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TOPIC: nanoAVR DL Refresh DSP Program: how long it takes?

nanoAVR DL Refresh DSP Program: how long it takes? 4 weeks 1 day ago #44058

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Brand new nanoAVR DL. Just installed the plugin. Connected the plugin to the box via USB from Windows. Clicked Refresh DSP Program. It's been sitting there doing apparently nothing for a really long time, maybe 10 minutes.

How long does it take to complete normally?

BTW, the user interface is not helpful. There's no sign whatsoever of progress. The user has no clue whether the plugin is actually doing something, or it's stuck. It's like a browser where the download has no progress bar.

Please add some kind of progress bar to this thing.

I am going to leave it "running" like this for an hour or so, hopefully it will get unstuck.
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nanoAVR DL Refresh DSP Program: how long it takes? 4 weeks 1 day ago #44060

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The little Bridge window is stuck on:

Device Found.
Write sth to dsp 630

Nothing changes. It's just those two lines.
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nanoAVR DL Refresh DSP Program: how long it takes? 4 weeks 1 day ago #44061

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This happens if I plug the nanoAVR into the USB3 ports on my PC. The connection gets stuck immediately.

If I plug it into a USB2 port, the plugin works fine. I was able to use several functions on the plugin, while the nanoAVR was connected via USB2, and everything seems fine.
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