The latest (January) update to Windows 10 seems to cause problems with the USB serial driver when connecting to an Arduino. I can upload a small sketch to an Arduino Mega, but larger sketches fail with an 'averdude checksum error', and I get periodic freezes when sending commands via USB serial to my 3D printer. I isolated the problem to the latest Windows 10 update, rolling back to the previous update solves the problem (as does using Windows 7, dual boot on the same PC), however 24 hours after rolling back Windows is now prompting to install the update again.
How can I delay the update until Microsoft fix this bug? Lg Gp60nb50 Driver For Windows 10. Specifically, by 'larger sketches' I mean the Marlin firmware for my 3D printer, whereas the standard blink test sketch will upload without problems. The implication seems to be that occasional packets are arriving corrupt, hence large uploads get the checksum error, but smaller uploads have a good chance of succeeding without any corrupt packet (this would also explain the occasional freezes I saw during printing). I have been using the same hardware for at least 6 months without problems, and the problem completely clears up with the older preview build, or Windows 7, so seems unlikely this is an intermittent hardware fault. My motherboard is an Asus Z97-PRO, I can provide other info or logs if required. Hi Tim, Can you please provide the following: • Crisp repro steps • A list of the Compatible and Hardware IDs for the prototyping board you are using (below) Here’s how to capture the Hardware IDs • Attach your Arduino, open Device Manager, select the board, select Properties, then Details tab • Select Hardware IDs from Property dropdown • Select the values, right click and “copy” them – and paste them here.