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Old 10-09-2008, 05:16 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Magister View Post

By default the brownout voltage is set to 2.7V which is way too low. The only solution is to adjust the value to 4.3V (change high_fuses to 0xDC) and re-burn the bootloader. I did it with the "parallel programmer".

Now I have never had a reset or bad flash again. Maybe this is part of the problem of some people in this thread.
Changing this brownout voltage, means what? That it will retain memory upon a brownout?

How do you make this parallel programmer, I have cords and extra sockets for the 128.
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