I did check the jumpers to make sure they were shorted... Can you tell me more details about the high-voltage programmer that I need to reset the lock bits. I saw very little info on the web about it (some not so detailed mentions here and there).
 
Mark

 
On 6/9/06, Dave Hylands <dhylands@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Mark,

On 6/9/06, Mark Yatskar <myatskar@gmail.com> wrote:
> I've been reading documentation on fuse bits and apparently things go
> terribly wrong if they are set incorrectly. Unfortunately I can't retrieve
> exactly what I set them to (I was fairly confident I had set them to the
> values indicated on the wiki, but i may have type in an error). If you know
> any ways to reset the fuse bits, maybe I could get it working by just
> reentering the values they should be.

Hmmm. There are some lock bits that can get set that require a
high-voltage programmer to reset (at least I think that's how it
works).

The other big fuse issues relate to the crystal, and the robostix has
a ceramic resonator on board, so it should be fine.

Otherwise, I'm not sure what the problem is. Test the jumpers using a
multimeter to ensure that pins 1 and 4 are shorted together and that
pins 5 and 8 are shorted together.

--
Dave Hylands
Vancouver, BC, Canada
http://www.DaveHylands.com/


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