Arduino Nano Arduino Uno ATMega328P USBasp
Ch340 is a POS. Wait till you have to do the com port dance with satan playing the Driver fiddle.
Tnx! Strugglin around with my NANO, too! Gonna try next time to prg the UNO!
Question, did you upgrade the IDE before you realised the cable was plugged in the wrong way? Let that be a lesson, always check wiring first. 🙂
You never did the USB Tiny ISP tutorial you mentioned in this video I guess?
How come you can not use a real pencil sharpener?
Julian has an addiction.
Good to know we aren't alone.
It's called Arudino now.
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Now in 2017 you can buy 'em on AliExpress for just over £2! Great Christmas pressies for all the family and when they throw them back at you then you've got loads to play with. Happy Arduino days!
Wow. I've programmed Arduini with a Mac and with a Linux box. I normally use the ArduinoISP to burn bootloaders and program non-arduino AVRs.I'm appalled at how hard that is to get working on windows. That's why I don't use windows 😛(Of course, I can only do that because I'm weird and don't play games 😛 )
I was searching for uno gameplay not an arduino uno ;-;
Aha! Someone with an even worse eBay electronics habit than me!
At around 15:20 you mention you fixed it by upgrading the Arduino IDE but I noticed that on the old ISP you had changed the header around to get the double blink to work
I can see later you discussed swapping the header around, but that’s when you talked about the new header
I don’t understand why these headers aren’t like, say, the old PC IDE cables where they had a notch meaning you can only plug them in one way.
Catching up your old videos and learning tons. So thank you.
I noticed that the orientation of your usb isp connection changed around the 15:40 mark. Before, you had the cable coming straight out. Now the cable goes over the board. Could the pin orientation be affecting your connectivity problems you experienced earlier in the video before you updated drivers and your IDE version?
Please make a tutorial on programming atmel other AVR like Atmega32A
Wow, a $5 uno – pity it lacks a socketed, removable processor – which I need when I'm using the uno as a serial programmer fro my non USB arduinos (pro minis, etc.) (Whihch I have to do after FTDI buggered the drivers again for the FTDI programmers again.)
This one is an even cheaper UNO, for $3.64!!! I use these for some time now… http://bit.ly/2kj1pnF
pin 13 VCC not soldered on correctly, that NANO is fried
use the arduino nano as isp
Great Video Julian, Out of curiosity given the Arduino limitations are you considering some raspberry pie tutorials or other micro-processor systems for focus upon I think people will agree your video format is comfortable viewing and following as a stand alone or a series of, is easy going look forward to what the future may hold cheers Sean
My arduino isn't working: I can load programs into it, but the arduino don't execute them (for exemple, the flashing LED program that is pre-installed) I don't know why it's doing that but I don't believe it has something to see with burning the bootloader. (which I don't know how)
arduino nano needs a downgrade on the firmware on the program to the computer! worked for me!
Is it possible to proramm the board through usb? Like blinking, etc
what course is this
have you looked at aliexpress.com? they have Arduino Uno(s) for £1.70
Julian, i´m also having problems with USBASP and fixed it by adding he missing header for slow sck… and other error messages by uploading sketches manually using avrdude: avrdude.exe -p m8 -c usbasp -C conf.tmp -P usb -U flash:w:"Blink.hex":i "m8" is because im using a atmega8.
This was pretty interesting. I also watched how you DIY'd the Uno with a USB to serial, but have you showed us how you did the ISP header? I'd like to see that if possible.
Can that tiny programmer be used as essentially a small arduino?
No power and ground rails on that breadboard? That's unfortunate.
Alice Alice, who the F*** is Alice? like seriously i'm curious.
Hi Julian, the AMS1117 is a 3.3v regulator
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