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I am attempting to build a small PCB with an AT90USB162.  It is used in teensy 1.0 and I have downloaded teensyduino.  I currently have an AVR STK526 that I am using to try to program the chip.  http://www.atmel.com/Images/doc7709.pdf  From here I can get the pin out that I currently have.



When I try to burn the bootloader it says that the connection is not established, when I try to establish a connection, it does not recognize the reset pushbutton.

Quenstions:
1.   I would like buy chips individually and program them, so what I want first is a bootloader, yes?
2.   Where could I find the pinout (from the software end) to program the chip if the teensy has no parrallel port?
3.   I have a com port and a Serial port that could both connect to the SUB-D9 connector on the board I have, which one should I use?
4.   Is there another board or method, intermediary step, ect. that I should take?

Corrections and suggestions appreciated.

Thanks
Nick


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