Nano already has a crystal.
Yeah, it has a pretty tiny one. I was mostly just asking I guess if my crystal was bad?
I would try just selecting board type Nano in the IDE and then reburning the original bootlaoder, which also sets the fuses.
When I do that, I still get the same error.
You may have to add a line or two to programmers.txt for the IDE to recognize your programmer.
Or, maybe just select another programmer that also uses stk500v2.
Or, maybe someone else who has that programmer will help out here.
Well, see I've been using avrdude on the command line in Windows and in Linux without a problem the past few days, then next thing I know I play with the fuse settings and the thing doesn't work...
I'll try adding my programmer though, I tried using this source (http://hblok.net/blog/posts/2012/07/02/burning-a-bootloader-with-the-stk500v2/
) and I don't think that seemed to work on Windows...
Basically, even if I use avrdude on the command line in Linux I still get the "Yikes! Device Signature 0x000000" error even though I know my programmer works on Linux. >_<