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1  Using Arduino / Installation & Troubleshooting / Can't upload to Arduino Micro on: December 06, 2012, 10:21:12 am
After learning the Arduino UNO Rev 3, I tried uploading a sketch to a Micro. That results in a "Problem uploading to board" error.
The Micro shows up in my Device Manager, Rx light flashs (not the Tx light however), "Micro" is selected as the board under "Tools", and the correct COM port is selected. New drivers from Arduino 1.0.2 installed OK.
Here's the error message when trying to upload "Blink":

Binary sketch size: 4,816 bytes (of a 28,672 byte maximum)
Found programmer: Id = "BtË"; type =
   Software Version = . ; Hardware Version = .
avrdude: error: buffered memory access not supported. Maybe it
isn't
a butterfly/AVR109 but a AVR910 device?

Any help uploading to a Micro is appreciated!
John
2  Using Arduino / Installation & Troubleshooting / Re: Basic question on: December 04, 2012, 08:09:36 am
Thanks guys. I'm guessing the answer is "no", for being able to somehow determine what sketch is loaded in the R3.
If I could see the code that is in my Arduino, I could fix it.
I'll have to recreate my code and try uploading that.
Thanks!
3  Using Arduino / Installation & Troubleshooting / Basic question on: December 03, 2012, 07:12:39 am
I'm new to Arduino, and wonder if it is possible to "read" the sketch that is in an Arduino Uno R3?
My first program worked fine until the Arduino and accessories were finally packaged, but now there appears to be some other program running in it.
Attempts to put my known, good sketch in the Uno don't change it. However, the "blink" sketch does load and run fine.
I'd like to see if the sketch in the R3 is the same as my "good" sketch. Is that possible?
Thanks!
John
4  Using Arduino / General Electronics / Re: DIP Solder header still in use? on: November 18, 2012, 07:50:39 pm
I'm new to the forum, and hope I'm not hijacking this thread, but have a relevant question:
If I want to solder wires directly to the Arduino Uno permanently, how do I remove the headers?
Hot air desoldering tool?
Thanks!
John
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