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Hi Guys,

I am unable to install Arduino Yun driver in Windows 64 bit.
The root cause of the problem seems to be that Arduino USB is detected as
While there is no driver entry for this particular VID and PID in driver file arduino.inf

I manually updated the C:\Program Files (x86)\Arduino\drivers\arduino.inf section line 100 and 101 to following
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%yun.bootloader.name%=DriverInstall, USB\VID_2341&PID_8041
%yun.sketch.name%=DriverInstall, USB\VID_2341&PID_8041&REV_0100

And then asked Windows to update drivers from the location again. This time it did work.
Is there a possibility to get driver updated in near future to include these VID and PIDs?



I installed the Arduino IDE 1.5.x on both Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit as well as Windows 8.1 Pro 64bit without having to mess with anything like this for any of my Arduino boards...



@PCWorxLA @aagosh

I had a similar problem. I was debugging a sketch, and every time I uploaded over USB, the device disconnected then re-enumerated as usual, except once after re-enumerating, Windows 7-64 reported "unknown USB device". I was still able to upload over Ethernet, so I didn't worry - it happens occasionally and then clears up. But today, it eventually disappeared from the network, too. I moved it to my laptop (also Win7-64) and no change. The hardware ID in device manager said UNKNOWN rather than the usual USB\VID_2341&PID_8041&REV_0100&MI_00 / USB\VID_2341&PID_8041&MI_00.

I eventually did a hard reset (Hold WiFi reset for 30+ seconds) and it came back to life.

The sketch I was working on used used TIMER1 interrupt and YUNClient - perhaps that had something to do with it.


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