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2) Unpack the libusb zip and run the inf-wizard.exe in the bin folder AS ADMINISTRATOR3) Select the avrisp mkII from the list that appears when you run inf-wizard then click next through the wizard.4) When prompted select a place on your pc to save the .inf file that the wizard will create. (If you loose the file in the future you can simply repeat the task)5) When prompted click OK to install the driver.If required you can run the Atmel Studio 6.1 Jungo driver install again and revert to Atmel Studio drivers with the avrispmkII. It is probably also possible to switch back to arduino/avrdude mode by reapplying the .inf created in step 6) via device manager
Avr jungo usb driver
Sorry about the formatting of the following, it is my fault and caused by conversion from ms word. This update was submiited by Brian M. It explains how to make both the Arduino and Atmel Studio Native commands to work using the same usb driver
Download the LibUSB-Win32 driver and extract it somewhere temporary. It can be found at www.libusb.org, however, for some reason my machine did not like this version, so I found another version that appeared to be tailored specifically for the AVRISP MKii here: AVRISP mkII libusb drivers for Windows 7 / Vista x64 MightyOhm
Now if you haven't installed the Jungo USB drivers, then you can simply plug in your AVRISP MKii, but when it asks whether you wish to install the drivers for it automatically or manually, choose MANUAL. If your did like mine and went ahead automatically and installed the stinkin Jungo USB drivers anyway, then you'll need to do the follow:
How to replace the Jungo USB drivers:A. Go into your Device Manager and expand the tree under "Jungo". If you see "AVRISP mkII" there, then you'll need to replace that driver with the LibUSB-Win32 driver. Right-Click and select "Update Driver Software" and then choose "Browse my computer for driver software". Then simply navigate to where you extracted your LibUSB-Win32 drivers and let it do it's thing. If it refuses to replace it or says that Windows deems the current driver the latest, then you'll need to find a better/newer copy of the LibUSB driver. You can also try uninstalling the Jungo driver first, but my smartass PC kept reinstalling it automatically everytime I plugged the AVRISP MKii back in---regardless of me manually clicking cancel!
If the LibUSB-Win32 driver installed correctly, the AVRISP MKii should now appear under "LibUSB-Win32 Devices" instead of the Jungo tree. This is important to make sure of because the Arduino IDE will NOT work with it as long as it appears under Jungo.
I really really hate to grave dig, but none of this worked for me... If you need to replace the Jungo driver and windows still won't let you although you've uninstalled all of Atmel Studio (like me). It's easy to get it working... Don't fight Jungo, trick it.
I also wanted to add. Some AVR ISP programmers implement the mkII protocol, but these are shown as a Serial device rather than USB. If this is the case no driver changes are needed and it works with both AVR studio and Arduino.
Both IAR Embedded Workbench for AVR v 5.11A and AVR Studio uses Jungo WinDriver to create USB drivers. The version of the driver installed by the old Atmel AVR Studio is not compatible with IAR Embedded Workbench for AVR version 5.xx.
Like every other USB device, an USB programmer requires a windows driver. Some programmers use drivers that are provided (built into) by windows. For example the KamProg uses the HID class and does not require an additional third party driver.
Its common that one needs to use a programmer from the Arduino IDE, but onWindows 10 things are not as simple. Many times the drivers installed are notcorrect hence the avrdude tool in the Arduino IDE refuses to work.
If you could not find the exact driver for your hardware device or you aren't sure which driver is right one, we have a program that will detect your hardware specifications and identify the correct driver for your needs. Please click here to download.