[En-Nut-Discussion] Ethernut 3.0 limits

Harald Kipp harald.kipp at egnite.de
Wed Jan 27 11:43:38 CET 2010

Hi Javier,


Javier Longares wrote:

> Since I had a lot of different boards connected to my PC with different
> drivers each one, I've tried to test your downloads in other "clean" PC and
> it seems to work.  Finally I've noted that in the old PC the system works
> with your download, but I need to copy all the files and directories
> included in the turtelizer2 folder to the win32 one.  So, after 3 days of
> hard work I can start now.

You mean, that the start menu didn't work without copying the files?

On that new machine, did you install Nut/OS before or after installing
the Turtelizer tools?

> 2010/1/27 Harald Kipp <harald.kipp at egnite.de>

>> 1. Download and install USBDeview from http://www.nirsoft.net (or any
>> other USB driver uninstaller of your choice).
>> 2. Make sure that the Turtelizer is *not* connected.
>> 3. Run USBDeview and uninstall *every* Turtelizer driver listed.
>> 4. Quit USBDeview.
>> 5. Unpack ftdi-turtelizer2.zip.
>> 6. Connect the Turtelizer to the PC. The "New Hardware found" wizard
>> should pop up. On the second page select "from a user specified source"
>> or something like that (I have the German version). On the next page
>> select the directory where you unpacked ftdi-turtelizer2.
>> 7. Repeat step 6 for the second driver. One is for JTAG, the other for
>> the USB/Serial bridge.
>> 8. When done, try to run "Connect Ethernut 3.1" from the start menu again.

I'd be interested to know, if this procedure also fixes the problem on
your first "infected" PC.


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