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Member Since: March 14, 2010

Country: United States

  • Thank you phoddaniel and BeagleBoy; very helpful instructions. However, when I completed all these steps, I got a dialog box saying that this version of Windows (7, x64) will not run drivers that are not digitally signed. Help?
    Edit: Nevermind, I didn't read all the comments. Drivers successfully installed. Now I just have to figure out why avrdude can't find the device.

  • I have successfully programmed my Atmega8 with the pocket programmer after including -F and scrapping the -B 1 as suggested in earlier posts, changing the command to:
    avrdude -F -c usbtiny -p atmega8 -U flash:w:main.hex
    Programming has worked fine from the command line, but I haven't been able to connect AVR Studio directly--any pro tips on that? I'm trying to increase the clock speed for finer servo control.

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