Avrisp Mkii Driver Windows 7
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Under windows, find the device in the device manager, and go to it's properties. Find the Hardware IDs in the tabs, and add them in here, then we can try to point you to the right driver for the programmer.
My team and I are known as Quality Control here at SparkFun. One of our responsibilities is to design, build, document, and maintain the testing equipment for production. This not only includes the test jigs that we design, but also includes making sure that their windows desktop machines are working and have up to date (or hacked and working) drivers for all our testing needs.
Also, in the meantime, let us add drivers for both our FabISP and for the AVRISP MkII.The FabISP driver (USBTinyISP) can be downloaded from -usbtinyisp-drivers-for-64-bit-windows-7/.The AVRISP MkII USB driver for Arduino can be downloaded from -MkII-Usb-Driver-for-Arduino.aspx.
A majority of the microcontroller programming I do these days involves writing C for the ATMEL AVR series of microcontrollers. I respect PIC, but I find the open/free atmosphere around AVR to be a little more supportive to individual, non-commercial cross-platform programmers like myself. With that being said, I've had a few bumps along the way getting unofficial AVR programmers to work in Windows 7. Previously, I had great success with a $11 (shipped) clone AVRISP-mkII programmer from fun4diy.com. It was the heart of a little AVR development board I made and grew to love (which had a drop-in chip slot and also a little breadboard all in one) seen in a few random blog posts over the years. Recently it began giving me trouble because, despite downloading and installing various drivers and packages, I couldn't get it to work with Windows Vista or windows 7. I needed to find another option. I decided against the official programmer/software because the programmer is expensive (for a college student) and the software (AVR studio 6) is terribly bloated for LED-blink type applications. \"AStudio61.exe\" is 582.17 Mb. Are you kidding me Half a gig to program a microchip with 2kb of memory Rediculous. I don't use arduino because I'm comfortable working in C and happy reading datasheets. Furthermore, I like programming chips hot off the press, without requiring a special boot loader. 153554b96e