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Loaded partfile: C:\Program Files\Atmel\AVR Tools\PartDescriptionFiles\

Error Code: -2147467259

I am using WinXP SP2. WinAVR-20080610. ATmega8.

The IDE doesn's seem to be recalling what chip & clock I am using in my project, even when saved.

Signature: We need more peripherals in DIP packages. Namely, USB, 12-bit ADC, 16-bit timer, cheaper tool as a programmer/debugger coz STK600 is expensive! Atmel Studio 5/6 sucks! coz it brings MS visual studio crap to AVR world..

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metal wrote:

Loaded partfile: C:\Program Files\Atmel\AVR Tools\PartDescriptionFiles\

Error Code: -2147467259

I am using WinXP SP2. WinAVR-20080610. ATmega8.

And which version of AVR Studio? The latest is 4.15.

Try uninstalling and reinstalling AVR Studio. My guess is that your latest install did not work properly.

Stu

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4.15 build 623

I did that 2 times

I will erase all registry enties related to atmel studio, and see what happens.

Thanks any wya

Signature: We need more peripherals in DIP packages. Namely, USB, 12-bit ADC, 16-bit timer, cheaper tool as a programmer/debugger coz STK600 is expensive! Atmel Studio 5/6 sucks! coz it brings MS visual studio crap to AVR world..

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Frustratingly enough, after 2 years of solid use I'm now getting this error as well. A side effect is that the simulator does not work - both V1 and V2. I'm trying to debug an issue on a board, so I can't say for sure that programming works properly.

Chip and clock changes won't change.

I've uninstalled and reinstalled AVR Studio 4.15 RC build 623 4 times. I switched from WinAVR 20080512 to 20080610 to 20081205 and i'm back at 20080610 at this point. I've cleaned out registry entries between sweeps.

No clue what caused it. I was programming a chip, checking behavior, came back to studio, ran it in the simulator - which worked. Recompiled, ran again and simulator flat out stopped working - which lead into this entire problem.

I'm going to downgrade to 4.14 and see if that helps.

Seriously frustrated here!

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I was having a similar issue as well with the simulator in 4.15. I ended up installing the 4.13 build 528 and the issue went away. I didn't try 4.14, but probably will tomorrow. However, this did at least call out the error as being with AVR Studio instead of WinAVR (at least in my case).

Hope that helps.

UPDATE: Tried 4.14 and all is well. I guess 4.15 has some issues.

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I had the same problem with vista 64 bit.
Downgrading to 4.14 has solved it, thanks.

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I had that error too. Is there any solution other than downgrading my installed AVR Studio 4.15 623?

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Hello,

I've got many problems with AVR Studio 4.15...
Sometimes I've got the same error, sometimes AVR Studio frezzes when I try to set a breakpoint, and now it freezes (with all breakpoints removed) when I click "Build and Run".

I'm using WinXP SP3, AVR Studio 4.15 build 623, and WinAVR 20081205. My project uses a AT90PWM2B.

Like others, I'm going to downgrade to 4.14

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The same things constantly keep happening to me, any updates yet by chance? (other than downgrading)

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I'm downgrading now, thanks for the posts!