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  1. Here is my environment: Windows 10 64 Energia 0101E0017 MSP430G2553 Launchpad version 1.5 I updated to Windows 10, downloaded and installed the drivers "EZ430-UART.zip" for the virtual serial port without an error message. When I plug in the Launchpad, it is recognised by the device manager as "USB serial device (COM11)". Under "Devices and printers" it is shown as "Texas Instruments MSP -FET43QUIF". Now, as long as the Launchpad is not yet plugged in, Energia works just fine. However, if the Launchpad is already plugged in when I start Energia it takes forever until the following error message appears: "Launch4j An error occured while starting the application" If you continue, the editor works normally, but the "Tools" menu reacts very, very slow (minutes!). But as soon as you unplug the Launchpad, the menu opens at once. The "Sketch" menu shows the same behaviour, but not always. To open a file takes for ever. Compilation proceeds normally, but nothing is uploaded! If you start Energia before the Launchpad is plugged in, there is no error message, Energia works fine until you plug in the Lauchpad. Then the strange behaviour as above appears. Well, it looks like a driver issue. Should I get another driver? A little help would be appreciated, Daniel
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