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Recently bought a nano esp32 to play around with the small size and wifi module. However I'm plagued by the No DFU capable USB device available message. exist status 74 err

My efforts and deductions:

  • I can connect to my Uno boards just fine.
  • I have reset the bootloader see here successfully, however it opens a new COM port that after reset is gone
  • Restarted the IDE, Redownloaded the IDE, made sure it's up to date
  • Tried numerous cabling (eg. cables for ssd's, charging, etc) nothing seems to work except on that one port that is opened upon the bootloader reset.
  • The arduino IDE will identify a port (in my case COM 9) and recognize it, however returns this error
  • I have done the double tap on the RST button
  • I have made sure that the esp32 is selected and the dependencies for it is installed
  • I am using just a simple web server sketch
  • As far as I can tell theres the port that its being picked up as and the actual port it should be on, however the IDE rarely detects it and if it does its only for a moment and is incredibly inconsistent

I am new to this IoT world so there's most likely an oversight on my part but please try to be kind and not stack overflow me into oblivion :D

I should note that I am just trying to upload anything to the nano esp32without this error occurring

Sketch uses 721325 bytes (22%) of program storage space. Maximum is 3145728 bytes.
Global variables use 56580 bytes (17%) of dynamic memory, leaving 271100 bytes for local variables. Maximum is 327680 bytes.
dfu-util 0.11-arduino4

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This program is Free Software and has ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY
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Cannot open DFU device 2341:0070 found on devnum 20 (LIBUSB_ERROR_NOT_FOUND)
No DFU capable USB device available
Failed uploading: uploading error: exit status 74
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  • Make sure you have the right board selected in the board selector or the Tools > Board menu.
    – tepalia
    Commented Apr 8 at 14:57
  • @tepalia, I have the correct board selected: that being Arduino ESP32 Boards
    – Nebulous
    Commented Apr 13 at 2:33

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