EDIT: SOLVED! See EDIT below for solution!
Hello all, I recently backed this project over on Indiegogo. It's based on the Leonardo. I got my board/components today and am excited to start tinkering! Yay! :)
However, when I plug the board in via USB, I had to load the drivers. As soon as I load the drivers, I get the following BSOD:
This has happened with the following drivers so far:
v1.0.5, stable, zip file version v1.5.4 r2, beta, zip file version
I've tried: - Using another USB port on a different USB hub (internal hub on the motherboard) - A Diagnostic startup using msconfig (disabled non-Microsoft services and all startup items) - Unplugging all other USB devices besides my mouse - Disabling a few devices in Device Manager
I see the error message is exactly the same as in this thread, but I didn't want to bump such an old thread.
I'm able to plug the board in just fine in Safe Mode or Safe Mode with Networking. If the board is connected to my machine during a Normal bootup, it crashes right before or at the login screen.
Using NirSoft's BlueScreenView (v1.52), I see usbser.sys could be at fault. I'm using Windows 7 Home Premium SP1-U x64, US English version.
If you'd like to know my other system specs, USB devices, BIOS settings, and/or would like a full crash dump file, please let me know.
Any help would be much appreciated.
Thank you very much, Dan
EDIT: SOLVED! - Open up Device Manager. - At the top, go to View -> Devices by connection. - Find PCI bus and expand it. - Under that, you'll probably see a few USB Enhanced Host Controllers. Expand them all. - Under each one of those, you'll see USB Root Hubs. Expand them all. - Under each one of those, you'll see Generic USB Hubs. Expand them all. - Under that, you MAY see the name of your Arduino board. [u]This is incorrect.[/u] - Right click on it. Select Update Driver Software.... - Select Browse my computer for driver software. - Select Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer. - Select Show All Devices. - Under Manufacturer, select (Standard USB Host Controller). - Under Model, select USB Composite Device. - [u]Done![/u]