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    Dear Kinova,
    We’ve a Mico 2 arm, and we have problem with it.
    We cannot comunicate with this arm via USB neither in windows nor in linux.
    The device is correctly recognised by the PC, but usign the GUI we are not able to communicate with it.
    If we run one of the example programs, or if we try to upgrade the firmare the usb bus is detected with random symbols.
    How can we fix it?

    Best Regards



    We are having this problem as well, but with a JACO2 arm. Did you figure anything out?

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