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By: Anonymous: folsompoint () on Thursday, June 16 2011 @ 05:59 AM PDT (Read 2756 times)  
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I am attempting to program an attiny2313 and i finally got the damn Arduino as ISP right, and finally got the steps right for applying 0 then 30-5.5v on the attiny2313 then programming within the next 300 microseconds.
Whenever i run the try programming the attiny2313, avrdude runs and completes its program and whatnot, but then it said "verification error: mismatch on 0x00000" and some other things. I think this means that it did not correctly write to the flash on the attiny2313.

i used the correct code to write to the Arduino, with the programmer as: avrsip; the device as: attiny2313; port as: com3; and writing: flash:w:larsonextend.hex

http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,64149.new.html#new






       
   
By: Windell (offline) on Thursday, June 16 2011 @ 09:47 AM PDT  
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I am attempting to program an attiny2313 and i finally got the damn Arduino as ISP right, and finally got the steps right for applying 0 then 30-5.5v on the attiny2313 then programming within the next 300 microseconds.



Are you using the ISP Shield? It sounds like you're still having significant issues with your ISP setup-- not sure this falls under Larson Scanner support....


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By: karlbyoung (offline) on Monday, April 23 2012 @ 12:39 PM PDT  
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folsompoint --

This problem you describe sounds very similar to one I'm having. Did you ever get a resolution?

Thanks in advance.

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By: karlbyoung (offline) on Monday, April 23 2012 @ 10:45 PM PDT  
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Never mind -- found the issue in my circuit. In this case, faulty soldering.

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