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  1. Thank you Flyline. I am kind of disappointed to learn that my latest investment , the MX7 chipkit, requires me to remove a tiny resistor in order for it to work with Arduino IDE. Thanks a lot for your knowledge sharing.
  2. Hi JC Thanks for taking time to help out. It was a new board and I am only using Arduino IDE1.68 for MX7. So I assumed the bootloader is still in it. Do you know any document that might have document R159? I am still wondering why it has to be removed. Good Day,
  3. Hi Flyline: Thanks a lot for your replying, I was going to try it out immediately until I read to your step 2. I got this new purchased board, all things arrived as default. Therefore: Q1: How do you learn about the R159 needed to be removed? BTW, your attached PDF file was very helpful and thoughtful. Without that, it would take me only a night to find where is the R159. R159 is a soldered in resistor, done byt the factory. It is very tiny, I have no problem to remove it except chances are I will also remove the components around it. That will ended up another troubleshooti
  4. OS: Windows 7 64 bit. Arduino: v1.68 , , HW: ChipKit Pro MX7 (new purchased) Following the "Auto Install via URL inside the Arduino IDE" (http://chipkit.net/wiki/index.php?title=ChipKIT_core) to install the ChipKit Core kit for the Arduino IDE. Running the "Blink" sketch. Error: "No Target Found" (Programmer for Microchip PIC32 microcontrollers, Version 2.0.186 No target found. Copyright: (C) 2011-2015 Serge Vakulenko) Can you advise if my wiring from PC to MX7 is correct? I use USB to MicroUSB cable to the Port on the MX7 labeled as "UART". J3 has UART pin sho