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AVR910 problem with USB-232 converter
I see....It's someone else's v3.1 not mine :-) I think we all should agree at having some differentiations on whose V3.xx it is (or any other versions) . I'm claiming the V3.xxJS...
Thursday, 17 March 2005 - 02:13
Well...let's keep this off topic :-) you may want to try a lite-on ltr52327s cd burner with yammp if you can get a hold of one. It doesn't even see mixed mode CDs (media type 0x03...
Wednesday, 16 March 2005 - 21:54
Gentlemen (2 in one posting :-) ). I posted something about not being able to access a Michael Bubble' CDDA on the yampp site....just in case anyone is scratching their heads...
Wednesday, 16 March 2005 - 21:23
AVR910 problem with USB-232 converter
Klaus I'm the person that made the changes for V3. V 3.0, 3.1 and 3.2 are available on this site. V 3.1 is in the academy. V 3.0 and 3.2 are also available at
Wednesday, 16 March 2005 - 21:12
AVR910 problem with USB-232 converter
Quote:what is the current version for AVR910? V3.2 to work with AVRprog 1.40 with added new devices. But that will not change things if it is a hardware problem.
Sunday, 6 March 2005 - 03:07
Studio 4.11 simulator useless?
Quote:what is the point of releasing such buggy software, even if it is free? That's what I ask of Microsoft....AND you have to PAY for the latest bugs :-)
Sunday, 6 March 2005 - 03:03
Reference Board for ATmega128
Quote:I didn't say AVR was like or unlike anything Are you a lawyer by any chance ? :-)
Thursday, 3 March 2005 - 22:40
Reference Board for ATmega128
Quote:, so you can start with a cheapie like the Mega48 and pretty much everything you do is portable to other designs. Unlike using the HC05,HC08,HC11,HC12 etc..... :wink:
Thursday, 3 March 2005 - 21:04
OT: Reflow, MLF, Solder Paste and a home made oven
Quote:we have an nice Riobi heat gun that has an adjustable heat setting. I have a Black and Decker, 2050W 600degrees celsius, with a water pipe soldering setting :-) and an...
Monday, 28 February 2005 - 06:49
Hex stuff
Quote:Even if you only use 8 bit frames, it's still only 1 byte Just that it is SOOOO nice to use 9 bits comms with RS485 :-)
Sunday, 27 February 2005 - 07:31
OT: Reflow, MLF, Solder Paste and a home made oven
Has anyone used a heatgun to solder a chip in place? Using solder paste and the gun at low speed so that the chip does't get blown away? ...I soldered my broken water pipe with...
Saturday, 26 February 2005 - 21:50
Hex stuff
Quote:If I want to send the char/int value 255, with ascii the mcu will send 3 8bits and if i send it as a hex "string" it would only be 2 8bits If you use 9 bits comm with your...
Saturday, 26 February 2005 - 21:41