How to use UNO or Due as an AVR ISP to burn boot load in arduino due?

Hello everyone:

My Arduino Due r3 won't run any successfully uploaded sketches

I think it might bootload broken

How to use UNO or Due as an AVR ISP to burn boot load in arduino due?

Thank for any help

My Arduino Due r3 won't run any successfully uploaded sketches

I think it might bootload broken

If the sketch was successfully uploaded, the bootloader is fine. You have other problems.

PaulS:

My Arduino Due r3 won't run any successfully uploaded sketches

I think it might bootload broken

If the sketch was successfully uploaded, the bootloader is fine. You have other problems.

But I don't know there have the other problem , electric circuit looks fine.

Do you know what's happen?

Thank you a very much

What happens when you open the standard ‘blink’ example sketch, select the correct board type and serial port, and then try to upload it to the board?

PeterH:
What happens when you open the standard 'blink' example sketch, select the correct board type and serial port, and then try to upload it to the board?

Correct board type is "programming port",my com port is com7

When I upload "blink" program, Ide have not any error information and successfully uploaded,but led not blink,It would have been lit,just like not upload any program.

Upload Other programs was same problem.

And Native USB port no response,only programming port can be found and Install the driver.

Would you know what happen in my due r3??

Thank you very much

The same problem with a new Arduino Due (don't blink by default, and after uploading (programming) the BLINK sketch)!
Important DETAILS:
1)During uploading (programming) the BLINK sketch, the Rx,Tx LEDS next to the programming port don't blink.
2)The messages from Arduino IDE during uploading seems to be OK and are:


Sketch uses 10 076 bytes (1%) of program storage space. Maximum is 524 288 bytes.
Erase flash
Write 10156 bytes to flash

0% (0/40 pages)
[======= ] 25% (10/40 pages)
[=============== ] 50% (20/40 pages)
[====================== ] 75% (30/40 pages)
[==============================] 100% (40/40 pages)
Verify 10156 bytes of flash

0% (0/40 pages)
[======= ] 25% (10/40 pages)
[=============== ] 50% (20/40 pages)
[====================== ] 75% (30/40 pages)
[==============================] 100% (40/40 pages)
Verify successful
Set boot flash true
CPU reset.


My questions about your opinion:

  1. Is it possible for a new board (really from eBay, but seems good - with over 70 bought from the same seller) to be without bootloader?
  2. Is it safe to burn a bootloader with an Arduino Mega2560, as it is described at http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/ArduinoISP (if only the power supply connection between two boards is true 3.3V line)? Or maybe bootloader of Arduino due is different?
  3. What is your advice?