90s2313 with level 2 lock

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I have had a disgruntled employee delete all my files . I need to get data & code off of 90s2313. I have heard there is a programmer that will do this Anyone Know of one??? Thanks Your help will be a life saver will also throw in free baseball or hockey tickets for Atlanta, GA

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Hi Rich,

try with FBPRG16 (BA1F, get it on AVR Webring), it will do the job.

Fabrizio

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Hi!

Any programmer can read back a device, including the AVR ISP or the STK500 software. Note that you cannot do this if the lock bits are set, because then the software inside the AVR is secure.

The AVR Studio can disassemble the resulting .hex file automatically. All the software named here, is free from Atmel and available on this site.

Morten, AVR tech. support, Atmel FAE

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Hi Rich,

it seems, you should revise your backup strategy.

Have your employee also burned all papers with printed sources ?
Today OCR software do their job quite good.

Also I see no reason to lock devices for my own development usage. I protect it always only for production.

I have heard, only very early Atmels can be unlocked.
All today devices are quite secure.

Peter

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First option would be to grab some "Undelete" software, available as free trial on the net. Works as long as you haven't already written to your hard drive since deletion. Next option: choose your staff carefully and be nice to them.

Cheers Jack

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Hi,

Why not to try extracting the information directly from the device.

I heard about 5 to 10 companies around the world who suggest such service.
The price would be reasonably high but if you determined to extract the code you can find it much more faster.

I also heared about special programmer device to unlock any AVR microcontroller but I can't remember the source and I don't believe until I see it.

Bye now,

Andy

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Hi Rich,

With the programmer and software at www.roesink.com you can program and reload your programcode (and eeprom code) from/to the AVR. (as long as the part is not locked)

Greetings,
Robert

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