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Uploading bootloader issue
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Uploading bootloader issue

by shmolky on Tue Jun 24, 2008 2:49 am

I'm using the USBtiny and an arduino decimillia to try to put the bootloader on some fresh 168s for a project I'll be doing where i'll move the 168's to a standalone setup. I haven't really researched programming directly to the 168's...

My problem is whenever i try to run the bootloader in the arduino.exe application (for the decimillia) it tells me:

avrdude: usbdev_open(): did not find any USB device "usb"

I'm fairly certain everything looks like it's running properly - i have my green light on my USBtiny, i've got external power running to the arduino with the jumper on the USBtiny off, i've got my 6 pin header running into the arduino with the side with the red wire oriented to the silk screened '1' on the arduino, and the AVR programmer shows up in "my devices" in the control panel. One thing that was kind of strange was i couldn't get my green light until i took off the top panel of the box... so could something being loose be the problem?

I've tried uninstalling the v1.12 driver and reinstalling the 1.10 with no luck. Any suggestions?

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by adafruit on Tue Jun 24, 2008 2:56 pm

you could always just download the avrdude binaries and do it that way. id post in arduino.cc since i wasnt really involved in adding usbtiny support (and i havent even tested it yet!)

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by shmolky on Tue Jun 24, 2008 3:26 pm

Alright, will do. Thanks, Ladyada.

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