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Unable to connect to Atmel-ICE

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  • Unable to connect to Atmel-ICE

    Jumpstart C is unable to connect to Atmel-ICE even though the ICE shows up in Device Manager. This is on Windows 10 and Jumpstart C 8.27. Everything was working fine earlier in the day and then Jumpstart just stopped connecting, both for debugging and programming. I've tried rebooting my system and uninstalling/reinstalling Jumpstart. Has anybody had this problem before? Atmel Studio 6.2 doesn't see it either. Thanks for any tips.


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    It turns out the ICE was somehow activating both the Atmel Gateway and LIBUSB drivers in Device Manager, and that seems to have been causing the problem. Uninstalling LIBUSB allows the ICE to now be seen by both Jumpstart and AS7, and I can program with it in AS7, but not debug. That’s less important to me since I can program and debug with it through Jumpstart. Problem solved, for now.