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Old 05-27-2010, 09:29 AM   #3421 (permalink)
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Oh yes, my control board works too (I suppose). Connected it to computer via serial cable and RTD explorer did show moving lines and data.

I can confirm that programming an empty ATmega168 works with selfmade STK200 paraller port programmer. You can find schematics at LancOS Home Page. I used PonyProg for reading/writing the firmware and avrdude for fuse settings. PonyProg worked fine with fuses too, I realized that later, heheh. I didn't know that fuse settings of ATmega168 were not included in .hex -file. I have no idea if they can even be included with files. I had to set them myself. Paul helped me with that. Thanks a lot.

I'll grab a screenshot of PonyProg with correct fuse settings later today. It should help everybody trying to use PonyProg in fuse programming. All these fuses were new to me and I didn't find any info about them from wiki. Time to update wiki with fuse settings also?

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