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pepeu

I made the changes but it's not working for me for some reason. I get the following errors:

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Arduino: 1.0.6 (Windows 7), Board: "ATtiny45 (internal 8 MHz clock)"
avrdude: please define PAGEL and BS2 signals in the configuration file for part ATtiny45
avrdude: Expected signature for ATtiny45 is 1E 92 06
         Double check chip, or use -F to override this check.


Any ideas?

Coding Badly


Erni

Wrong board selected?

The subject says t85, the errorcode says t45

pepeu

Um, this thread was supposed to be a reply in http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=116674.0
Could perhaps a nice admin move it to there? Sorry for this brainfart.

The guide shows how to fix the 45:ers as well.

Coding Badly

Um, this thread was supposed to be a reply in http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=116674.0
Could perhaps a nice admin move it to there?


No.  Your problem has nothing to do with that topic.

pepeu

I've been trying to program my ATTiny45:s for hours. No luck. I tried every guide I found.

Crystals, caps and tons of foul language later I pull out the wires one more time and start all over again. This time my third hand with magnifying glass is out on the desk. I don't use it for breadboarding, but it's there this time. I suddenly see a glimpse of the ATTiny45 chip and get impressed how clearly I can read the text: ATTINY85. Wait, what?! 85? I immediately try to upload the blink sketch and voila! IT WORKS!

Turns out my order must have been mixed up somehow. I ordered a small bunch of 45:ers, but got 85:ers instead. I even went and double checked just to be sure. When I got them I never really bothered to read them. I just lined up the chip and started tinkering.

One more mistake to tick off the list as a beginner! And one more lesson learned. Woohoo! :OD

hiduino

That's a nice score!  You just got double the memory now.  Although the price of a t85 is probably only around $0.20 more than the t45.

JimboZA

With my non-existent filing system for chips, I have to check the writing every time anyway.
meArm build blog:     http://jimbozamearm.blogspot.com/

Please don't PM for technical advice. Firstly my advice is sometimes wrong, and second, in the forum you get a broader, more timely, range of responses.

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