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On Sat, Nov 5, 2011 at 9:44 PM, Joerg Wunsch <j@...> wrote:
> As Caj Larsson wrote:
>> I can't get the exact commandline as we speak but it was something
>> avrdude -p m16 -U flash:w:test.hex -c jtag2 -X jtagchain 0,1,0,4/1,0,4,0
> OK. (Btw., you can simplify that -U option to just "-U test.hex".)
>> one avr had zeros as signature so i needed to add -F
> Oops, that's already suspicious enough. Accidentally erasing/
> reprogramming the signature, as it could happen with an AT90S1200,
> should not be an issue anymore these days. So if the signature reads
> out as 0, something's fishy. Don't be tempted to override that with
> -F, but instead try finding the actual reason.
I will try to get a new AVR that still is mint, these AVRs might have been
used for years, no way to know what kind of torture they have endured.
However I don't think the hardwars is faulty as i can do everything with
AVR studio, tho it is a pita to use.
> How long are your JTAG bus lines in total?
> Maybe it improves when using e.g. -B10 (to lower the JTAG clock)?
I have experimented with that flag but it seems to do little to none,
really low values give faster write/read but i can't seem to make it
> cheers, J"org .-.-. --... ...-- -.. . DL8DTL
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