I'm quite new in the world of MCU so be gentle :)
I played around with arduino of course but I thought I move on and try some more native approach. I have an AVRISP MKII compatible programmer and recently bought an ATxmega64D4 but unfortunately the Atmel Studio 7 is not able to even read the device id. The programmer itself is working, the AS recognize it and I was able to program ATmega328P, ATmega32U4 and ATTiny85. Yeah all of them are useing ISP. It's a hungarian product so the manual is not available in English, but maybe the drawings are understandable :) http://www.elmodules.hu/data/pro...
So back to topic. I connect pin 8,18,30,38 to GND and the 9,19,31,39 to 3.3V. I connected DATA to 34 and CLOCK to 35. I start with this basic wirings.
The AS didn't recognize it, so I tried to add some pull-up to the reset pin: 2k2 and 10k, but still no luck. What do I missing?
The power source is a simple bread board power shield (I'm not added decoupling caps, I thought because of the basic operation - read the id - I do not need them). I checked the voltage and it's ok.
Any help would be appreciated.