USBtinyISP vs 64-bit Windows 7

Started by Michael September 10, 2010
Does anyone know if the USBtinyISP will work with 64-bit Windows 7? Unfortunately, I'm not getting much help from manufacturer.

I was told that I need to emulate a few com ports and was directed to a program called Com0Com.

Before running com0com, I checked to see which com ports were free.
When I tried to install com0com a pop-up says :
"The 32-bit driver cannot run under 64-bit system. Continue?"
I've tried ignoring message/continuing installation and I also tried running in compatibility mode, but when I type : install PortName=7 PortName=8
I receive the following :
"SetupDiCallClassInstalledERROR:0xE0000235"

I'm so new at MCU/programming that I don't even know how to ask the right questions. I would appreciate some help. Thank you

Many programs (like CAD) not works with 64bit Windows7, I am not sure about ISP, but it may be.

You can install 32bit windows7
--- On Fri, 9/10/10, Michael wrote:

From: Michael
Subject: [AVR club] USBtinyISP vs 64-bit Windows 7
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Date: Friday, September 10, 2010, 2:25 AM

 





Does anyone know if the USBtinyISP will work with 64-bit Windows 7? Unfortunately, I'm not getting much help from manufacturer.

I was told that I need to emulate a few com ports and was directed to a program called Com0Com.

Before running com0com, I checked to see which com ports were free.

When I tried to install com0com a pop-up says :

"The 32-bit driver cannot run under 64-bit system. Continue?"

I've tried ignoring message/continuing installation and I also tried running in compatibility mode, but when I type : install PortName=7 PortName=8

I receive the following :

"SetupDiCallClassInstalledERROR:0xE0000235"

I'm so new at MCU/programming that I don't even know how to ask the right questions. I would appreciate some help. Thank you