Atmel Studio 7.0.2542 - Not working

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Hello,

I just moved to the last version of Atmel Studio and it's not working for me.

When I load projects done with precedent versions of Atmel Studio and I move to Atmel Start, no matter what I do there if I try to generate the project the IDE simply explode and restart.

It seems working for project generated with this version.

 

I'm completely blocked, please someone help.

 

Cheers,

Filo  

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fcampanini wrote:
It seems working for project generated with this version.

Which version?

 

fcampanini wrote:
if I try to generate the project the IDE simply explode and restart.

Post a screenshot of the explosion.  We are not mindreaders

 

Did the newer version of Studio ask if you wanted to update your project(s) to teh latest version?  If it did, did you allow teh update?

 

JIm

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fcampanini wrote:
When I load projects done with precedent versions of Atmel Studio and I move to Atmel Start

What if you leave START out of it?

 

ie, is it START that's messing things up?

 

 

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