Only if you could get it to connect correctly in Windows - but then you wouldn't need this fix. Once the fix is done the first time you can program through Windows later. You can either install Linux which very easily will setup a dual boot for you, or you could try to run it from a live CD instead of installing it. Not sure how well that would work but it might be possible.

Recommended Ubuntu 10 LTS and NOT Ubuntu 11. Goodluck.

On 5/21/2012 6:37 PM, asynchronous13 [via Gumstix] wrote:
> These changes solved my Windows hanging problem as well.

I'm having this same problem, but I do not have easy access to a linux
machine. Do I have any options to fix this using only Windows?

-Phillip

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