There was a time when it was necessary to physically disable autoreset to use the Uno. This was the case with the optiboot HEX file that was shipped with 0022 (not sure about 0023) and flashed into many Uno boards' chips.But the current optiboot code works fine without physically disabling autoreset.Jim
could you have a look to this thread?http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,84095.0.html
Quote from: ProfePaco on Dec 22, 2011, 06:46 pmcould you have a look to this thread?http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,84095.0.htmlYikes! Sounds like the ISP gods are very unhappy with you I'm afraid that I cannot offer any advice. I can only say again that my Uno board no longer requires that autoreset be disabled when programming with ArduinoISP. Before I flashed the chip with the new version of optiboot, my Uno board would not work without physically disabling autoreset. I have only used ArduinoISP to program ATmega328P chips, though.Jim
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