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Hey guys,

I bought a new computer and I want to use my Due with it, but when I tried to set it up today it seemed like I have a real driver issue.  I'm running Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit OS.  So I tried to update it from a location on my hard drive and used this folder http://imgur.com/WUThALa .  After that, the screen said that the drivers were already up to date and showed this http://imgur.com/rjs2BNA .  So I tried it again, using the "browse my computer for drivers" and then the "select from a list of device drivers" tab, where I manually selected "Arduino Due Programming Port" http://imgur.com/IWXcgE5 .   When I did that, I got this http://imgur.com/e4nR3i0 . 

Has anyone ever seen this before?  I used this very same Arduino Due with a previous computer, and this computer is brand new.  I recently found out the front USB ports were unplugged from the mother board, and I had to plug those in manually.  The back USB ports work great with the keyboard and mouse, but those also didn't work with my due (same process).  Does this sound like a issue with the due, or an issue with my computer ?  any advice would be greatly appreciated

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Which Os  being used previous computer and Which IDE you are using.

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I recently found out the front USB ports were unplugged from the mother board, and I had to plug those in manually.  The back USB ports work great with the keyboard and mouse, but those also didn't work with my due (same process).  Does this sound like a issue with the due, or an issue with my computer ?  any advice would be greatly appreciated


DO you got any error if other USb device being connected other than pendrive. In such case you need to update your driver .
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