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I was trying to test a PS/2 mouse sensor, and I think that the way that the PCB was wired up I may have hooked up ground to 5v through only a resistor. Now I cannot get Windows to recognize a Due device, only the programming port. Am I toast? Also all the digital pins are outputing 3.3v...
Edit:(I checked the circuitry and there is a capacitor between ground and 5v which should block all current)

I havent even programmed it yet, and I held down the erase button to make sure that there is no program on it.

Ive gotten the arduino ide to recognize the com port, but when I try to program it says that there is no device on the port, and the ARM chip gets very hot
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Its probably dead, I have no clue what happened. I think something may have shorted or it was defective... Never even programmed it : (

All the pwm pins are .6v lower than pin 13 and the regular digital io pins are 2.0 volts
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Worrying...

Does the ARM chip still get hot when you have just the board connected via USB to a PC (nothing else at all)?

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Not dead, just pining for the fjords.

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Slartibartfast would be proud!
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