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compilation and download impossible
December 10, 2015
3:33 pm
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Hi,

I'm a french electronic teacher, so first, excuse me for my english, i'll try to do my best !

My problem : i'm using labview 2015, OS windows 7, and the labview arduino compiler. But I have a problem : when the "download and compile" is finished, no error message, but nothing occures : the program is not inside the arduino (Atmega 2560). See the image below.

Any idea ?

Thanks for your precious help ....

Regards,

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December 11, 2015
12:05 am
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Hello;

How can you tell the program is not executing in the Arduino once the download is complete? Have you tried the LED blinking example that ships with the compiler? My suggestion is to try that example first to make sure you indeed have a problem. The next thing to try would be to use the Arduino IDE and download its LED Blinking example. This would test if you have any issues with the board itself that would be independent from the compiler.

Hope this helps.

Filipe

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December 11, 2015
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Hi,

of course i have tried it, and the led is not blinking ! On another pc, it works. The difference between the 2 pc's is that one is 32 bits, and the other 64 bits. Should it be the reason (i.e. not working on 32 bits os ?)

Thanks,

David

December 11, 2015
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to resume :

PC1 : windows 7 64 bits / blinking example via arduino ide : ok / blinking example via labview (2015) and the compiler : ok

PC2 : windows 7 32 bits / blinking example via arduino ide : ok / blinking example via labview (2015) and the compiler : not working

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December 11, 2015
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We tested on Windows 7 64-Bit and Windows 8 32-Bit.  It should work with Windows 7 32-Bit as well.  I just tested version 1.0.0.19 and Arduino IDE 1.6.5-r2 on Windows 8 32-Bit and it seems to work fine.  It could be something specific with your setup.  Can you confirm which IDE version you are using on the 32-Bit machine?  You can also try re-installing the Arduino IDE to see if that fixes anything.  Make sure to install to the default location in the Program Files directory (for 32-bit).

December 19, 2015
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Hi,

now it works !! 

We have "just" reinstalled windows 7, and the problem was solved. Driver, update ? We don't now exactly the cause, but whatever it works !

Thanks for your help,

David

December 20, 2015
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Ok, good to hear.

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