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I'm having a problem in compiling the example ScanNetwork codes in arduino it brings up an error that states "SPI.h: No such file or directory." Now I added an SPI folder in the libraries but after verifying it shows another error. I did the same thing to others but the compiler is looking for more and more files. What can I do? By the way, I'm using a Gizduino+ w/ ATmega644.

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    Sounds like your Arduino install is broken or incomplete. – Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams Jul 21 '15 at 1:11
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    You shouldn't need to add an SPI folder. SPI comes as default, unless you are using an unusual installation. Perhaps post a link to the Gizduino installation you are using, and the ScanNetwork library. – Nick Gammon Jul 21 '15 at 2:04
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"SPI.h: No such file or directory." Now I added an SPI folder in the libraries but after verifying it shows another error. I did the same thing to others but the compiler is looking for more and more files. What can I do? By the way, I'm using a Gizduino+ w/ ATmega644.

Did you check the product web-page for the IDE patch. You must install the core for this Arduino clone. There might be some issues with which version of the IDE to use and what version of the library. Check the product web-page for more details.

Your question is too product specific and this is not that type of support page.

Cheers!

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Just try by importing the SPI library to your code. near the import statements.

#include <SPI.h>

if problem still exists try re installing your Arduino IDE with latest stable version.

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