This is the installer we want to make things work. In reply to Ian Bakshan’s post on February 24, How satisfied are you with this reply? I am glad that you managed to fix the issue. Repeat the step 2 to uninstall all items under “Universal Serial Bus controllers”.
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DeanP Replied on February 22, Is the issue specific to this device?
Then goto the usb64 folder from command prompt as administrator. I recommend to plug out the device and re-install the drivers without uninstalling them first.
AVR Jungo USB
Usually WinDriver based drivers consist of two drivers – a general driver called WinDriver it may be renamed to something else and a device specific driver. Both drivers will be under “Jungo Connectivity”. Some symptoms are as follows. Hello Dean, Thank you for posting your question on Microsoft Community.
Also, thank you for the additional detail regarding Jungo Connectivity so that I better understand the situation. But am pretty sure that the Jungo USB driver just launches the wdreg. Now launch a command prompt with elevated privileges Right click cmd.
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Repeat the step 2 to uninstall all items under “Universal Serial Bus controllers”. I assume that I did not sufficiently remove all the driver components to trick my PC to re-installing the drivers as though this was my 1st attempt.
I would suggest you to try following methods and check if it helps. So here is the story of it. Tools Firmware Upgrade in Studio 5: Hardware devices are not working atmwl are not detected in Windows http: I would also suggest you to update chipset drivers of your computer from manufacturer’s website.
Firmware version 3 and later uses a HID interface for communication. If issue still persists, then use suggestions in article given in method 3. Thanks for marking this as the answer.
Shows up in Device Manager: I assumed this might be enough to allow the driver to automatically install when I restart my PC and plug in the programmer but this is unfortunately not the case. This would by default be c: So I started to dig this out and see if I can fix things myself and I am pretty much pleased that I was able to make it work.
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Then after completion go to the install location of Jungo. DeanP Created on February 21, I would suggest you to contact Atmel technical udb. After that go to the folder c: Ian Bakshan Replied on February 24, If you are prompted for an administrator password or for a confirmation, type the password, or click Allow. This thread is locked.