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Getting your Arduino to Work: Microsoft Windows
Getting your Arduino to Work: Microsoft Windows
1. install Arduino IDE IDE = Integrated Development Environment
1. install Arduino IDE IDE = Integrated Development Environment
find the file that you downloaded on your computer copy this file to
find the file that you downloaded on your computer copy this file to
navigate to this folder double click on the arduino application
navigate to this folder double click on the arduino application
2. install driver
2. install driver
click on “Device Manager”
click on “Device Manager”
computer is not recognizing your Arduino double click on the “Unknown
computer is not recognizing your Arduino double click on the “Unknown
click on “Update Driver”
click on “Update Driver”
click on “Browse my computer for driver software”
click on “Browse my computer for driver software”
browse for the folder where you extracted the Arduino software
browse for the folder where you extracted the Arduino software
select folder where Arduino software was extracted
select folder where Arduino software was extracted
you will need to “Install this driver software anyway” if you want to
you will need to “Install this driver software anyway” if you want to
you should get a message like this one if everything goes OK
you should get a message like this one if everything goes OK
notice that your Arduino is now recognized
notice that your Arduino is now recognized
3. make sure everything works
3. make sure everything works
click Tools > Board (Arduino Uno should be highlighted)
click Tools > Board (Arduino Uno should be highlighted)
click Tools > Serial Port click in the box beside the COM port if a
click Tools > Serial Port click in the box beside the COM port if a
click File > Examples > Basics > Blink this will bring up a simple
click File > Examples > Basics > Blink this will bring up a simple
clicking “upload” icon sends program to your Arduino
clicking “upload” icon sends program to your Arduino
the “TX” and “RX” LEDs will flash as the program is downloaded to the
the “TX” and “RX” LEDs will flash as the program is downloaded to the
windows 8 issue: when installing the drivers, you may experience the
windows 8 issue: when installing the drivers, you may experience the
complete the procedure below: http://arduino
complete the procedure below: http://arduino

Презентация: «Программа для просмотра для виндоуз 8». Автор: David. Файл: «Программа для просмотра для виндоуз 8.pptx». Размер zip-архива: 3338 КБ.

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1 Getting your Arduino to Work: Microsoft Windows

Getting your Arduino to Work: Microsoft Windows

Install Arduino programming environment Install Arduino Uno driver Make sure you can download a program (a “sketch”) from your computer to your Arduino

living with the lab

David Hall Louisiana Tech University dhall@latech.edu

2 1. install Arduino IDE IDE = Integrated Development Environment

1. install Arduino IDE IDE = Integrated Development Environment

download the installation file from the following website: arduino.cc/en/Main/Software save the downloaded file to a folder on your computer

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3 find the file that you downloaded on your computer copy this file to

find the file that you downloaded on your computer copy this file to

the hard drive location where you want to install the Arduino software double click on Compressed file to view Arduino-related files

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4 navigate to this folder double click on the arduino application

navigate to this folder double click on the arduino application

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5 2. install driver

2. install driver

click on “Hardware and Sound”

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6 click on “Device Manager”

click on “Device Manager”

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7 computer is not recognizing your Arduino double click on the “Unknown

computer is not recognizing your Arduino double click on the “Unknown

device”

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8 click on “Update Driver”

click on “Update Driver”

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9 click on “Browse my computer for driver software”

click on “Browse my computer for driver software”

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10 browse for the folder where you extracted the Arduino software

browse for the folder where you extracted the Arduino software

NOTE: If you are using Windows 8 and have a problem after clicking “Next,” then go to slide 21

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11 select folder where Arduino software was extracted

select folder where Arduino software was extracted

. . Windows will automatically search subdirectories

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12 you will need to “Install this driver software anyway” if you want to

you will need to “Install this driver software anyway” if you want to

install Arduino

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13 you should get a message like this one if everything goes OK

you should get a message like this one if everything goes OK

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14 notice that your Arduino is now recognized

notice that your Arduino is now recognized

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15 3. make sure everything works

3. make sure everything works

double click this icon to run the Arduino software right click and pin to your taskbar for a convenient shortcut

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16 click Tools > Board (Arduino Uno should be highlighted)

click Tools > Board (Arduino Uno should be highlighted)

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17 click Tools > Serial Port click in the box beside the COM port if a

click Tools > Serial Port click in the box beside the COM port if a

checkmark is not present (this will make a checkmark appear if one was not there already) the checkmark means that your computer sees your Arduino if no checkmark appears, go back to Device Manager to see what’s up

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18 click File > Examples > Basics > Blink this will bring up a simple

click File > Examples > Basics > Blink this will bring up a simple

program on your computer screen

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19 clicking “upload” icon sends program to your Arduino

clicking “upload” icon sends program to your Arduino

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20 the “TX” and “RX” LEDs will flash as the program is downloaded to the

the “TX” and “RX” LEDs will flash as the program is downloaded to the

Arduino you will see the LED labeled “L” start blinking this means that it works!!!

also watch your computer screen to see the status if there’s a problem, it will show up here

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21 windows 8 issue: when installing the drivers, you may experience the

windows 8 issue: when installing the drivers, you may experience the

error below

A solution to this problem is available at http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php?topic=94651.15

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22 complete the procedure below: http://arduino

complete the procedure below: http://arduino

cc/forum/index.php?topic=94651.15

1. Windows Key + R 2. Enter shutdown.exe /r /o /f /t 00 3. Click the "OK" button 4. System will restart to a "Choose an option" screen 5. Select "Troubleshoot" from "Choose an option" screen 6. Select "Advanced options" from "Troubleshoot" screen 7. Select "Startup Settings" from "Advanced options" screen 8. Click "Restart" button 9. System will restart to "Advanced Boot Options" screen 10. Select "Disable Driver Signature Enforcement" 11. Once the system starts, install the Arduino drivers as you would on Windows 7

after your computer restarts, return to slide 5 and continue the installation

Another method is presented in this YouTube video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CdE72XUYC7k

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