"C:/Program Files (x86)/Arduino/Arduino ERW 1.0.1c/drivers/DriverHelper.exe" this exe reads the inf files to make the driver list, selects between 86 or 64 bits and installs the drivers via devcon. And in the end throws a "driver detection" command to force windows to re-detect devices
Many users have had trouble getting the nRF24L01 modules to work. Many times the problem is that the 3.3V Power to the module does not have enough current capability, or current surges cause problems. Here are suggestions: ...
... Connect a .3.3 uF to 10 uF (MicroFarad) capacitor directly on the module from +3.3V to Gnd (Watch + and - !) [Some users say 10 uF or more..] A separate 3.3V power supply (Maybe this one? http://yourduino.com/sunshop2/index.php?l=product_detail&p=206 ) A YourDuinoRobo1 http://yourduino.com/sunshop2/index.php?l=product_detail&p=225 Arduino compatible, which has an added 3.3V regulator (But maybe add a .1 uF capacitor on the radio module). This is especially important if you are connecting the module with jumper wires. If you design a printed circuit board that the module plugs into, add .1uf and 10uf capacitors close to the GND and 3.3V pins. This is particularly noticeable when 3.3V power comes from a MEGA, Nano etc. that has only 50 ma of 3.3V power available. Newer boards like the YourDuinoRobo1 have 350 ma or more available and can run the high-power modules directly.
= Get Maniacbug's excellent RF24 Library: Download it HERE: (Click "Download ZIP" on the lower right of the page) Once you have downloaded the ZIP, you should see a folder called RF24-master.ZIP. Change the name of this file to just RF24.ZIP. Double click on the ZIP and you should see a non-ZIP folder also called RF24-master. Rename this to just RF24 as well.
= Installing New Libraries: The New, Easier way: AddLibrary.jpgArduino IDE versions 1.05, 1.63 and later now have a much easier way of adding new libraries. See the photo: In the Arduino IDE, click Sketch...ImportLibrary...AddLibrary (Add Library is at the very TOP of the list of currently installed Libraries.) Click on it and you will get a selection window. Navigate to the ZIP file or folder containing the new library and click on it. LibraryAdded.jpgIf the library is installed successfully, you will see this (right) in the lower status bar of the Arduino IDE.
Sketch ... Include Library ... Add ZIP Library
Fil ... Exempel ...(scrolla ner)... RF24
OBS! If you want to add a new library to the library system, so that it may be used by a program in an "include" statement, then put it in the libraries folder inside your Sketchbook Folder..
Installing Fritzing Please make sure your system satisfies one of these requirements: Windows - XP and up Start downloading the Fritzing package that's right for you. Unzip your Fritzing folder somewhere convenient on your hard drive. This may also be a good time for you to create a shortcut to the Fritzing application. A free unzipping program can be found here, should you need it. If you are updating your release of Fritzing, your custom files (parts and bins) are not stored with the application, so they will not be destroyed if you delete the older version of the Fritzing application folder. To start Fritzing: on Windows: double-click fritzing.exe
CAN handbook https://developer.mbed.org/handbook/CAN CAN or Controller-area Network is a bus standard designed to allow microcontrollers and devices to communicate with each other without a host computer.