eXtreme Burner AVR updated definitions

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I have completely rewritten AVR microcontrollers definitions for the “eXtreme Burner – AVR 1.4.3” program. Archive contains corrected files “chips.xml”, “fuselayout.xml” and “clocksystems.xml”, which should be copied to the program’s “Data” installation catalog (overwrite old files). Currently 86 models with different signatures are supported (ATtiny, ATmega, AT90CAN, AT90PWM, AT90USB). I’m waiting for Your tests, suggestions and opinions. Download 7-Zip archive from here: Link

Last Edited: Sun. Jun 26, 2022 - 12:56 AM
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I have added support for all known 8-bit AVR microcontrollers with ISP interface. The only thing missing is the ATtiny327 (automotive) model, about which I did not find any information (probably it was not produced). Currently the following microcontrollers are supported:

 

ATtiny12(L/V), 13(A/V), 15L, 22(L), 24(A/V), 25(V), 26(L), 43U, 44(A/V), 45(V), 48, 84(A/V), 85(V), 87, 88, 167, 261(A/V), 441, 461(A/V), 828, 841, 861(A/V), 1634(R), 2313(A/V), 4313.

 

ATmega4HVD, 8(A/L), 8U2, 8HVA, 8HVD, 16(A/L), 16M1, 16U2, 16U4(RC), 16HVA(2), 16HVB, 32(A/L), 32C1, 32M1, 32U2, 32U4(RC), 32U6, 32HVB, 32HVE(2), 48(A/V), 48P(A/B/V), 64(A/L), 64C1, 64M1, 64HVE(2), 64RFR2, 88(A/V), 88P(A/B/V), 103(L), 128(A/L), 128RFA1, 128RFR2, 161(L), 162(V), 163(L), 164(A/V), 164P(A/V), 165(A/V), 165P(A/V), 168(A/V), 168P(A/B/V), 169(A/V), 169P(A/V), 256RFR2, 323(L), 324(A/V), 324P(A/B/V), 325(A/V), 325P(A/V), 328, 328P(B/V), 329(A/V), 329P(A/V), 603(L), 640(V), 644(A/V), 644P(A/V), 644RFR2, 645(A/P/V), 649(A/P/V), 1280(V), 1281(V), 1284(P), 1284RFR2, 2560(V), 2561(V), 2564RFR2, 3250(A/V), 3250P(A/V), 3290(A/V), 3290P(A/V), 6450(A/P/V), 6490(A/P/V), 8515(L), 8535(L).

 

AT90CAN32, 64, 128.

 

AT90PWM1, 2(B), 3(B), 81, 161, 216, 316.

 

AT90USB82, 162, 646, 647, 1286, 1287.

 

AT90S1200, S2313, (L)S2323, (L)S2333, (L)S2343, 90S4414, (L)S4433, (L)S4434, S8515, (L)S8535.

 

Please note that the oldest models do not allow programming of all fuse bits (AT90S1200/2313/4414/8515) or only the SPIEN bit (ATmega323, AT90S2323/2333/2343/4433/4434/8535) via the ISP interface.

 

The updated archive is available at the same link: Download

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Thanks for the updates!

 

FF = PI > S.E.T

 

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I found problem with "eXtreme Burner – AVR 1.4.3" program: when there is more than 101 chips definitions, they don't work. Chips number 102-111 can't be selected at all from "Chip" menu list; after selecting chips number 112+ error message "Hex File NOT Found !" is displayed or program is crashing.

 

The easiest workaround is to remove unnecessary definitions of microcontrollers from the "chips.xml" file (max 101 definitions). Maybe author will update the program ;)

 

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HI sir, I have tried to select a new chip like 1284P which I want to program here , but it is impossible

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pentejo wrote:
but it is impossible

Welcome to AVRFreaks!

 

Well that is not much of a problem description, only you can see what you see, so you have to describe the problem is detail or post a picture of it so we can see what you see.

But first, have installed the new files linked to in the first posting?

Did you read about the problem with it in post #4?

Have you looked to see if the part you want to select is after the 100 part limit? 

Have you removed parts from the list you are not interested in programming?

If so, did you screw up the list in the process?

 

Jim

 

 

FF = PI > S.E.T

 

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Hi Jim,

I have selected the 1284p from the long listing, but it does not appear below as active chip.
B.tw. How I can remove chips from the list which I never need?

Thomas

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pentejo wrote:
Hi Jim, I have selected the 1284p from the long listing, but it does not appear below as active chip. B.tw. How I can remove chips from the list which I never need? Thomas

the three files can be edited with a text editor!  Each chip has a set of lines that define the parameters for programming, remove all lines for each chip you don't need, remove the same chip from chips.xml, and fuselayout.xml

 

Jim

PS: save a copy of the original file before you edit

 

 

FF = PI > S.E.T

 

Last Edited: Wed. Aug 19, 2020 - 08:12 PM
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hello
the download link does not work.
where can i download this file, i need to type hex file attiny85
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I clicked on teh link and my anti nasty software barked that the ZIP file is a security risk, so maybe you should check to see if you have some sort of anti nasty software running that is preventing you from downloading the file, and thus you think the link is broken?

 

Jim

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I also get a security risk warning

 

John Samperi

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https://www.ampertronics.com.au

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It's only an http versus https thing. No real risk here.

 

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thanks, yes you are right, malwarebytes is a real problem. Thanks a lot
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Please take the risk warning into consideration. Kindly try to solve this issue.