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thanks for that link coding badly. i found it very informative. it explains why i didnt see a huge difference between 115k and 230k. at least not like the 100x-200x usbasp speed improvement i got with the version of avrdude bill perry built for me.

ps too bad he didnt include 57k. that might have been interesting too.
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thanks for that link coding badly.

You are welcome.

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it explains why i didnt see a huge difference between 115k and 230k.

Should have seen some improvement (up to 24%).

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at least not like the 100x-200x usbasp speed improvement i got with the version of avrdude bill perry built for me.

Skipping FFs?
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yeah. it has already saved me literally man-days of staring at that cursed progress bar.

as far as the baud rate, more like 20% in my case. the difference between 5sec and 6sec is not noticeable to me.
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Thanks Coded Badly!

   I installed the 500,000 baud bootloader on two Uno's. The bootload went perfectly, and I couldn't be happier!  I loaded the blink without delay sketch in a couple seconds! I know that is a small sketch but, it did seem to load a lot faster.  If one's and zero's made noise, the best way to describe it was WAAAMMM done!


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