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This document solves usb driver errors for Arduino programmers. The problem usually happens after installing Atmel Studio. The error will often be:- avrdude: usbdev_open() Atmel changed the usb driver they install to Jungo which doesn't work with the Arduino Ide and therfore with Visual Micro This document explains how to switch the driver to one that the Arduino tool chain will work with. Tested on Xp, Win7 and Win8.1 1) We downloaded the latest release (18.104.22.168) of libusb-win32 from but the latest release can be found here 2) Unpack the libusb zip and run the inf-wizard.exe in the bin folder AS ADMINISTRATOR 3) Select the avrisp mkII from the list that appears when you run inf-wizard then click next through the wizard. 4) When prompted select a place on your pc to save the.inf file that the wizard will create. (If you loose the file in the future you can simply repeat the task) 5) When prompted click OK to install the driver. If required you can run the Atmel Studio 6.1 Jungo driver install again and revert to Atmel Studio drivers with the avrispmkII.
It is probably also possible to switch back to arduino/avrdude mode by reapplying the.inf created in step 6) via device manager Sorry about the formatting of the following, it is my fault and caused by conversion from ms word. This update was submiited by Brian M. It explains how to make both the Arduino and Atmel Studio Native commands to work using the same usb driver. Using Atmel's AVRISP mk II Programmer with the Visual Micro plug-in for Atmel Studio IDE Overview: When you install the Arduino IDE, a USB driver is installed so that you can use the Atmel AVRISP mk II programmer as an alternative to using the Arduino serial Boot-loader. Also, if you need to actually program an AVR MCU with the bootloader code itself (i.e. If you have a blank Mega328 that has not had the boot-loader firmware pre-installed), you can do so from the Arduino IDE using the Tools/Burn Bootloader function- after having specified the AVRISP mk II as the programmer using Tools/Programmer function. When you install Studio 6.1/ 6.2 however, the Atmel installation will install it's own USB driver, which work with the Studio6.x IDE.