Has anyone successfull used the pico with windows 10 ? The recomanded ST32 driver does not work for me. Maye it is not win10 compatible ?
According to Microsoft, in Win 10 any USB CDC devices should 'just work' without drivers. I guess that's not actually the case then?
In the device manager, what does it say next to the STM32 device?
My son upgraded from 8.1 to 10. No driver (re)install, everything is fine.
Upgraded from 8.1 to 10 64-bit.
Connected pico, and able to connect on com3, the version 1v79.
Upgraded to 1v80 and connected com3.
Win10 64 bit. Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro. Driver error. see screenshot. Installed driver http://www.st.com/web/en/catalog/tools/PF257938. Same error.
Hum, it's working fine for me on Win10.
I mean, the computer itself has all sorts of problems it's never had before...
But Espruino is working fine. I may have had to reinstall the driver (I did, it didn't work, and then I plugged the Espruino into a winxp box and it did the same thing - it was the save bug, so I reflashed firmware and it worked. )
Thx all for the answer. I've connected an original epruino board. It works !
Tried several picos. No luck. I'm going to test it with a different computer with win8.1.
Upgraded the pico on a win8.1 station to espruino 1.80.
Now my win10 notebook has no problem. detecting it.
Ok, thanks for the update! Please can some of you give this a try and confirm it? That a Pico with an older firmware doesn't work, but it does work with new 1v80 firmware?
Windows 10 working perfectly here. I had to install the ST VCP drivers (v1.3.1) but, since then, both normal operation and firmware update work fine. I wonder if v1.4.0 of the driver is to blame? I have some recollection of having to use the older version on Windows 8.1 too.
Yes the firmware update mode also doesn't worked for me on win10.
I'm having this issue too, I don't currently have access to a non Win 10 machine. I've just got my pico in the mail so it kinda sucks that I can't do anything with it yet. Am I correct to assume that I just need to update the firmware from a different device to get it to work?
Currently using a Windows 10 64 bit machine with a Pico running 80. No issues to report.
I've attached the working driver here.
Woops, seems I forgot to install the driver that was linked in the quick start! Terribly sorry about that. Seems to be working properly now.
Shame that Windows 10 still needs drivers though. There was a Microsoft knowledgebase article saying it didn't :(
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