Mystery Signatures, Cant Program ATmega88V parts

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I have a batch of ATmega88V-10PU.

SOME Of the parts from my batch have the following signature:

1E 93 06

Anyone have any ideas what this is all about? These were purchased through a mainline distributor (I think Arrow).

When used with my production programmer, it says that the signature is invalid.

But, the dragon is able to program these (which is how I read out the signature).

The production programmer is Conitec "Galep-III" hardware using Galep32 version 1.17.53 Windows software.

Suggestions?

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As I mention in your other thread, 1E 93 06 is an ATMega8515 by rights, but then it should have 40 pins.

I have coded for about 2 dozen architectures, and they all have their place.
Don't get too religious about them (but AVR is excellent!)

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Could it be a batch where they 'forgot' to put the right signature?