What exactly do you think is wrong with my Arduino? Did the software get corrupted?
If you are using FLIP, you do not want to upload the COMBINED version of the hex file.This version has the DFU bootloader and the USBserial firmware in one hex file.Using FLIP you only want to upload the USBSerial version of the hex file.This is why you are getting the address out of range error.
I got the reflash to work, but unfortunately it didn't fix the problem. It still fails the loopback test, and uploading a sketch won't work either, do you have some more things I could try or should I write this one off?
Driver Provider: http://www.arduino.ccDriver Date: 15/11/2007Driver Version: 5.1.2600.0Digital Signer: Not digitally signed
Bits per second: 115200Data bits: 8Parity: NoneStop bits: 1Flow control: None
I'm running Win7 in 64 bits, does this could be the reason? (i.e. no atmel dfu driver for win7 64bits?)