Atmel ICE USB Sudio 6.2 Tool not showing up.

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Hi, I have not been programming for a while and I bought a new Atmel-ICE and installed Studio 6.2 on Windows 7

My older USB AVR  JTAG ICE shows up and works. When I plug the USB in it shows up under Jungo

The New ICE shows up under the USB EJECT and makes the Device Manager re display when plugged in and out but only WinDriver and JTAGICE mkII

will show up.

 

What should I do to get the new ICE working using studio 6.2

 

I downloaded Studio 7 but tried to install and it says it needs a newer version of windows

I'm using windows 7 Professional. I don't want to change that as I have other software that may stop working....

 

 

 

 

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metron9 wrote:
What should I do to get the new ICE working using studio 6.2
Possibly

http://atmel.force.com/support/articles/en_US/FAQ/Atmel-studio-6-2-does-not-display-Atmel-ICE-in-Available-Atmel-tools-dialog-box

via

http://atmel.force.com/support/pkb_Home?q=%22Studio%206.2%22

metron9 wrote:
I downloaded Studio 7 but tried to install and it says it needs a newer version of windows

I'm using windows 7 Professional. I don't want to change that as I have other software that may stop working....

Atmel Studio 7 is on Windows 7 Service Pack 1 and subsequent.

The other software may still be functional on Windows 7 SP1 ... or not.

If not, might try a virtual machine of Windows 7 on Windows 7 SP1.

 

"Dare to be naïve." - Buckminster Fuller

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Thanks, I tried the path variable but still not working.

It's not showing up in the Jungo driver when I plug it in like the jtagice mkii is.

So i will just use the old one and keep the new ICE programmer on a shelf for now.

 

I do have CodeVisionAvr compiler Ver 2.6 Standard,  the Jtagice mkii does not work with it so i use Studio to program the chips.

It also has no selection for the new ICE programmer

 

 

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metron9 wrote:
I do have CodeVisionAvr compiler Ver 2.6 Standard,  the Jtagice mkii does not work with it so i use Studio to program the chips.

It also has no selection for the new ICE programmer

CodeVisonAVR version 2 goes up to JTAGICE 3; Atmel-ICE was added to CodeVisonAVR version 3.

Appears that CodeVisionAVR is dependent on Jungo and maybe also on the Atmel Studio backend (for CodeVisionAVR extension to Atmel Studio 6 or 7 indecision

There's a FAQ on switching between versions of Jungo dependent on which debugger or programmer is being operated along with the IDE (or such).


http://hpinfotech.ro/cvavr_revision2.html (JTAGICE 3 in V2.05.7)

http://hpinfotech.ro/cvavr_revision3.html (Atmel-ICE in V3.18)

http://hpinfotech.ro/cvavr_download.html

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Setup Instructions

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For the Extension to be installed correctly, Atmel Studio 6.2.1563 or 7 must be already present on the computer, before the CodeVisionAVR installer is launched.

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https://gallery.atmel.com/?q=CodeVisionAVR (link through to see some very positive reviews)

https://www.avrfreaks.net/forum/downgrading-tools-use-older-jungo-driver by js

leads to

http://atmel.force.com/support/articles/en_US/FAQ/Downgrading-tools-to-use-older-Jungo-driver 

via

http://atmel.force.com/support?q=Jungo

 

"Dare to be naïve." - Buckminster Fuller

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I did try code vision again.

i had Atmel studio 4 still installed so I removed it.

I then changed the debugger path in codevision to point to studio 6.0+

It opens for debugging fine.

The programmer now has an error message trying to find an EXE in the studio 7 directory but the path to that EXE should now be atbackend not /avrdbg where it is looking.

 

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