all seems well except it works a little bit slower then it did on the bread board , So i am guessing it has to do with how i connected my crystal or the capacitors to the crystalif you noticed on the image the capacitors that come off the crystal are suppose to go to ground so i just have one long connection conecting both of them to some extra ground headers and all of those as well as the grounds on the Atmega chip are basically all routed the same way to the actual ground off of the 7805 ... So i uploaded the Blink led sketch and it does not blink once a second i would say about once ever 2 seconds ,
another thing, any tips on how to solder components with out having to tape them on, because for example the female headers where a pain in the butt because i cannot bend the leads outwards to hold it in place so i tried taping them on and was difficult to get them nice and straight once i flipped it upside down to solder... :/
not blink once a second i would say about once ever 2 seconds ,
any tips on how to solder components with out having to tape them on,
all seems well except it works a little bit slower then it did on the bread board
it does not blink once a second i would say about once ever 2 seconds
another thing, any tips on how to solder components with out having to tape them on
Are you using the Microprocessor from the breadboard or a different one?
Do you have a scope or does your multimeter have a frequency function? It could be helpful to know what is the rate you are actually toggling (and if it is stable.)
Sounds like you're running on the internal 8Mhz oscillator and not the crystal.
It really does sound like you have incorrect fuse bits, so you are running on the *internal* oscillator and therfore not using the crystal.
The tracks don't look so big... plus, if you've connected this on a breadboard, the capacitance would probably be higher than here. :\
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