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Digihead1234

Apr 17, 2019, 06:36 pm Last Edit: Apr 23, 2019, 06:02 pm by Digihead1234
I am doing an Arduino project for school, with an Arduino Pro Mini, along with a FTDI Basic Breakout 3.3 V. When I try to connect it to a computer to code, an error message comes up saying that, " A USB Device has exceeded the power limits of its hub port."

I have never used any Arduino products before, nor have I made any technological projects. I only have 27 days to finish this, and none of the troubleshooting methods I'm finding online are working and my teacher refuses to provide any assistance.

Also, when I open the IDE and plug in the code, it says, "LDR.h: No such file or directory." Attached is a link to the project itself.

https://create.arduino.cc/projecthub/circuito-io-team/valentine-s-sunflower-3cdd90?f=1

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I am doing an Arduino project for school, with an Arduino Pro Mini, along with a FTDI Basic Breakout 3.3 V. When I try to connect it to a computer to code, an error message comes up saying that it's trying to use more power than what's allowed.
Is that all that's connected, or do you have other things attached to the Pro Mini?

Also, when I open the IDE and plug in the code, it says that there is nothing designated to "servo". Attached is a link to the project itself.
That is an extremely vague and imprecise description of a problem. You make it far less likely that you will get help when you do that. You need to provide the full and exact text of any error messages you're getting.

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