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This issue is caused by the CDC driver not being updated. Try with the following steps:
- Right click on “CDC Driver” and choose Update Driver Software.
- Choose the option “Browse my computer for driver software.”
- In the next Window choose “Intel Corporation” under the Manufacturer column and “Galileo” under the Model column.
- Click “Next “and then “Yes”
Let us know your results. If you continue to see issues, please post screenshots of your progress.
Ya lo había solucionado de esta manera, igual muchas gracias espero que otras personas puedan sacar provecho de esto.
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Thank you for letting us know you managed to resolve this issue. If you have any other issues with your board in the future don’t hesitate to contact us back.
That helped me a lot.
I tryed to instal the driver again before with no result. But now the Galileo is detected correctly.
After a reboot it takes a little time and the Galileo runs the old sketch again.
Unfortunately the rebooted sketch has some issues with the "analogRead()" command. When uploaded it works correctly, but after a reboot i get only the value "0".
No, my initial problem is solved. I stard a new thred then.