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retrolefty


We definitely need yet another clone, little different from most.

Here's my own idea of no-quite-another-clone board, that I've been using on
my ServoTank for the past year,


Well in my mind there is a different between a ardino clone and a arduino compatible board.

Clone = made from the open source hardware design files that arduino published, with no circuit changes.
Compatible = made with changes in the circuitry or significant components, or significant physical layout.

Lefty

oric_dan

That's why I called it no(t)-quite-another-clone.

jrburke99

Does anybody have this board running on Windows 7 64-bit?

Docedison

Why should be an issue? I have 2 mega's 2 uno's a handful of pro-mini's and currently 3 bare 328's running code through 3 different USB devices... I am using Win 7 Ult, a 6 core AMD 6100 @ 3.3 GHZ and 8 gig's of ram. I run 1.0, 1.01 and the ERW 1.03 IDE's. ALL with no issues whatsoever. If the drivers for the USB devices are properly installed there should never be an issue using any Arduino board or FTDI adaptor... and all work the same on my little OLD Dell D610 laptop running Win7 Ultimate 32bit...

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