Ok I just got my Micro the other day and got around to setting it up and I cannot upload a sketch.
I have an Uno R3, it works fine
I installed the driver from the arduino-1.0.3 driver folder. All seemed well. I checked which COM it was, all good. Start the arduino software, select micro, COMx, open blink, compile, upload. All goes well at first, then it just stalls where it normally stalls for a second at the end but in this case that 1 second is more like 5 minutes. Then I get the "problem uploading to board" Error and it says
Binary sketch size: 4,830 bytes (of a 28,672 byte maximum)
Found programmer: Id = "BpŸ"; type =
Software Version = ; Hardware Version =
avrdude: error: buffered memory access not supported. Maybe it isn't
a butterfly/AVR109 but a AVR910 device?
I have tried changing usb ports. I have tried resetting and letting go afer the upload starts. I've searched the arduino forums and they pretty much suggested to do what I have done or go ask at Adafruit (which is where I got it). Not having much luck.
It is running the lil Italian test sketch in the serial monitor, before and after my fails. So it seems to be working. The underside blue is lit, pin 13 is doing an blink type thing, and I get a RX blink once every 5 or 6 seconds but not TX except when it disconnects and reconnects, then I get both lit solid briefly. Otherwise, I get no love from RX or TX. Looks like it tries fails waits tries fails waits etc etc then just gives up after so many tries. With my Uno I get fast blinks when I'm sending or receiving. But these are slow and like a couple hundred micro seconds.
Any help would be much appreciated.