Re: qrp2000 synthesizer
- Hi Jim,
try Microsoft's USBView
to check if the USB-device is visible on the USB hub. If it is, then
it's a driver issue. If it's not, then it is a hardware issue.
73's Tom DG8SAQ
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "applewiz67" <robbrown@...> wrote:
> Hi Jim,
> Have you installed the driver software correctly? Mine showed up in
> the windows control panels > hardware list straight away. Also it's
> probably a good idea to always connect to the same USB port as when
> you installed the driver.
> It's unlikely the AVR chip needs reprogramming. Hardware faults on
> flash micros that make them 'lose' their programs are very rare.
> --- In email@example.com, "gm3jsx" <gm3jsx@> wrote:
> > i have just completed building this kit..usb test went ok.but i
> > find that the pc will not recognize the board..is it possible
> > have lost the info on the chip and it needs re-flashing..
> > voltages are all ok..any help would be appreciated..
> > jim gm3jsx