Here we assume that you have an Arduino Nano board, a computer with Windows operating system, and a standard USB cable (A plug to Mini-B plug). We will show you how to easily make your Nano board work for you.
There is actually a very good tutorial on Arduino’s website: “Getting Started with Arduino on Windows”. It includes more details than this instruction. So if you need to dig in further, we suggest you follow the link to that tutorial.
The simple steps to make your Nano board work are:
1. Download the Arduino software (IDE, or Integrated Development Environment).
In our case, we only need to download and run Windows Installer and follow the pop up instructions. When asked if you want to install the Arduino driver, just press Yes.
2. Connect your Arduino Nano board to your computer.
In this step, Windows should automatically find the…
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