Arduino standalone problem

Hi everyone!

I'm trying to use an ATmega328 standalone with external 16 MHz crystal, but it doesn't work.
I firstly uploaded my sketch while the microcontroller was plugged to my arduino uno board, then took it out and plugged it to the breadboard. I connected everything using this pin mapping;
"http://arduino.cc/en/Hacking/PinMapping168"

I also have 2 22pF caps to Gnd on the crystal pins, a 10K reset pin pullup resistor. Pretty much this thing is going on;
"http://arduino.cc/en/uploads/Main/arduinobb_09.jpg"
except that I don't use the voltage regulator, but instead I connected the Gnd and 5V from the board to the rails on the breadboard and then powered the board via USB.

Nothing happens. What am I doing wrong? I also tried to do it without the AREF wire going to the 5V as some tutorials suggest but still nothing happens.

Thanks in advance.

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Agreed. We need your full schematic to figure out what’s going on.

You are right, I should post a pic but I didn’t take one… Anyway this is it;

Your circuit looks fine .. you have no extra peripheral in your circuit to check either its working for not ..

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