Hope you might find this useful. Extract the Jungo Installer from Studio. I would like to know some information about the issue so that we could help you better. Thanks for marking this as the answer. After that go to the folder c: I appreciate your efforts.
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So to make it work I followed these steps. I am glad that you managed to fix the issue. Now run the installer. Now launch a command prompt with elevated privileges Right click cmd. Ratandeep and Ian, I will contact Atmel Tech support but in the interim, I was able to successfully get this hardware working on my laptop this isb.
I recommend to plug out the device and re-install atmwl drivers without uninstalling them first.
Sorry this didn’t help. Hello Dean, Thank you for keeping us updated on the status of the issue. If so delete them. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Repeat the step 2 to uninstall all items under “Universal Serial Bus controllers”. According to the ATMEL discussion groups, this driver sometimes doesn’t install correctly on the 1st attempt, needs to be removed and re-installed.
I would like to know some information about junho issue so that we could help you better.
AVR Jungo USB by Atmel – Should I Remove It?
Thank you for your quick response. This thread is locked. 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.
Thanks for marking this as the answer. After that go to the folder c: But am pretty sure that the Jungo USB driver just launches the wdreg.
AVR Jungo USB
Then, restart your computer and Windows 7 will reinstall all USB controllers automatically. Yes it does, I am able to see it in the programming dialog of studio 5. Firmware version 3 and later uses armel HID interface for communication. 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.
Setting up the AVR Jungo USB Driver manually
DeanP Created on February 21, Then goto the usb64 folder from command prompt as administrator. Now check if things work, in some case you might be lucky. Please run these Microsoft Fixit and check the issue. Both drivers will be under “Jungo Connectivity”.
Please feel free to reply, in case you face any other issues with Windows in future.
Hope you might find this useful. There is no known issue with WinDriver that requires uninstalling and then re-installing it. I would suggest you to contact Atmel technical support.
In reply to DeanP’s post on February 25, Then after completion go to the install location of Jungo.
Now inside that folder there will be two folders usb32 uwb usb64, since we are here for a Win 7 x64 cause we should use the usb64 folder. In reply to Ratandeep’s post on February 22,