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NXT Firmware Update & Arduino IDE Issues (Renamed) 
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Post Re: NXT Firmware Update & Arduino IDE Issues (Renamed)
We only simple run the provided NI installer - our installer doesn't do much other than call it (with the pass through elevated privileges).

I've brought this issue up to NI to see what their thoughts are in terms of a potential fix... but everyone's so focused on EV3 anymore, I don't know if anything will happen.

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Post Re: NXT Firmware Update & Arduino IDE Issues (Renamed)
Thank you, thank you, thank you! First attempt to upgrade to 1.31 hung, dead brick. Followed instructions. Saved me. Have now updated from 1.0 to 1.31.


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Post Re: NXT Firmware Update & Arduino IDE Issues (Renamed)
Hello!
I have this exact same problem as you described in this feed. I am running RobotC 3.62 on a Windows 8 computer. I try to follow the instructions that you described, but when I get when I search the C:/Windows/Inf directory it comes up with no results. I am totally stumped, as your instructions don't mention this happening. Anyone know what I'm doing wrong?


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I also searched the entire PC for the ID, and still came up with nothing. What should I do?


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Post Re: NXT Firmware Update & Arduino IDE Issues (Renamed)
Detail instructions on how to fix this in two different ways can be found in this thread.
viewtopic.php?f=14&t=7133


Mon Feb 09, 2015 11:24 pm
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Post Re: NXT Firmware Update & Arduino IDE Issues (Renamed)
I'm having the same issue but the fix doesn't work for me. When I search for the Inf files I find Oem33.inf and oem121.inf. I try to delete both and then uninstall the brick. When I plug the brick back in it installs once again as the bossa device and the inf files return to the folder. I tried to rename the files to .bak but the unaltered files would still return to the folder. How can I just delete the inf files for all of eternity? Why are they reappearing in the folder?


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Post Re: NXT Firmware Update & Arduino IDE Issues (Renamed)
Read the link three posts up. It described two different ways to fix the problem. It sounds like you did not completely clean out the "Bossa" device. In that case, it may be easier for you to use Option A.


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MHTS, A HUGE THANK YOU from me. I thought I had accidentally bricked my NXT for good! Funny thing is that I haven't installed or used anything to do with arduino.
By the way, I'm on windows 10. Either way, thank you so much for your detailed solution!


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Post Re: NXT Firmware Update & Arduino IDE Issues (Renamed)
pkvk9122 wrote:
Funny thing is that I haven't installed or used anything to do with arduino.

It just means you have another device that shared the same device ID as the NXT Mindstorms Firmware update device. Whatever that is, the same steps should be able to fix it (i.e. identify the device, uninstall/remove it from the system).


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