Is there any reason that this could not be used to flash a bootloader into a blank 328
Alright WestFW, I got the 16MHz Xtal and followed exactly the instruction and as soon as I opened the serial monitor I hit reset and I got the following output:
OptiFix Bootstrap programmer.
2011 by Bill Westfield (WestfW)
Starting Program Mode [OK]
Searching for image...
Found "optiboot_atmega328.hex" for atmega328
Start address at 7E00
Total bytes read: 508
Setting fuses for programming
Lock: 3F FFE000 Low: FF FFA000 High: DE FFA800 Ext: 5 FFA400
Programming bootloader: 512 bytes at 0x3F00
Commit Page: 3F00:3F00
Commit Page: 3F40:3F40
Commit Page: 3F80:3F80
Commit Page: 3FC0:3FC0
Restoring normal fuses
Lock: F FFE000
Type 'G' or hit RESET for next chip
can you tell me the exact problem of ArduinoISP or Optiboot?
ElectricMonk wrote:You sir, are my hero. Not only was I able to fix my UNO SMD's amnesia, I was able to burn the boot loader onto the 4 new 328's I just got
can we still forget wiring the 16Mhz crystal and two 22nf capacitors
It looked like the other, "normal" way (ArduinoISP) indeed had some reset-issues while programming. I couldn't get it to work, as others also experienced. Do you - or anyone else, for that matter - have any information about progression in that area?
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