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Hello,

I looked at the troubleshooting FAQ but i cant find any solution.
I plugged my board for the first time since... maybe a year.

I don't have the device detected in the "Tools > Serial Port" menu. I'm on mac OSX up to date (means 10.6), java is also up to date. I don't have any serial firewall.

I dont have any idea ; any clue will be welcome


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Have you upgraded the operating system since you last used your arduino? I suspect the drivers need reinstalling.
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What does the following command in Terminal show?

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ls -al /dev/tty*

If there's nothing there then either the FT232 is bad or you need to (re)install the FTDI drivers.

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