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June 5, 2010
News - SparkFun in MicroCenter
about 4 years ago
i went to my local microcenter and i asked for an arduino. first it was $13 more expensive two they didn’t know what an arduino was. i didn’t buy it there and order one from an internet store near my house and went to pick it up
about 5 years ago
Saddly you can’t bitbang these easy.
if you are confortable with soldering you can try get a avr programer such as the USBtinyISP from Adafruit or get one from sparkfun such as the STK500 USB Programmer and use the arduino IDE to reprogram Bootloader
Quote: when was the last time you managed to destroy an ATmega328 and needed to repair an Arduino board?
my answer: about half a project ago
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