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i use AVR STUDIO to complie the code and generate a HEX file, i use FREE-ISP to load tht HEX file into the ATMEGA32 by SPI interface. I use USB programmer.

i encountered an error saying " found only 5 buses", GUYS cud u please tell me what the problem is?? :?:

[Thread title fixed - was your CAPS LOCK stuck? - sadly I don't intend to try and fix your atrocious grasp of the English language which does not contain the words "i", "complie", "tht", "cud"(not in this context), "u"]

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" found only 5 buses",
A new one. No idea.

John Samperi

Ampertronics Pty. Ltd.

www.ampertronics.com.au

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sadly I don't intend to try and fix your atrocious grasp of the English language which does not contain the words "i", "complie", "tht", "cud"(not in this context)

I agree , it is sometimes difficult enough to get an understanding of the problem and it can be exacerbated when the OP's original language is not English, but we don't need the exacerbation by deliberate use text-speak.
Other readers of these posts whose native language is not English, will be helped significantly if there is some attempt at good English. As I type this now, misspelling is highlighted and that may be useful for some.
Help us to help you!

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Lee -.-
Riddle me this...How did the serpent move around before the fall?

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It is a duplicate posting, too.

https://www.avrfreaks.net/index.p...

Note, the OP didn't care to answer questions in that other thread.

[thanks Arnold - I've now locked the older copy as I'm guessing the OP has "lost" it anyway]

Stealing Proteus doesn't make you an engineer.

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sorry guys, i am not the native speaker of english, forgive me for this time. i am here for doubt clarification, and i don't intend to be unruly here. i shall follow all the guidelines here after while posting any question..

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i bought the software FREEISP at embeddedmarket.com former deccanrobots.com . this software burns the HEX code into ATMega32. there are 2 versions. one version for burning through serial port, other for burning through USB port, i preferred USB programmer since mine is a laptop and it doesn't have a serial port. so, when i conect all the wires and start programming the window in FREEISP shows, " all connections are not made, only 5 buses found." there are no logical or compilation errors. please show me a way out of this intricate problem.
here is the link of the site:
http://www.embeddedmarket.com/pr...

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My recommendation is to use the FREE avrdude which will give you much more sensible error reports.

Hunch: bus = connection?

Jim

Jim Wagner Oregon Research Electronics, Consulting Div. Tangent, OR, USA http://www.orelectronics.net

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i bought the software FREEISP

:shock:

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Capture a screen shot of FREEISP & post it when the error occurs.
I also pondered over the oxymoron. Perhaps the hardware is free with, purchase of the freeware! It's a odd world!

Charles Darwin, Lord Kelvin & Murphy are always lurking about!
Lee -.-
Riddle me this...How did the serpent move around before the fall?

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i bought the FREEISP

software's name is FREEisp, it doesn't mean that its always FREE of cost.. i got it purchased..

and the problem is solved.. i just got the connections wrong.. :roll:

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As I type this now, misspelling is highlighted and that may be useful for some.

As I type "microcontroller" now, it is highlighted and that is not useful for some.

George.

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Yes, I too had underlining with microcontroller, but after I double checked the spelling , I clicked "Add word" and now it works fine.
It is nice that not only did we help the OP with technically, but we have improved his ability to communicate in English(sorry to the French).
Is India written as iindia in India?

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Riddle me this...How did the serpent move around before the fall?

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sorry to the French

houldn't that be
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excuses to the French

or some such. There is no such thing as a "sorry" that you can give to anyone, AFAIK. :wink:
I will happily stand corrected, if I'm wrong!

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sorry guys, i am not the native speaker of english, forgive me for this time. i am here for doubt clarification, and i don't intend to be unruly here. i shall follow all the guidelines here after while posting any question..

Well....This is not the problem of native English. Indians are good at speaking and writing English. Don't create wrong image of Indians. Rather India has highest English speaking people in any single country in the world. Indian students have this style of writing English words with some new short-cut spellings. I have seen students writing Would as "wud" and That as "dat"... This boils my bl00d as I hardly understand the language, and never understands the the real message from those lines.....

Back to your main query, Why don't you contact Embeddedmarket.com formally for support.

I am part of EmbeddedMarket.com

Are you sure that you have purchased the hardware from EmbeddedMarket.com? The GUI software is free and works on AVRDude internally.

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Rather India has highest English speaking people in any single country in the world.

