Has anyone got avrdude to work on Windows 10?

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I'm having trouble getting avrdude to work properly with a Butterfly on Windows 10.

 

Has anyone else had similar problems with avrdude on Windows 10?

 

If so, did you find a solutions?

Last Edited: Thu. Apr 7, 2016 - 12:58 PM
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I think best thing to do is continue the discussion here:

 

https://www.avrfreaks.net/forum/b...

 

 

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Actually this is a higher level question, not so much related to using avrdude with the Butterfly, but with anything on Windows 10. The other discussion will not be looked at by anyone not having experience with the Butterfly. This query might at least tell me if anyone has actually used avrdude on Win10 on any device successfully and help me to eliminate Win10 as the culprit, or more likely IMHO indict it as the problem.

 

Probably the alternate question is: has anyone tried to use avrdude on Win10 and failed to get it working. 

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I have used it on win10 when i only had arduino as isp and it did work.

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Is the win10 32 bit or 64 bit? (I'm collecting data on this...). I cant get any atmel programmers to work on win7 32bit.

 

Imagecraft compiler user

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I installed the Arduino IDE and used the containing avrdude.exe to upload my atmel-studio programs (Windows 10 64-Bit).

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I'm using the 32-bit version.

 

Ah, didn't even think about the Arduino using avrdude. That does work on my setup of Win10. I wonder if they are using bog standard avrdude or a special edition? That I can Google stalk for myself. 

 

Thanks for all the replies.