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MalharD

Can I use a Uno with AVR studio 5 to program other chips as tinys and mega devices ?
Murphy always gets me ...

hansibull

I don't see why it shouldn't be possible. You should be able tu upload the ArduinoISP sketch on the UNO, and be able to use it as a programmer in Atmel Studio (you may need a plugin).
MightyCore - a core for large, breadboard friendly AVRs.
Supported devices: ATmega1284p, ATmega644p, ATmega324p, ATmega164p, ATmega32, ATmega16 and ATmega8535.
https://github.com/MCUdude/MightyCore
Boards manager URL available!

MalharD

Murphy always gets me ...

hansibull

I haven't used Arduino as ISP with Atmel studio. However I found this link :)
http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=176375.0
MightyCore - a core for large, breadboard friendly AVRs.
Supported devices: ATmega1284p, ATmega644p, ATmega324p, ATmega164p, ATmega32, ATmega16 and ATmega8535.
https://github.com/MCUdude/MightyCore
Boards manager URL available!

MalharD

I haven't used Arduino as ISP with Atmel studio. However I found this link :)
http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=176375.0
I read that. I have downloaded AVRStudio 5 with my amazingly slow internet in 5 days. For installation on my 20 years old machine, It took 3 hrs. Still, I have started downloading Atmel studio 6.2 yesterday. I've modified the position of my WiFi adapter to get better reception.(please don't tell me that I should plug my PC in the router/modem,which is 15 mtr away)
Let's see what happens.
Murphy always gets me ...

westfw

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I have downloaded AVRStudio 5 with my amazingly slow internet in 5 days.
So now is probably a bad time to tell you that you should skip 5 (which everyone says was a low-point), and go straight to 6.2 (for WXP) or 7.0 (any more recent OS)?  (no, you say you already started downloading 6.2.  Good!)
It takes a couple hours to install on newer PCs too.  Largely because you have to keep agreeing to new licenses for each sub-bit.   Bleh.


MalharD

So now is probably a bad time to tell you that you should skip 5 (which everyone says was a low-point), and go straight to 6.2 (for WXP) or 7.0 (any more recent OS)?  (no, you say you already started downloading 6.2.  Good!)
It takes a couple hours to install on newer PCs too.  Largely because you have to keep agreeing to new licenses for each sub-bit.   Bleh.


okay. Thank you.
Murphy always gets me ...

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