I'm running Windows 7 Beta 64-bit.
I've downloaded AVR Studio 4.16 and installed it. I have no luck getting my AVR Dragon to work though. At first it says "An service installation section in this INF is invalid".
I then forced the device manager to use the windrvr6.sys file located in the usb64 folder of AVR Studio. The device is then installed properly and both the green and red LEDs on the Dragon are lit.
Unfortunately, AVR studio simply says "Connection Failed" whenever I try to use the Dragon. Do you need to have a target connected before you can get a connection to the Dragon? I also tried doing a firmware upgrade from the Tools menu, but it also fails to communicate with the programer.
Is there something I can do? Will I have better luck with a AVRISP mkII?
When installing the windrvr6.sys driver, the name of the device changed to "Windriver". AVR Studio still could not connect to the programmer.
I then uninstalled the Windriver device and driver, and it was re-detected as an "AVR Dragon" and the driver installed fine. I read that someone had luck after copying the windrvr6.sys file to System32\Drivers, which appears to fix the INF error above.
Still no luck in getting AVR Studio to work with the programmer though. See the attached screenshot of the device manager.