3 years, 10 months ago.
Is LPC4088 QSB compatibile with Windows 10?
I have developed with the LPC4088 QSB for several months on a Windows 7 PC. I just got a new Windows 10 computer and have immediately run into the problem that I cannot drag-and-drop programs to the QSB USB drive. The Windows copy status bar shows 0% progress for a while, then the drive disconnects, then the drive reconnects showing a file "failed.txt" containing the single word TIMEOUT. The program is not transferred to the QSB.
Several others have had this issue with other MBED platforms (just search "Windows 10" on developer.mbed.org). Do you have any idea of a Windows 10 configuration change, QSB firmware update, or other workaround to address this problem? Thanks.
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3 years, 2 months ago.
I've a similar issue on my win10 64bit laptop, I plug in the device and can see it enumerating in the task bar. But then when I go to "My Computer" there is no mBed device visible, I've restarted the machine and get the same results.
I plug the same device into my win7 64bit desktop and the device functions properly. Allowing drag and drop programming etc.
The only antivirus on teh laptop is windows defender, but looking at it's logs I cannot see it blocking the flash driver.
I've refused the free upgrade to win10 on my desktop to allow me to keep working at the office but sometimes I need to work remotely and the laptop is required for this.
3 years, 9 months ago.
Wow. It works. It took me many hours until reading this post, and removed my antivirus. Thanks so much.
3 years, 9 months ago.
removing the antivirus program did not help. LPC4088 do not work with and without antivirus. The LPC1768 platfrorm work very good under windows 10 (also with a 3rd party antivirus program).
3 years, 1 month ago.
We see the same problem, 2 different boards. Just plug them into a windows 10 machine and any program on them is wiped. You end up with two faint blue led3 and led 4.
Trying to load a program gives a fail.txt with SWD Error or timeout or BAD EXTENSION FILE.
It does sound plausible that something on windows 10 is trying to scan the inserted flash drive but this computer has no anti virus and I temporarily turned of windows defender with no luck.
Sometimes a small program like Blinky will work but not reliably.
(Everything works fine from a Mackbook Pro)
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