problem programing 90s2313 can anyone HELP?

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hello Am a newbie to this. I have a STK500 and 2 other programers an all 3 will not program the chip to what should be there. the F's here should be numbers or zeros.The locks are at0
I do a erease an get all F's then try to program it again an same thing. tryed d/l new file and same thing.
3 chips are doing this hope I didn't get 3 bad chips lol
the info here from addy 10045 on down is where the prob is.
any help??? thanks

:10045000000000000000000000000000000000009C
:100460000000000000000000B39BE9CFC29A00E04A
:10047000039507FFFDCFC298D4CDFFFFFFFFFFFF1D
:10048000FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF7C
:10049000FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF6C
:1004A000FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF5C

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Hello,

I might be wrong, but it seems like you've gotten confused by the programming standard of the AVR. A logical '1' means UNprogrammed, while a '0' means programmed. When a device is erased, you should get all 'F's. Have you tried runnning your program and checked if it works?

By the way: The lock bits are also "inverted". If they're both '0', this means that the chip is read-and-write locked. I assume you've read "unprogrammed" as '0'.

Please inform me if I'm mistaken in my assumption!

Best regards,

Morten, AVR tech. support, Atmel FAE