10-10-2017 12:26 PM - edited 10-10-2017 12:30 PM
I have a Lenovo Z50 running Windows 10 Home which I am trying to hook up to an Arduino Uno.
When I attach the Arduino to the laptop, Device Manager shows it in the Other Devices section with an exclamation mark suggesting the drivers need to be updated.
However, every time I try to update the drivers I get the attached error (Drivererror.jpg).
When I attach the board to a different computer also running Windows 10 Home, it works just fine
Does anyone have any ideas that might help me here ? I've tried turning off the signed drivers requirement and safeboot but to no avail
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10-10-2017 09:46 PM
You have actually three options: the web editor, IDE (Windows installer), and IDE (Zip). You can try the zip version but first try to uninstall the previous one. The driver for your board will be auto-detected and installed but you have to select the board that you have in the Tools menu.
10-11-2017 04:19 PM
Try not connecting to the internet temporarily. Uninstall the Arduino driver with delete if the option is presented. Then run Sketch from the uncompressed zip file. Plug your board. Windows will install the driver from the uncompressed folder. Check if you can run some basic example program after selecting the board, processor, and com port from the tools menu.
If you still could not run the examples using your board, try contacting Arduino. If they run, then you may have to disable windows update so that the driver will not be replaced automatically.
10-14-2017 06:10 AM