Nick,I can replace that chip for you. I have a hot air station, and even a couple of chips I think.The TQFP chips, not the leadless chips - board looks like it has pads for both?
what happens when using usb/arduino IDE?
I'm curious how on earth he killed one, i've tried (by accident) several times lol
The TQFP chips, not the leadless chips - board looks like it has pads for both?
Well that's different - leadlless only (-MU package).Website shows that chip, but also has pads for the TQFP.Could probably replace that too, I don't have any in that package tho.
Don't worry. By the time I paid for postage to send it, and you posted it back, and bought the chip, and spent an hour soldering, it would be cheaper just to buy a replacement board. Plus I can still use it as a USB to serial converter. Not such a useless thing to have.