HOW CAN I FIX THIS ? THIS ERROR SHOWED UP WHETHER I CONNECT MCU OR NOT. PLEASE HELP
I HAVE ATTACHED THE SCREEN SHOT. PLEASE OPEN BELOW.
Not sure that is relevant to the rest of this thread - just looks like a normal "wrong/bad wiring" issue to me.
@rishabh1397: the CAPS LOCK on your keyboard appears to be stuck - PLEASE FIX IT!
rishabh1397 wrote:I HAVE ATTACHED THE SCREEN SHOT. PLEASE OPEN BELOW.
If you embed the picture - instead of attaching it - we wouldn't have to do that!
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Indeed - split time?
- split time?
What is the clock speed for your "connected" MCU? Is the ISP bit rate less than 1/4 of that?
You can put lipstick on a pig, but it is still a pig.
I've never met a pig I didn't like, as long as you have some salt and pepper.
I am very suspicious. A proper Chinese USBASP would give you a Warning about SCK. Chinese firmware sets SCK frequency automatically.
Since you have no Warning, I suspect that you have got German firmware. This is not clever enough to set SCK automatically.
If you have "asked for 2MHz" and been given 1.5MHz, avrdude will simply fail for any AVR that is being clocked at less than 6MHz. e.g. all virgin chips
Life is much easier with a command line avrdude. Everyone knows how it behaves. e.g. I can recognise the SCK Warning. Who knows what a GUI would do?
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