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    Tried ver 4 dev and ver 4 .3 beta for all tests . and same failure on all modules .
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    I could try on my laptop win10 but realistically prefer Win 7 .

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    Also something fishy with your Github link for these .bins. I had to login to see and download them . Never had to do that before ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angus40 View Post
    I could try on my laptop win10 but realistically prefer Win 7 .
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    Also something fishy with your Github link for these .bins. I had to login to see and download them . Never had to do that before ever.
    Hmmm.. I don't have any windows 7 machines to test, but shouldn't be any issues I know of. Could you try it on your windows 10 build? Also, are they 32bit or 64bit systems? As for the GitHub login thing, they require it for artifact downloads which is where the CI builds are stored.
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    all are 64 bit os. Regretting opening laptop lol. waiting.......... for updates . Part of the reason i never use it . Every time I do ,its hurry up and wait.

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    voila Esp32 devkit , worked first try in win 10 .
    Last edited by angus40; 10-21-2021 at 08:55 PM.

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    Esp32 cam , first try Win 10 .

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    Quote Originally Posted by sporadic View Post
    Hmmm.. I don't have any windows 7 machines to test, but shouldn't be any issues I know of. Could you try it on your windows 10 build? Also, are they 32bit or 64bit systems? As for the GitHub login thing, they require it for artifact downloads which is where the CI builds are stored.
    All modules test and work with Win 10 . This was a good learn . You may want to note this .
    The ui seems perfect . Great stuff !

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    Quote Originally Posted by angus40 View Post
    All modules test and work with Win 10 . This was a good learn . You may want to note this .
    The ui seems perfect . Great stuff !
    Good to hear, thanks. Not sure what's going on with Windows 7, I'll have to look into it. A note with these ESP32-CAM boards with the USB mother / flash board. It's not exactly the best design. I had to force the DTR and RTS lines low in PlatformIO for the serial monitor to work, and they won't reset into flash mode with a SD card inserted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sporadic View Post
    Good to hear, thanks. Not sure what's going on with Windows 7, I'll have to look into it. A note with these ESP32-CAM boards with the USB mother / flash board. It's not exactly the best design. I had to force the DTR and RTS lines low in PlatformIO for the serial monitor to work, and they won't reset into flash mode with a SD card inserted.
    Out of curiosity, is this still an issue with the units if not attached to the usb/mother flash boards? As in powered directly on the main board instead? I haven't tested them yet, but planning on hitting up the electronics components store today to get everything I need for the build. The design was a bit goofy beyond flashing with the bottom board. If it's sitting in it, there's not much real estate to actually attach anything to the pins.

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