I have had no problems connecting various other Arduino boards but I just got the DUE and am having a problem I am stuck at.
I followed the directions on installing the driver in the DUE documentation. I am running Windows 7 64-bit and the after the driver installed it shows up as: Arduino Due Programming Port (COM6) under the Ports section of Device Manager. I am using Arduino IDE 1.6.8 and have the board set as Arduino Due (Programming Port) and Port as COM6 (Arduino Due(Programming Port)).
I have a sketch that blinks lights that works fine on other Arduino boards, but I run Compile and Upload and it compiles fine, but I get this warning:
bossac.exe: extra arguments found
Try ‘bossac.exe -h’ or ‘bossac.exe --help’ for more information.
I don’t even see a place to choose arguments for this bossac.exe in the settings or what command line arguments the IDE is issuing so I am not sure what to do here.
Thank you for any help!