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Topic: Strange problem uploading a sketch after flashing bootloader (Read 855 times) previous topic - next topic


Hi all,

I've run into a rather strange problem. If I re-flash the bootloader on my UNO R3 board (using the stock Optiboot that comes with IDE version 1.0.2), then try to upload a sketch, it fails with this message:

[font=monospace]Binary sketch size: 6,268 bytes (of a 32,256 byte maximum)
avrdude: verification error, first mismatch at byte 0x0000
         0x0c != 0xff
avrdude: verification error; content mismatch[/font]

A hex dump of the flash memory shows the difference:

[font=monospace]root@michael:~/Documents# diff fail.hex good.hex
> :200000000C94F2000C941A010C941A010C941A010C941A010C941A010C941A010C941A0131
> :200020000C941A010C941A010C941A010C941A010C941A010C941A010C941A010C941A01E8
> :200040000C9485080C941A010C94C6090C940D0A0C941A010C941A010C941A010C941A01A6
> :200060000C941A010C941A010D0A002020002D2000202020202020202020202B30202B314F[/font]

It seems as though the first 128 bytes are not being programmed.

However, clicking "Upload" again succeeds.

I tried it on three different UNO boards and they all do the same thing.

By the way, if it matters, I reflash the bootloader with an AVRISP MKII programmer.

Also, here are the fuse settings that I use:


Anyone have any ideas - I would appreciate it.

-- Roger
Gentlemen may prefer Blondes, but Real Men prefer Redheads!

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