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Troubles with the download to the arduino
August 15, 2016
4:29 pm
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jetza
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Hello,

 

I'm having troubles with downloading my application to the Arduino.

The compiler doesn't download my program to the Arduino. I'm trying to put the examples in the device but I can't but the compiler recognize my arduino uno and I can see it on the serial monitor. 

When I try to "Compile and Download" it show me this, but the application didn't download to the Arduino.

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The licence is being shared by two machines.

 

Thank you in advance

August 16, 2016
4:33 am
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We have not seen this before but it is not a licensing issue.  Do you see the TX/RX LEDs light up on the board while programming?  Can you confirm first that you can program a simple example through the Arduino IDE itself?  Make sure you select the same COM port when you try it.

August 16, 2016
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In fact I can program through Arduino IDE but not through Labview Compiler for Arduino. And when I try to program with the Labview Compiler the lights of TX/RX leds never light up, that's how I know that wasn't communication between them.

I program the analog serial example on the Arduino with the Arduino IDE and then I use the serial monitor in Labview Compiler and I can see it with no problems. So I don't know what is happening.

I've also desinstalled the software and reinstalled it but I have the same problem.

August 17, 2016
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That is strange.  Can you tell us what versions you are using for the following?

Arduino IDE

Arduino Compatible Compiler for LabVIEW

LabVIEW (looks like 2014 32-Bit?)

 

Also, can you confirm that your Sketchbook location in the Arduino IDE preferences is set to the following:

C:\Users\USER\Documents\Arduino

August 17, 2016
3:13 pm
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Well 

 

I have this versions:

 

Arduino IDE 1.6.8

 

Labview 2014 32 bit, but my PC is 64 bits

 

Arduino Compatible Compiler for LabView 1.0.0.19

 

And the location of the Sketchbook is : C:\Users\Hector\Documents\Arduino

August 17, 2016
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Please update to the latest Compiler version and try again. There were some changes made in 1.0.0.20 to support a change made to the Arduino IDE regarding where board packages are installed. See release notes. This may be your issue. 

August 17, 2016
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On the VI package manager the last version avaible is 1.0.0.19

Where can I download the 1.0.0.20 version?

 

Thank you

August 17, 2016
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You want the latest (1.0.0.21).  You will be notified that an upgrade is available if you open VI Package Manager.

August 17, 2016
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Now I upgraded to the latest version and the issue remains.

August 17, 2016
5:59 pm
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Ok. Can you try Compile only (not compile and download) and post what you get in the Compiler Window?

August 17, 2016
6:09 pm
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Yes

 

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August 17, 2016
6:17 pm
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Please email support@geverywhere.com and we will try to help you debug this matter.

August 17, 2016
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Ok

 

I've already sent the mail.

 

Thank you

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