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   *  **First download the appropriate Arduino package at the Arduino.cc website: https://​www.arduino.cc/​en/​Main/​Software**   *  **First download the appropriate Arduino package at the Arduino.cc website: https://​www.arduino.cc/​en/​Main/​Software**
-  * If using Arduino 1.6.6 or higher and windows - download, unzipand run "​Install Drivers" ​from here: https://​github.com/​digistump/​DigistumpArduino/​releases/​download/​1.6.7/​DigistumpDrivers.zip+  * If using Arduino 1.6.6 or higher and windows - you will need to download ​and install the drivers manually. Download, unzip and run "​Install Drivers" ​(on 32bit systems) ​ or "​DPInst64"​ (on 64bit systems). If you get stuck, try following the steps [[https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=MmDBvgrYGZs|shown in this YouTube video]]. The driver files are located ​here: https://​github.com/​digistump/​DigistumpArduino/​releases/​download/​1.6.7/​Digistump.Drivers.zip
   *  **Install or Unzip the Arduino application.**   *  **Install or Unzip the Arduino application.**
   *  **Run the Arduino application.**   *  **Run the Arduino application.**
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   * Pin 0 -> I2C SDA, PWM (LED on Model B)   * Pin 0 -> I2C SDA, PWM (LED on Model B)
   * Pin 1 -> PWM (LED on Model A)   * Pin 1 -> PWM (LED on Model A)
-  * Pin 2 -> I2C SCK, Analog+  * Pin 2 -> I2C SCK, Analog ​In
   * Pin 3 -> Analog In (also used for USB+ when USB is in use)   * Pin 3 -> Analog In (also used for USB+ when USB is in use)
   * Pin 4 -> PWM, Analog (also used for USB- when USB is in use)   * Pin 4 -> PWM, Analog (also used for USB- when USB is in use)
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 **WINDOWS:​** **WINDOWS:​**
- +  ​* **Did you install the right driver?​** ​ 
-  ​* **Did you install the driver?**+  * Try following the [[https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=MmDBvgrYGZs|steps shown in this video]], as it addresses most of the problems encountered during the driver installation on Windows, including needing to run a different installer on 64 bit versions of windows, and how to finish installing the drivers without having to plug and unplug your digispark multiple times.  ​
   * For the example programs if you are getting "​Device not found" even after installing the DigiUSB driver in the examples folder then try this: http://​digistump.com/​board/​index.php/​topic,​257.0.html   * For the example programs if you are getting "​Device not found" even after installing the DigiUSB driver in the examples folder then try this: http://​digistump.com/​board/​index.php/​topic,​257.0.html
   * If Windows does not recognize a "​DigiUSB"​ but a generic "​HID-compliant device"/"​USB Input Device"​ pair, go to the Device Manager, find in the "Human Interface Devices"​ category the USB Input Device with a vendor ID of 0x16C0 and select "​update driver"​ / "​browse my computer"​ / "let me pick from a list" and the DigiUSB should show up there.   * If Windows does not recognize a "​DigiUSB"​ but a generic "​HID-compliant device"/"​USB Input Device"​ pair, go to the Device Manager, find in the "Human Interface Devices"​ category the USB Input Device with a vendor ID of 0x16C0 and select "​update driver"​ / "​browse my computer"​ / "let me pick from a list" and the DigiUSB should show up there.
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