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'[AVR]: Help with a one-time programming of a AT90S'
2003\03\14@072022 by

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Hi.
I'v got the need of geeting a HEX file into a AT90S4433-8PC.
Anyone having a programmer for these chips that would like
to make a few $'ars ? If you happen to have one of these chips
laying around, I could also buy that one directly from you.

Someone in Sweden might be best, but it's not a prerequisite.

I don't want to build a programmer just for a one time programming...

Second thought, can anyone point me at some simple (DYI) programmer
for the AVR's ? (I have built and am using the Wisp628 for PIC's, so
something like that would be just fine.)

Regards
Jan-Erik Söderholm

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2003\03\14@075724 by Jinx

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www.atmel.com/atmel/products/prod203.htm

Get astudio3.exe and asmpack.exe for Win applications. I also
use a small program called fbprg.exe. It's a 3rd party DOS program
that you can use with Notepad and a very simple programmer board.
Quick and easy to use. Last person I passed this on to said he had
it built and working in 10 minutes

asmpack is a self-extracting file that, amongst other things, contains
wavrasm.exe version 1.30, which you need to assemble text into the
hex file. I haven't yet needed to use astudio.exe, which is a simulator

fbprg originally came from here, but it 404s now ;-(

http://member.netease.com/~tominfo/index.htm

You may have to Google for it

Another simple programmer, also does Tiny

http://jaichi.virtualave.net/avr-prog-e.htm

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2003\03\14@081629 by

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Thanks !

The first (atmel) link don't work.

The "jaichi" link does work, but the programmer there
just program up to 1K code, then it costs $20...

Jan-Erik.

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2003\03\14@083258 by Katinka Mills

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Go to  http://www.kaqelectronics.dyndns.org/avr/Aispcable.html

the parallel port version is just a 74hc244 and a few passives.

Regards,

Kat. (who is at long last part of the AVR web ring now I need to get
cracking on some designs)
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2003\03\14@090516 by

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Hi !

After searching a bit I also found something called
"PonyProg" at : http://www.lancos.com/prog.html
that looks promising. Anyone used it ?

I think I have enugh now to experiment with...

Thanks all !

Jan-Erik.

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2003\03\14@121505 by Marcelo Puhl

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On 14 Mar 2003 at 13:19, QAC wrote:

> Second thought, can anyone point me at some simple (DYI) programmer
> for the AVR's ? (I have built and am using the Wisp628 for PIC's, so
> something like that would be just fine.)
>

The simplest AVR programmer you can find is the good old AT-PROG.
It is just a paralel cable with some resistors. Google for it.

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