BSODs when running AVRStudio's programmer on 2nd monitor

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I have a couple of isses with using AVRStudio's programmer (both V6.2 SP2 and V7) in a second extended desktop monitor.

 

The first is the AVRISP mkII I'm using disconnects at the end of programming and is a pain to reconnect, it sometimes takes many

connect attempts before I can program again.

 

The second is that I get BSODs when running the programmer (and AVR Studio, again both versions) in a second extended desktop monitor.

This is a very regular occurance, but I've not seen it happen if I use the primary monitor. It appears to be USB driver (Jungo?) related.
 

I don't know whether the dual monitor setup is a factor, only that I haven't seen BSODs when using the primary monitor.

 

Anyone else having issues like these?

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Which OS?

 

David

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Sorry for not getting back sooner, notifications aren't working properly for me at the moment.

 

Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1. I had upgraded the AVRISP firmware to V1.18 and found BSODs on the extended desktop monitor (but not on the primary monitor) with AVRStudio V7 and also with V6.2 and V5.1. I've just downgraded to AVRISP V1.17 and (so far) no BSODs yet, I don't yet know if this is significant. These BSODs were happening about 50% of the time, and only when there is a timeout due to the AVRISP disconnecting - that is still happening BTW, I get timeouts connecting all over the place with the AVRISP which is a serious time waster.

 

I've re-installed AVRStudio (multiple times for multiple versions), tried older Jungo drivers and just about everything else including moving USB ports as I'm sure this disconnect thing shouldn't be happening and might be related to the BSODs. The fact they only happen on the extended monitor makes me think this is a driver clash problem or an interrupt issue.