Studio 6 support for Xmega 32d3

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I've been coding and programming an Xmega 64D4 and Xmega 128A1 using Studio 6 and an AVRISP MKII and had been planning on doing the same for programming an Xmega 32D3. However, I just noticed that that the XMega 32D3 does not appear to be a supported device in Studio 6. Is there a way to make this work using Studio 6?

Eric

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the XMega 32D3 does not appear to be a supported device in Studio 6.

As "Studio6" has been out for some time, I think you need to be more specific about the particular version you are using, and also check whether the latest version has support.

BTW, in what way(s) isn't it "supported"?

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Creating a project with device set to ATXmega32D3 is supported at least in Atmel Studio 6.1 SP1 (6.1.2674). Supported tools are Dragon, ISP mkII, AVR ONE!, JTAGICE3, JTAGICE mkII, Simulator and STK600.

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Thanks, that was my problem, I had an old version of Studio 6.0; updated to the latest available and all is well.