I can see from the image you are not providing a clock signal and do not have a crystal or resonator connected to the target.
If you have a crystal or resonator, this is the time to add them to your breadboard.
If you do not have a crystal or resonator, the Uno can be configured to output an appropriate clock signal which is then fed into the XTAL1 pin on the target.
I'm trying to burn the 8MHz bootloader, so i don't need the crystal.
Has this chip been programmed before? what fuse setting are in the chip before you started?
What do you mean for fuse setting?
Using an Arduino Uno, you can program your 8 or 16 MHz AVR with a bootloader or directly with any other hex file (you do not really need a bootloader for most applications) by following the steps of this tutorial: http://pdp11.byethost12.com/AVR/ArduinoAsProgrammer.htm
I'll try, thank you :-)