I tried all of the above suggestions and still get “no driver” message when trying to update the driver. Command not echoed properly. The older I never got working WIN 7 simply wouldn’t recognize a driver for it. I accept your response, but forum members looking for answers to this issue come across this post and then spend time trying to figure out where the non-existent link is. If not then the post should be removed to save people spending time looking for it Regards Northeastman

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NKurzman Thanks for reading such an old post. Why does my PIC32 window slower than expected? H H Administrator Total Posts: Yes, something is wrong when running Windows 7 pro with x86 mode. Does anyone have any idea what I’m missing? Sorry I have never heard of Microchip reveiwing old posts to see if they are still current.


Mplab and ICD2 windows 7 | Microchip

I figure because I have 8. There are 2 PIDs there: What files do you have in the Drivers64 directory? Windows 7 can’t find a driver even when I manually look for it in the folder C: It took me a long time to find out that the Idc driver file was”mchpusb The driver is the mchpusb Essentials Only Full Version. Would not be rocket science for MC or a super member to add a quick post that this is no longer relevant?

While the newer worked, well not quite the way idc told in the various documentation for WIN 7 setup, but ended up working. Can I use this patch on Windows 7 bit version? I’m using mplab 8. After a lot of messing about I found the cause of the problem.

ICD2 with 64-bit Windows 7

Again thanks for taking the time to reply. Forum Themes Elegant Mobile.

John, This patch was made because we had problems only on Windows bit. Thank you for your help. Forums Windoss Latest Posts. I don’t know if this is a problem or not.


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Thanks for reading, BigK The Drivers64 directory jcd It automatically loaded into the Program Files x86 folder.

Use the browse option to find the USB driver file “C: Haven’t received registration validation E-mail?

It locks up trying to connect, at various points. Does that match yours?

Windows 7, 64-bit support

User Control Panel Log out. I’ll check them against mine. I did finally get it working. Leaving this for anyone else having similar issues.