To debug an ATmega103 problem, I want to read the EEPROM and transfer it to AVR Studio for simulation. The AVR STudio version 3.22 Prog and STK500 functions don't work with my STK300 dongle. So I tried to read the EEPROM with AVR ISP version 2.65 and upload this file to the AVR Studio simulated EEPROM.
I tried every possible file format, but none worked. If I chose Intel hex, AVR Studio says it has an invalid checksum. If I chose any other format, it says not an Intel hex file.
I did this some time ago on earlier versions of the software. AVR Studio warned me about an invalid checksum, but it still worked. Since then, I got a new computer and I "upgraded" the software.
Is there a way to bypass the checksum? I don't want to key in the whole EEPROM memory.