Having problem burning bootloader to custom Atmega328p board
kowshik1729 last edited by kowshik1729
I have made a custom board with Atmega328P SMD IC and now I am having a problem flashing it. I have flashed multiple chips like these earlier, however this time I am having a hard time figuring out the issue.
I am using Arduino UNO as an ISP programmer to burn bootloader but getting responses like Attempt 1 of 10 - stk500() is not responding etc., like that. I need some help regarding this issue.
Any kind of help will be greatly appreciated. Please ask me for any additional information that I might have not mentioned in this post.
Thanks in advance.
salmanfaris last edited by
@kowshik1729 Did you double-checked the ISP Pins connection? I also faced similar issue because of cold solder joints. also if possible can you share the ICSP connection diagram and the methods you used to flash!
kowshik1729 last edited by
@salmanfaris I am using Arduino UNO as ISP programmer.(General ISP connections are made). I used both Arduino IDE and also avrdude command line to burn the bootloader. I am sharing link to pictures and debug outputs I got on both avrdude and arduino here. Please check it and let me know if it rings any bells for you.
Hi @Vipin-I-V ,
This seems to be an interesting project.
Please share the development here...
I was thinking of something similar, but not for gaming. Won't it be cool to have the Ctrl, Cmd & Alt keys as pedals? Please share your thoughts & insights.
Hi @mkgrmAbhinand ,
Did your issue resolve?
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Could you confirm that you installed the Node JS in your computer from the .exe or .msi installation files?
If not and if you want to run Node-RED, you need to install recommended NodeJS version 14.x and you can download the version here .
Thanks for sharing @rafitc99 . Glad to know that it was solved.