and are not recognized as a COM to be programmed anymore.
What is the power led doing?
I am sure that it must be something like an error code but I couldn't find what this means. Do you have an idea?
Quote from: RogersR on Feb 25, 2013, 03:56 amI am sure that it must be something like an error code but I couldn't find what this means. Do you have an idea?Well since the bootloader flashes the LED at start, I'm not sure I would call that an error.
Well the bootloader doesn't flash to indicate any kind of error. So either something is causing the bootloader to reset constantly or you wrote your code in a way to cause it flash.What was the last code you loaded and what hardware is/was connected?
Searching around I found that I would need to burn the bootloader again.
Quote from: RogersR on Feb 25, 2013, 12:04 amSearching around I found that I would need to burn the bootloader again. Where did you read that?What is connected to the problem board, when it refuses to be programmed?What did you have connected before (when it worked)? Motors? LEDs?
While you do not have hardware connected now, it sounds like something you had connected before might have damaged the board.
... I need my controller working ...
Quote... I need my controller working ...What controller was this? What did you have hooked up, while it was still working?
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