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Installing Pinguino IDE on Windows 10
04-07-2016, 05:57 PM,
Installing Pinguino IDE on Windows 10

I am working with a PIC32-PINGUINO-OTG (PIC32MX440F256H) on Windows 10. I downloaded and installed x4-easy-rev999.
I'm using this program for testing : Blinking LED example from
I can compile the program but I can't upload to Pinguino board. I checked and this is the right board.
I have the following error, I am in the D directory :  Error: Device not found (is device attached and in Bootloader mode?)

Morevoer, I think that my computer doesn't recognize the card because I don't find it.
Meanwhile, the leds work normally : the red one (power_led) is always switched on and the green one is blinking.

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04-07-2016, 10:22 PM,
RE: Installing Pinguino IDE on Windows 10
I think you have to install the libusb driver. See information on the Wiki to install it. With Windows10 the HID driver is not appreciated by the Pinguino IDE. Uninstall it before installing libusb.
To install a non signed driver as libusb a special procedure is requested. See this thread :

04-07-2016, 10:51 PM,
RE: Installing Pinguino IDE on Windows 10
Thank you André for your answer.

In fact, I think I found a solution to my problem. I realised these manipulations on the card :

1.Press and hold down the user button BUT
2.Press and release the user button RST (Reset)
3. Release the user button BUT

And it allows me to upload the program on the board.

Vive la Bretagne (un gars du coin)
09-08-2019, 01:00 PM,
RE: Installing Pinguino IDE on Windows 10
I am sure that the details are a great support for understanding the details very well for some users who hostsailor need it on their latest Windows. Windows 10 is the latest version of windows available right now which is completely different from the old versions of Windows.

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