt or the victim of tampering"  "If you know the manufacture of your device you can visit the website and check the selection for driver software"

 

 

This was a fresh download of the 4.18 installer and the SP3 installer direct from Atmels website (I did not download and install SP1 and SP2)

 

any ideas?  It would be really nice if this computer could run studio 4.18  it sits in a drawer collecting dust.   I may update it to WIN 10, but would need to take it to a faster network.  It  really needs to run off the grid though.

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Maybe the Jungo version; here's AVR Studio 4.19 on Windows 10 :

Where to download Jungo driver 11.5?

http://www.avrfreaks.net/forum/where-download-jungo-driver-115

jporter wrote:
I may update it to WIN 10, but would need to take it to a faster network.  It  really needs to run off the grid though.
Consider 8.1 as an interim.

Can take Windows 10 "off grid" though will need some thought (multiple ways).


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gchapman wrote:

Can take Windows 10 "off grid" though will need some thought (multiple ways).

 

Thanks for the pointers to the other threads.  I uninstalled everything including studio6.2, and the broken Jungo drivers, then reinstalled Studio4.18 and all 3 service packs.  For good measure I also installed the USB drivers from your link above.  I rebooted after the uninstall and after the re installs before connecting the JTAGICE MKII.  This time the JTAGICE MKII shows correctly in the device profile, and I was able to connect to it through the tools menu.

 

If I do upgrade the machine, it will be to windows 10.  There was a link here in one of the other threads to a standalone ISO installer.  Question is how unhappy is 10, when it is out of range of the network?

 

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jporter wrote:
Question is how unhappy is 10, when it is out of range of the network?
Windows Update would still be functional but via a Windows update server, supplied updates via mass storage, or peer-to-peer (an updated Windows 10 machine re-enters the group).

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I have to run the IAR IDE (6.7) for company standards. The computer is running Win7x64 for the same reason. I installed Atmel Studio 7, and it works fine with the Atmel ICE MKII debugger. However, with the IAR IDE, it says it cannot find the device or it's already in use, even though I just rebooted and nothing else is running.

 

Suggestions?

Bruce

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casner wrote:
Suggestions?

AS7 also installs new USB drivers which are no longer compatible with "old tools" and it looks like that means IAR too. So suggest you try to get the installation pack for the USB drivers in Studio 6.2 or below.

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Hi,

I have problem in installing JTAG ICE. At first the system had digital signature problem, so I disabled it then I try again, but I received error code (31) and it could not install.

could you please help me?

 

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