Bootloding ATMEGA 328

Hello all i am new in arduino and i have blank atmega 328 and and AVRmkII programming kit i want to make boot loader chip for Arduino Uno board .We have also arduino uno board and arduino 1 software then how can we make boot loader chip =( =(

Connect the AVRISP mkII to your PC running the Arduino 1.0 IDE.

Install the ATmega328P into the Arduino UNO board.

Connect the AVRmkII ISP to the ICSP header of the Arduino UNO.

In the Arduino 1.0 IDE select Tools->Programmer->AVRISP mkII.

In the Arduino 1.0 IDE select Tools->Board->Arduino Uno.

In the Arduino 1.0 IDE select Tools->Burn Bootloader.

Where do folks get to choose things like the Thumbs Down sign for the topic?

I think this hardly deserves whatever that implies, especially with the crisp answer you supplied John.

Its in advanced options I think CrossRoads

It's in the 'Message icon' drop down, just below the Subject line. The OP must have chosen the Thumbs down one when creating the thread.

There is another way without external programmers:

http://www.geocities.jp/arduino_diecimila/bootloader/index_en.html

I've tryed this with my Arduino Duemilanove 328 and sucessfully reprogrammed bootloader.

toyman: There is another way without external programmers: http://www.geocities.jp/arduino_diecimila/bootloader/index_en.html I've tryed this with my Arduino Duemilanove 328 and sucessfully reprogrammed bootloader.

Since it relies on the FT232RL USB-to-Serial converter it really only works on Arduinos older than the UNO (like the Diecimila and the Duemilanove).

Since the USBasp ISP device can be bought for UNDER $5 from Chinese vendors on eBay (yes, including free shipping from Hong Kong) it hardly makes sense to NOT get an ISP.

CrossRoads: Where do folks get to choose things like the Thumbs Down sign for the topic?

I got rid of it. :)