AVRISP mkII and AVRStudio6.1

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I have AVRStudio 6.1 installed on two machines (32Bit OS).

On my laptop it is not possible to connect to the AVRISP unit. On the stationary it works fine.
See attachment for error message.
My AVRONE is working on both machines.

Which driver / update are I missing?

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Which driver / update are I missing?

"Jungo/WinDriver". Do you see anything listed for those in Device Manager?

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Thanks.
It was installed and it is up to data.
Version 11.0.0.0 Date: 27.02.2012.

Any other ideas?

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Do you connect to the isp through a USB hub chain? Can you try another USB port if your laptop has one? Does your laptop have aggressive power saving modes on the usb bus? Is the USB chipset driver up to date(usually the motheboard driver on laptops)?

:: Morten

 

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Tusen takk Morten.

Starting looking into the power saving issue, I saw that the AVRISP mkII was showing warning. Updating the driver for it, it jump under the Jungo driver tree and is OK.
Thanks again!

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Ingen årsak :P

Jungo er alltid første ting å tenke på om noe skjærer seg mellom studio og noe av debuggerene våre, den driveren er dessverre ikke så stabil som den burde...

Jeg har skrevet litt om en del kjente feil med jungo om du støter på noe slikt igjen :P

:: Morten

 

(yes, I work for Atmel, yes, I do this in my spare time, now stop sending PMs)

 

The postings on this site are my own and do not represent Microchip’s positions, strategies, or opinions.