AS4 JTAGICEmkII and windows7 x64

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This combination does not seem to work. I can't get contact with the ICE.

This works perfect in XP SP3, Yes, power is on and the LEDs are correct.

Win7 is latest update. HP 250G1 stationary. And the USB cable to the ICE.

Is there anything I overlooked?

The target board has worked well in the P environment. I'm just transferring

to Win7.

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I see what you mean, just tried it out on my setup same as your. I think the driver needs to be re selected to use it if AS7 is installed. I will investigate.

 

EDIT: Works OK with the serial port both JTAG and ISP, the USB driver has changed but can't remember what to do.

 

 

 

John Samperi

Ampertronics Pty. Ltd.

www.ampertronics.com.au

* Electronic Design * Custom Products * Contract Assembly

Last Edited: Sun. Oct 21, 2018 - 10:44 PM
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"Dare to be naïve." - Buckminster Fuller

Last Edited: Mon. Oct 22, 2018 - 01:02 AM
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js wrote:
... the USB driver has changed but can't remember what to do.
from file as-installer-7.0.1931-readme.pdf :

(page 16)

2.4 Driver and USB Issues

2.4.1 How do I get my Tool to be recognized by Atmel Studio?

This should happen automatically, but sometimes the Windows driver does not recognize the tool correctly. To correct this, you have to check that the tool is listed under the Atmel node in the device manager in Windows. If your tool is not listed, try to find it under Unknown devices. If it is located there, try to reinstall the driver by double-clicking the tool, click the Driver tab and choose Update Driver. Let Windows search for the driver. The driver should be reinstalled and the tool should be displayed under Atmel. Now, the tool should be usable from Atmel Studio.

 

"Dare to be naïve." - Buckminster Fuller

Last Edited: Mon. Oct 22, 2018 - 01:07 AM
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Hi gchapman, I'm onto this issue again and still, despite all updates, the JTAGICEmkII is not found by AS4, though AS4

version 18 with Sp3 installs seemingly ok.

I've tried to install the x64 driver from Atmel for the JTAG, but no effect.

Why can't it be recognized though it is visible in the Devices screen?

It goes away when I remove it physically and comes back when inserted

But to AS4 it is not there. AS7 can see it but not use it. I'm stubborn abt AS4

since the AS7 does not accept .cof files from the ICCAVR7 compiler.

Any good idea?

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If you have AS7 and AS4 installed then things get messy because you need to change the driver to the Jungo version, otherwise the system will default to the AS7 driver.

 

Of course if you have updated the JTAGICE mkII  to use it with AS7 then it may even be harder to use with AS4 if not impossible without doing a firmware downgrade.

John Samperi

Ampertronics Pty. Ltd.

www.ampertronics.com.au

* Electronic Design * Custom Products * Contract Assembly

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ciroohn wrote:
Why can't it be recognized though it is visible in the Devices screen?
A guess is Jungo isn't a match to a specific Windows version.

I can see why the ones at Microchip switched Atmel Studio 7 from Jungo for legacy tools to being totally on Microsoft Windows WinUSB.

ciroohn wrote:
Any good idea?
The only information I have is for AVR Studio 4.19 on

Windows 8.1 :

https://www.avrfreaks.net/forum/c-coding-atmega32-using-avr-studio4-windows-81-64-bit#comment-2448006

 

Windows 10 :

https://www.avrfreaks.net/forum/win10-drivers-avrisp-and-avr-studio-419#comment-2401961

 

Maybe the Jungo in 7.0.888 will work.

AVR and SAM Downloads Archive | Microchip Technology

 

"Dare to be naïve." - Buckminster Fuller

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Hi, sorry but nothing works when it comes to AS4 and Win7.

It works on XP though..... Jugo (Windrv) did not make any diff.

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I'm using WIn7 and everything works fine. But you are NOT answering some basic questions!

 

Did you "upgrade" the JTAGICE mkII  to use it with AS7? If so if will NEVER work with AS4 unless it gets downgraded to the older version of the firmware.

 

Just having the Jungo driver installed does NOTHING. You MUST change the driver manually to use it.

 

But we need to know the reply to the question above if you want further help.

John Samperi

Ampertronics Pty. Ltd.

www.ampertronics.com.au

* Electronic Design * Custom Products * Contract Assembly

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oh yes, I'vd tried JTAGICEmkII on AS7 / Win7 and then downgraded it when I took it  back to XP where it still works fine.

But when installing AS4 on Win7, in itself AS4 runs but it can't find the debugger. AS7 on the other hand can find the

AtmelICE, which I also have.

But, I still like AS4 better and would thus like to know what it takes to make it see the debugger!

Thanks!

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Ok let's see if we can get things working.

 

Open Device manager and open the Jungo tab

 

 

Right click on the JTAG MKII and Properties

 

 

It should show the Jungo driver version 10 (later versions don't work)