It's either your wiring, you forgetting to upload the Arduino as ISP sketch, not connecting a crystal if required or missing the reset capacitor, but as you have provided absolutely no information as to what you have done, or shown how you have wired stuff, take a guess what my answer is!
I siad before if you read title!, l didn't use anything like crystal or cap because it's a miniml version, I didn't forget arduino as ISP.
What does siad mean? What does miniml mean?Oh, not reading the title? WTF has that to do with my response?With this level of attention to detail, I assume you are doing something wrong.If the Chip has been programmed before, it MAY have been set to use a crystal, so you need one to re-program the fuses. And WHY are you not using a capacitor to stop your Arduino from resetting when you try to program the chip?Could you take a close up, in focus picture of YOUR wiring (Note : I said YOUR not a response saying that you followed the post on the internet).
I'm now going to go SLOWLY.Post a picture of your wiring.Explain where you got your chip from, is it new, or from a different PCB.Are you using an Arduino UNO or different Arduino?Have you set the programmer as 'Arduino as ISP' or 'ArduinoISP'can you place a capacitor 1uF or higher on the RESET line to +5V and retry.Please try to understand, your frustration at your project not working is not our fault.No one here can see your wiring, or what you have hooked up to your breadboard, or what you have pressed on your IDE, MOST errors of this type are due to mis-wiring, or not understanding the track layout on breadboards (Especially split power rails).I do want to get you up and running, but you are not giving much help in allowing me to do so.
I removed it from arduino, I hope it's my fault