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DROBNJAK

yeah, thx, I was 1.5.5, reinstalling 1.5.6-r2 right now.

DROBNJAK

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Jun 29, 2014, 09:19 am Last Edit: Jun 29, 2014, 09:23 am by DROBNJAK Reason: 1
This is how my Due drivers look like. Can somebody please compare with his and tell me if there is any difference?

http://i78.photobucket.com/albums/j111/COROVICD/DP08_Due-Driver_1_zps0dcd9b12.jpg

zaxarias


This is how my Due drivers look like. Can somebody please compare with his and tell me if there is any difference?

http://i78.photobucket.com/albums/j111/COROVICD/DP08_Due-Driver_1_zps0dcd9b12.jpg

Nothing looks wrong , i would suggest you completely uninstall your DUE from device manager and then install drivers again..
Make sure you follow this guide step by step http://arduino.cc/en/guide/windows
Reinstall IDE 1.5.5..
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DROBNJAK

There is possibility that cable is the problem. I got my cable from Adafruit and it works well on Leonardo (and on the other PC).

This cable is not just normal mini-USB Type B. Normal Type-B cables can't fit into Leonardo or Due?

zaxarias


There is possibility that cable is the problem. I got my cable from Adafruit and it works well on Leonardo (and on the other PC).

This cable is not just normal mini-USB Type B. Normal Type-B cables can't fit into Leonardo or Due?

No , DUE uses a micro Usb cable ..
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DROBNJAK

Any fresh ideas? I am still stuck.

zaxarias


Any fresh ideas? I am still stuck.

Tell us the things you have done so far on that second PC
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DROBNJAK

Which one? One where S.M. doesn't work or one where S.M. works?

zaxarias


Which one? One where S.M. doesn't work or one where S.M. works?

Have you tried anything(in general) to see if it works ?

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DROBNJAK

- I removed Due from device manager and deleted all the related drivers. Than reinstalled 1.5.5-r2
- changed USB cable,
- tried pressing Reset just before uploading started.
- established that sketch works, by writing to SD Card, it only doesn't show anything on S.M.
- changed baud speed from 9600 to much lower,
- disconnected and disabled all the USB and serial port device, by both pulling cables out and disabling

The strangest thing is that it works on one PC and doesn't on another.

zaxarias

Did you try other versions of IDE except 1.5.6- r2 ?
Certainly there's something wrong with that PC ...
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DROBNJAK

Yes, I tried 1.5.6-r2.

But I am sure that something is wrong with PC. Problem is how to eliminate what is wrong. I've done enough insalling and reinstalling to know that that doesn't change anything.

Question is where else to look?

zaxarias


Yes, I tried 1.5.6-r2.

But I am sure that something is wrong with PC. Problem is how to eliminate what is wrong. I've done enough insalling and reinstalling to know that that doesn't change anything.

Question is where else to look?

What's your operating system ?
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DROBNJAK

Windows 7, 64-bit.

I just found this, from some driver related file:

However the included ArduinoDue.inf in the drivers folder is showing:
[DeviceList]
%DESCRIPTION%=DriverInstall, USB\VID_2341&PID_003E&MI_00
[DeviceList.NTamd64]
%DESCRIPTION%=DriverInstall, USB\VID_2341&PID_003E&MI_00

Can fidling with this help? I am sure there is some switch somewhere in installation or libraries that needs to be changed.

do you have an Arduino DUE or an DigiX?
Just found that thread:  http://digistump.com/board/index.php/topic,1462.0.html

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