What I have done before to test it is open the Arduino software without the board connected, go to Tools/Serial port and make a note of what ports are there. Then when connect the board I get a new port appear and that is the one I select. Unfortunately I believe that this process doesn't always work, depending on the operating system, etc! But it does for me.Com1 doesn't sound right, but there again it could be.
... broad is set to Arduino UNO and Serial Port to COM1 (the one option I have) ...
Quote from: ger_94 on Dec 05, 2012, 07:03 am... broad is set to Arduino UNO and Serial Port to COM1 (the one option I have) ...That suggests to me that the USB driver is not installed. There are some threads around about doing that. Have you read the troubleshooting guide?http://www.arduino.cc/en/Guide/Troubleshooting#upload
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