Blancman, what did you do to get around the “Serial is not a type” errors from your earlier post?
I’m running into the same thing and the “upload to programmer” won’t work until I can get it to compile.
I’m trying to load the GOLF 0.27 firmware using a 64 bit Windows 10 system and using the included USBTinyISP and the suggested 32bit driver from Adafruit also using the Arduino 1.60 IDE… with the Arduino Uno selected as the Board… and the Programmer set to USBtinyISP.
Right off when I Open and Verify the Sketches I get a Low Memory error.
Then if ignore that message and upload the firmware using the “Upload Using Programmer” option I eventually get an AVRDUDE Verification Error.
Then the Groovesizer MB does nothing when powered through the 9 volt adapter.
I’ve checked the jumpers and they are set correctly for the Golf firmware but it’s no go.
Dead to the world.
HELP Me Please.
And I thought it would be easy to change the firmware.