- I do see a green light on the board.
- I do not get a Windows notification/sound that new hardware was installed when I plug in the USB from the board (I am using a short 6” USB cable that works with my Teensy boards).
- I cannot see the board in Windows explorer, thus it is not acting as a UF2 boot drive.
- When I am in Arduino, I only see COM1 serial port and no port is identified as the Metro M4 port.
- If I select COM1, when I try to upload a sketch I get an error.
Arduino: 1.8.19 (Windows 10), TD: 1.57, Board: "Adafruit Metro M4 (SAMD51), Enabled, 120 MHz (standard), Small (-Os) (standard), 50 MHz (standard), Arduino, Off"
Sketch uses 11076 bytes (2%) of program storage space. Maximum is 507904 bytes.
An error occurred while uploading the sketch
No device found on COM1
I also tried connecting the board to an Adruino IDE that I had setup on a Raspberry PI, but had the same issues with not finding it on a com port. I tested both IDEs with my Teensy board and was successful, so I know it is not the IDE or computer.
For some back ground, I am not an Arduino expert, but I have done extensive coding with several Teensy boards using the Arduino IDE. I also have a very strong background in electronics and software. However, this is my first time working with an Adafruit board like the Metro M4.
Maybe I am I missing something during setup or is the board DOE?