Microchip studio crashes and restarts when I try to re-configure atmel start project within Microchip studio

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I downloaded Microchip studio from microchip and installed it over atmel studio v7.

Now I can not configure my project from atmel start. 

Anyone having same problem?

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Last Edited: Thu. Nov 12, 2020 - 07:28 PM
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I have done a clean reinstall it did not solve the problem.

I have atmel ICE connected to my costum pcb, so far yes.

Also I created a new example atmel start project it did not crash, then I changed some configurations within microchip studio via re-configuring atmel start it did not crash.

I think it has something to do with projects which were created by atmel studio. 
 

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I recreated atmel start file from microchip studio and imported my header and source files to this new project folder.

For now everything seems to be ok I can program with atmel ice and reconfigure using atmel start withing microchip studio.

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I had the same issue and that was my only solution, to rebuild a new and drop in the code I wrote.

I am also having trouble enabling the 32kHz oscillators

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Max_TMP: If you are using one of the newer Tiny/Mega chips, starting or stopping 32KHz oscillator requires dealing with change protection. Check out something like:

 

_PROTECTED_WRITE(CLKCTRL.XOSC32KCTRLA,CLKCTRL_RUNSTDBY_bm | CLKCTRL_ENABLE_bm);

Jim

 

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Same problem here. 7.0.2542 kills atmel START for pre-existing projects.

Sehnsucht

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