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TerraFern

Trying to use Arduino Nano in Arduino Create.

Plugged the Nano in via a USB cord, it shows it blinking "orange" and "Green" light is on. However, it's not recognizing the Nano. Any advice?

Error message

"Are you sure you have a board connected to your computer with a USB cable? Did you just take your NANO 33 IoT out of the box? Did you remove the conductive foam from the board? Do you see at least an LED ON on your board?"

Yes, to all of the questions above.

olafderewecki

Mam ten sam problem, możliwe że jest to wada techniczna urządzenia lub jest ono nie oryginalne.

hulky

Hi,
may be you have opened the serial monitor? I've had the same problem and after closeing the monitor, the mkr1400 was detected.

jawzag

Hi,
may be you have opened the serial monitor? I've had the same problem and after closeing the monitor, the mkr1400 was detected.
hi.. thanks for your help. whats "the serial monitor" and how to close it?

msarker

Hey, I had the same issue with the MKR Wifi 1010 and I think all that's needed is for you to install the proper board manager.

To do this, open the Arduino software. Go to Tools --> Board Manager and then search for your board (Nano 33) and install. If it works properly, when you go to Tools --> Port, you should be able to connect to your board. After installing, go back and the board should be detected. Hope that helps.

paulotorresz

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pert

@TerraFern which Nano board are you using? If it's the classic Nano, Nano Every, or Nano 33 BLE/Sense, it's not supported by Arduino IoT Cloud. Of the Nano boards, only the Nano 33 IoT is compatible with Arduino IoT Cloud.

jimb3942

I'm having the same problem.  It won't recognize my Duemilinove

pert

Hi @jimb3942. Are you using Arduino IoT Cloud? If so, it doesn't support your Duemilanove.

KF2IRE

Is there a NON IoT Cloud based location that will allow us to program the different Arduinos that are not compatible here..  i.e. Arduino Leonardo?

pert


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