Default Fuse Settings for Atmega128 Scrren Shot if possible

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I am looking for something that states or shows what the default FUSE settings are for a Atmega128 MCU. Or a screen shot of the fuses from the STK500/AVRISP/JTAG programmer screen.
Unfortunately, all the Atmega128's I have, have all been changed from the default from the package/box settings, and it'll take a while to get a few new ones in. I know if defaults to 103 comatibility mode, but i am not sure of the other fuse settings.
Does anyone happen have a list of default settings or can they get me screen shot of the settings?
Thank you very much,
Earl

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This information is in the datasheet. Check the Fuse Bits part of the Memory Programming section. Tables 118-120 show the default settings for the fuses.

Dave

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dharper wrote:
This information is in the datasheet.

True, but when it comes to setting AVR fuses - or to be more accurate, when it comes to making sure that the settings you want set are actually the settings the programming utility is going to set - then the old saying "a picture paints a thousand words" seems quite apt. Especially when you're a fully paid-up member of the "I read the datasheet, I noted down all the fuse/lockbit settings, I went to program my AVR, and ended up with a non-responsive device" club :wink:

Regards
Chris

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Thank you very much, I greatly appreciate it.

I had that same problem with the data sheet a long time ago.
I think the Serial Programming Enable fuse is more like a three state fuse, No, Yes, and Maybe under the right conditions setting.
Thanks again

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Chris - those look like Linux screenshots.

Are you running AVR Studio under Linux?

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refields wrote:
Chris - those look like Linux screenshots.

Are you running AVR Studio under Linux?

Nope, that's WinXP with the silver colour scheme instead of the default blue one.

Chris

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Nope, that's WinXP with the silver colour scheme instead of the default blue one.

Well dang. It does look a lot like the newer KDE window decorations / themes. I run XP at work but under VMWare and only when I absolutely have to have it. Otherwise I'm in Linux.

Thanks for the info.

I guess on the plus side, if XP users were to switch over to Linux, it would look a little familiar :D

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Well dang. It does look a lot like the newer KDE window decorations / themes. I run XP at work but under VMWare and only when I absolutely have to have it. Otherwise I'm in Linux.

Thats what I've got as well - IMHO Windows makes a great application ran ontop of another OS, but not so great an OS.

-Colin