Solved: Split from: ATTINY104-XNANO

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I'm a newbie trying to get running my ATtiny104 Xnano. Win10 Device Manager does not detect it, so neither does Studio 7. The Studio 7 Release Notes deal with Driver and USB issues but assume that Win10 detects the tool.

The only available tools for ATtiny104 listed in Studio 7 are Simulator, no mEDBG.

I code in Assembly but did copy & Paste the C code snippet in App Note AT112489   for a C project. Build results in 3 errors on three line numbers but the code shows no line numbers.

I cannot find how to turn on line numbering which would be very useful.

Hope someone can help.

Skier

Last Edited: Mon. Oct 14, 2019 - 05:15 AM
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Skier wrote:
The Studio 7 Release Notes deal with Driver and USB issues but assume that Win10 detects the tool.
tiny104 Xplained Nano doesn't come with a USB cable; try a known functional USB cable and a known functional USB host port.

 

 

ATtiny104 Xplained Nano Evaluation Kit

https://www.microchipdirect.com/product/Other?keywords=ATUSBMICROCABLE-XPRO

 

"Dare to be naïve." - Buckminster Fuller

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A new USB cable did the trick. I then downloaded a program to the ATtiny104 XNANO. Still would like to turn on line numbering. Anyone?

Skier

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Open the options and search for line numbers... Should take you to somewhere close...

:: Morten

 

(yes, I work for Atmel, yes, I do this in my spare time, now stop sending PMs)

 

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Here probably...

 

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Many Thank Yous. Now debugging is much easier.

Skier