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CTazi
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Failing to install /update drivers for Galileo Gen 2 for Arduino IDE

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Hi,

I installed intelArduino 1.6.0 for windows and connected the Galileo Gen 2 Board, however i failed to update galileo's drivers in device manager (Windows 8.1). The error im getting says,"the hash for the file is not present in the specified catalog. The file is likely corrupt or a victim of tampering."

Similarly I tried with Arduino 1.6.3 for windows and the drivers can not be detected in the hardware path specified.

How do i rectify this?

And the board is showing in the Arduino Boards menu ,but the Port is greyed out and if I try to upload a sketch it gives an error and takes forever loading. Please be of assistance.

Thank you

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FTinetti
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Hi ctaz,

Please follow the steps starting at https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-galileo-board-assembly IoT - Intel® Galileo Board Assembly using Arduino* | Intel® Developer Zone and tell me where the failure appears.

HTH,

Fernando.

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FTinetti
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Hi ctaz,

Please follow the steps starting at https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-galileo-board-assembly IoT - Intel® Galileo Board Assembly using Arduino* | Intel® Developer Zone and tell me where the failure appears.

HTH,

Fernando.

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CTazi
Novice
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Hi ,

Thank you for your response and the link, however that is where i got the installer for intelArduino, im yet to install the independent drivers of the board though to see if they will work , as it is im still getting driver errors when i try to browse for them manually. I was hoping they'd be another way of solving this without upgrading the firmware

FTinetti
Honored Contributor I
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ctaz wrote:

Hi ,

Thank you for your response and the link, however that is where i got the installer for intelArduino, im yet to install the independent drivers of the board though to see if they will work , as it is im still getting driver errors when i try to browse for them manually. I was hoping they'd be another way of solving this without upgrading the firmware

If the installer failed, follow the suggestion in the same link, i.e.:

"If you encounter an error using the installer or have a 32-bit Windows system, you can still install the drivers and Arduino manually. Start with https://software.intel.com/en-us/installing-drivers-and-updating-firmware-for-arduino-windows Installing drivers and updating firmware for Arduino on a system with Windows*."

go on the manual installation, please follow the instructions therein and let me know the result.

HTH,

Fernando.

CTazi
Novice
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hi,

The drivers have installed successfully ,thank you for your help .

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