ATSTK200 WON'T WORK W/ WIN. ME?

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PLEASE HELP!
> EVERYTHING WORK BUT WON'T SEE CHIPS OR ALL CHIP PROGRAMS WON'T WORK.
My system configuration : Dell computer system, OS :windows ME, INTEL Celeron 700Mhz, Printer Port configuration option : ECP as STK200 manual recommended. ( It works fine with the other Windows 95 OS/ Pentium 166Mhz computer )> HERE THE ERROR MSG.of Hardware Check window.:
> "AT89s8252 Part not detected.This may be due to power on off programming
> module, Security Bits enable or Pre production AVR"
> Plus There r 3 more buttons for option: Abort, Retry and Ignore

PETER NGO

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Hello Peter,

As I posted above, the AVR ISP software (the one that supports the STK200) is not very tolerant for high-speed computers and has not been design to work under WindowsNT/2k/ME. If it works on your other computer, I think this is an OS/speed matter.

There's a shareware out there called Pony Prog that's a lot more tolerant. Have a look at

http://www.lancos.com/prog.html

Corinthian

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I second the opinon that PonyProg is the way to go for later Windows OS. I've used it on Win 2K and it works just fine.

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Thanks for your clues guys! I did install 2 versions of Pony Prog and go thru setup/calibration ok.But It's still having the same problem. Someone said the Dell computer Parallel Port has 2.7v instead 5v which may cause the problem. Is that true? I will confirm it.
Good day!
Peter Ngo

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I think that turning from BIOS the LPT Port to bidirectional would help you

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Hi Thomas
I did that also. It may be a Dell computer hardware issue. I still don't know how to solve this prob. but back to use the older workstation(Win95/166Mhz) for now.
Thanks!

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