Author Topic: Conductor will not connect.  (Read 6206 times)

Offline sittinguphigh

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Re: Conductor will not connect.
« Reply #60 on: December 06, 2013, »
That is a different one. That is the USB port kind.
The other one is the cf card.
It was working fine. Then it stop showing it in the conductor and my PC.
I will use my friends computer to test the cf card.
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Offline sittinguphigh

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Re: Conductor will not connect.
« Reply #61 on: December 11, 2013, »
OK. Found my computer cf reader went bad. Got a new one.
Now the cf card has all the programs in it.
The conductor will not work.
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Re: Conductor will not connect.
« Reply #62 on: December 11, 2013, »
Here are some things I would check.  What version of PicKit3 are you using to flash the conductor?  I believe you need to use v1 from the Wiki.  Are you connecting directly from the PC to the etherdongle?  If so, you may want to try a cross-over cable.  Some older PCs will not auto detect and switch.  Also, try to disable you Windows Firewall.  This will ensure that packets from the Etherdongle are not being blocked.  If you have more than one network adaptor (wireless) disable wireless.  Check the battery on the RTC.