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'[AVR:] ATmega162 programming...?AVRisp? (wroking)'
2004\04\23@012932 by Kevin Olalde

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I can't find my original post, but I seem to remember saying something
about triple checking my connections.  Sometimes quadruple checking is
in order.  After another half hour searching various places for hints
(Atmel docs, AVRfreaks, google...) and getting more and more indications
this should "just work", I pulled all the wiring apart and started
again.  Along the way I found a loose connection.

In case you're interested:

* the 162 comes from the factory with the fuse set for the internal
oscillator, which works just fine with the AVRisp
* all the ground connections on the 10 pin header need not be connected
(though it helps to have at least one connected ;-)

and it does just work.

Thanks,
Kevin

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2004\04\23@102321 by osmarcano78

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I found myself in something similar. I triple checked every connection but
didn´t take in notice that the Vdd line was unconnected, so I was losing my
time, because the AVRisp was "in the air"! After I connected everything
right things worked smooth.
Regards,
*Carlos*                        
                       
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Cc: Asunto: Re: [AVR:] ATmega162 programming...?AVRisp?  (wroking)
Fecha: 23/04/2004 01:30:39
Mensaje:

                       
                               I can't find my original post, but I seem to remember saying something
about triple checking my connections.  Sometimes quadruple checking is
in order.  After another half hour searching various places for hints
(Atmel docs, AVRfreaks, google...) and getting more and more indications
this should "just work", I pulled all the wiring apart and started
again.  Along the way I found a loose connection.

In case you're interested:

* the 162 comes from the factory with the fuse set for the internal
oscillator, which works just fine with the AVRisp
* all the ground connections on the 10 pin header need not be connected
(though it helps to have at least one connected ;-)

and it does just work.

Thanks,
Kevin

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