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Hi people!, i am not so good with electronics, but i like very much to develope soft, so i decided to build my arduino.


I build my own standAlone because here in Argentina nobody sells it. I am not so good with electronics, i prefer to develop software..

I want to show some pictures...









I Burned Bootloader Parallel perfectly... The problem is that when I want to upload a something to the Atmega, i can't.

in the console it appears this message: "Programmer is not responding."



I don't know where did I made the mistake, but if somebody could tell me, I would apreciate it.

I made everything accord with this schematic:








sorry for my poor english..

Luciano

edit: i am working on Windows xp
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I just got my Arduino today, so I didn't know this at first either, but you're supposed to reset the atmega right before you "upload" your code to the atmega.
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