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XProg 5.5.1 software + atmega flash

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From Where to find those settings? I have find fuse options and write eeprom and flash and config. What next?

I use xprog -grogrammer.
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In xprog chose atmega64 >>> PROJECT >> FILES , and load FLASH, EEPROM and CONFIGURATION files >> Firts ERASE DEVICE... after >> WRITE and all be ok...


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Thats all? And next star using linked soft and hit update button? Tried, but error when starting soft Sad

Is linked soft working one, or need first install 5.0 and replace files with linked ones?

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Reworked and updated Galletto 0475 + Kess 2.47/5.017 + Ktag 2.25/7.020 and now KESS 5.028/2.47 VR and KTAG 8.000/2.47!!!049
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Thats all? And next star using linked soft and hit update button? Tried that, but "device silent" error Sad
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At first Instal AcrobatReader 10 . Not working with other version !
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Yes need acrobat reader 10 and XPROG 5.0 Then replace files. Programming. Do update, push button( it make firmware update) DONE!

TEST/CHECK everything ok > Hit "Help" > Hardware info

Mine work now Wink


Notice! When start soft first time, you need to go "Options" > evironment...> choose USB -port

IF don't do that, got "device silent" error.
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(12-06-2014, 05:13 PM)Bimmeristi Wrote:
(12-06-2014, 04:38 PM)jcgabbi Wrote:

From Where to find those settings? I have find fuse options and write eeprom and flash and config. What next?

I use xprog -grogrammer.

In xprog chose atmega64 >>> PROJECT >> FILES , and load FLASH, EEPROM and CONFIGURATION files >> Firts ERASE DEVICE... after >> WRITE and all be ok...


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Thats all? And next star using linked soft and hit update button? Tried, but error when starting soft Sad

Is linked soft working one, or need first install 5.0 and replace files with linked ones?
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Install original software v5.51 ou higher, execute the software without xprog hardware, then close,open crac... software with xprog and the errors are gone.
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you are a genius ... works perfect
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(12-06-2014, 03:03 PM)LuisAndre Wrote: Did you erased the atmega first? You must do it before any attempt to write anything to the flash.

yes i erase the chip
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(12-06-2014, 02:49 PM)rusinov87 Wrote:
(12-06-2014, 02:38 PM)cardiagpt Wrote:
(12-06-2014, 02:27 PM)rusinov87 Wrote: which two wire you mean

(12-06-2014, 02:01 PM)lucky-zg Wrote:
(12-06-2014, 12:28 PM)rusinov87 Wrote: Hi to all, i try to update my x-prog but when i click update i get a error (device is silent)...If some one khow how to fix it ill be very thankful
I make every one step that are writing in the post....
Do you have right drivers?..have you desolder two wire from programing point?

i program the atmega in-circuit and now i can read it but i can't write to te chip

hi
i ave the same problem one xprog in my case bad atmega

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Yes but is there something specific at the writing of atmega because i do that tru bdm port ?? I read and write with AVR programmer made by me..

After flashing Atmega64, desolder all wires from BDM even if there not connected to programmer, then plug it in and start the program. Worked for me
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