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Hi,

Can I use an arduino(UNO or 2009) to bootload an empty atmega328?
If I just remove the arduino chip and stick in the empty atmega it wil work to bootload it?

Sorry for the newbiness smiley-grin
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Yes you can, you can use the duemilanovae
but not the uno currently(it says a revision is underway smiley ),

see this---------->http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/ArduinoISP;

once you burn the bootloader to the empty atmega328, you can replace the chip on the uno or use it as a standalone arudino compatible chip  smiley-wink

btw google is your friend  smiley-wink
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Thanks,

I saw the tutorial but I was under the impression that I need two boards for bootloading the empty chip.
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scroll down,

you can use 2 boards OR 1 board, 1 chip and a breadboard  smiley-wink
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Oh, ok, one got to scroll.

But on the left, it says "Because no external clock source is connected, the ATmega must be configured to use its internal clock." So how do I set the empty atmega to use the internal clock?
Anyways, I was hoping that I would only stick the empty chip in place of the one on arduino board, and not using any breadbord, wires etc.

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hehe many people would love to be able to do that,
unfortunately its not possible smiley-sad,

you need a hardware programmer to configure the atmega328 to
use its internal clock;
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then I guess that I have to stick with the breadboard method as shown in the tutorial http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/ArduinoToBreadboard
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