How to Install AVR Studio 4.19 (build 730) on Windows 10
AVR Studio 4.19 (build 730) is the last version of the popular development tool for AVR microcontrollers that does not require .NET framework. It supports the entire AVR family of microcontrollers, including tinyAVR, megaAVR, picoPower, and XMEGA AVR devices. It also includes an AVR assembler and a simulator, as well as integration with third-party tools for C/C++ programming.
If you want to use AVR Studio 4.19 (build 730) on Windows 10, you may encounter some installation issues. In this article, we will show you how to install AVR Studio 4.19 (build 730) on Windows 10 and avoid common problems.
Step 1: Download AVR Studio 4.19 (build 730)
You can download AVR Studio 4.19 (build 730) from the Internet Archive, where it is preserved as a historical software. The file name is avrstudio4setup.exe and it has a size of about 150 MB.
Step 2: Run the Installer as Administrator
Before running the installer, make sure you have administrator privileges on your computer. Right-click on the avrstudio4setup.exe file and select \"Run as administrator\". This will ensure that the installer has access to all the necessary files and folders.
Step 3: Choose Custom Installation
When the installer starts, you will see a welcome screen. Click \"Next\" to continue. On the next screen, you will be asked to accept the license agreement. Read it carefully and click \"I accept\" if you agree. Then click \"Next\" again.
On the next screen, you will be asked to choose between a typical or a custom installation. We recommend choosing a custom installation, as this will allow you to select which components you want to install and where you want to install them. Click \"Custom\" and then click \"Next\".
Step 4: Select Components and Destination Folder
On the next screen, you will see a list of components that are available for installation. You can check or uncheck the boxes next to each component to select or deselect them. The components are:
AVR Studio - The main IDE for AVR development.
AVR Assembler - The assembler for AVR assembly language.
AVR Simulator - The simulator for debugging AVR programs.
AVR Toolchain - The compiler and linker for C/C++ programming.
AVR Documentation - The user manuals and reference guides for AVR Studio and its components.
USB Driver - The driver for connecting AVR devices via USB.
Jungo Driver - The driver for connecting AVR devices via JTAG or ISP.
You can choose which components you want to install depending on your needs. For example, if you only plan to use assembly language, you can skip the AVR Toolchain component. If you don't have any AVR devices that use USB or JTAG/ISP interfaces, you can skip the USB Driver and Jungo Driver components.
You can also change the destination folder where AVR Studio will be installed by clicking on the \"Change...\" button next to it. By default, it is C:\\Program Files\\Atmel\\Avr Tools\\. You can choose any folder that has enough space and does not contain any special characters or spaces.
Once you have selected the components and the destination folder, click \"Next\" to continue.
Step 5: Install AVR Studio
On the next screen, you will see a summary of your installation choices. Review them carefully and click \"Install\" to start the installation process. This may take several minutes depending on your computer speed and the components you have selected.
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