simpleavr 399 Posted November 30, 2010 Share Posted November 30, 2010 What chips are those? AVRs? I've never seen chips piggybacked like that. from my vusbtiny project if you are using vusbtiny to flash 8 pin AVR devices, you can just press your target device on top of the programmer device. the programmer had been designed so that the programming pins matches w/ targets. there is one trick though, you will need to isolate pin 2 and 3 on the programmer mcu, as they are the USB D+ and D- pins connecting to the PC. i use a cut of scotch tape to achieve this, you can see it on the photos. show below is a tiny13v "riding" on the tiny45, ready to receive firmware. there is even a "video", u'll have to find it yourself, can't give detail here, after all this is 430 land. Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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