That is just hilarious! :D

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Perhaps he meant that English speaking people live near the summit of:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kan...

??

(have to admit I didn't know this Indian mountain was the third highest in the world after Everest and K2 - no doubt this gem will come in handy one day in answer to a quiz or crossword question!)

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Perhaps he meant that English speaking people live near the summit of [...]

Or he might have referred to a bunch of pot-smoking retro-hippies at the Goa beaches...

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JohanEkdahl wrote:
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Perhaps he meant that English speaking people live near the summit of [...]

Or he might have referred to a bunch of pot-smoking retro-hippies at the Goa beaches...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lis...

This data is old and is based on the official Indian population count 4 yrs ago.

Take it seriously:
1. India has over 25 regional language.
2. Every Indian business has to deal with variety of Indians with variety of languages
3. Hindi is India's official language.
4. But most the people (85%) of the South Indian States does not use Hindi, they prefer their local language or English.
5. So we have got habit of speaking in English, with customers and friends.
6. At home, we have to speak in English with our kids as it improves their performance in School.
7. English is compulsory language in all Indian Schools.
8. English language is "molded" in to all regional languages to such an extent that when we speak in regional language (in my case Marathi), we use 35% of the words from English.
e.g. "Mi OFFICE-la Chalalo Aahe"
(I am going to office)

e.g. "Mi DINNER karat aahe"
(I am having dinner)

e.g. "Me DRIVE Karat aahe"
(I am driving)

e.g. "Me TRAINING madhe aahe"
(I am in training)

e.g. "Aaaj HALF-DAY aahe OFFICE la."
(Today is half-day for office"

e.g. "Majya MOBILE mahde BALANCE naahi"
(No talk time balance in my mobile)

This thread is hijacked to off topic!!

And if you feel only Goan's Hippies can speak English, visit Goa sometime and you will find female vendors on the beach selling ornaments and other antique items, never went to school, but can speak fluent English, much better than the call center executive.

Do not underestimate English usage in India.

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Rather India has highest English speaking people in any single country in the world.

Perhaps he meant:

Rather England has highest Indian speaking people in any single country in the world.

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JimK wrote:
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Rather India has highest English speaking people in any single country in the world.

Perhaps he meant:

Rather England has highest Indian speaking people in any single country in the world.

I am not a native speaker, but can we please add a "the" at a strategically important place? And what about "highest" -> "largest population of"? In both quoted sentences, please?

Stealing Proteus doesn't make you an engineer.

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I am not a native speaker, but can we please add a "the" at a strategically important place? And what about "highest" -> "largest population of"? In both quoted sentences, please?

But maybe he meant to say:
"Rather India has tallest English speaking people in any single country in the world."

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Lennart wrote:
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I am not a native speaker, but can we please add a "the" at a strategically important place? And what about "highest" -> "largest population of"? In both quoted sentences, please?

But maybe he meant to say:
"Rather India has tallest English speaking people in any single country in the world."

Ohh ...

"Rather India has the largest English-speaking people in the world."

Is this simple now?

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If you switch people for population you're good to go.
As for now you're saying that the largest(size/weight) people that speak English live in India.

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Is this simple now?

There may be more English speakers in India than anywhere else on earth bt tht dsnt stp thm mkn stpd psts ear tht shw a dstnct lck of pnctatin n grmmr n tht r vrtly unrdbl

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The OP has his problem fixed and had a good English lesson. Thanks yellowboy_75 very interesting comments.

I still have one question, the OP has "India" as "iindia" in his header. Is that so in one of the 25 regional languages?

Charles Darwin, Lord Kelvin & Murphy are always lurking about!
Lee -.-
Riddle me this...How did the serpent move around before the fall?

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clawson wrote:
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Is this simple now?

There may be more English speakers in India than anywhere else on earth bt tht dsnt stp thm mkn stpd psts ear tht shw a dstnct lck of pnctatin n grmmr n tht r vrtly unrdbl

That's nice!! This is the best lesson for corrupted English Writing. Clawson, make a blog of it, and you will get all Indian visitors for sure.

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I still have one question, the OP has "India" as "iindia" in his header. Is that so in one of the 25 regional languages?

One should respect his country. And one should use the country name with respect. The OP is at fault.

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Hi guys,
please do not forget that language is just a mode of communication and English is just 'a' language among thousands. people in U.S and oz speak English as they wish, and we Indians speak as we like, try to understand or its your fault. Its Indian accent in India.
I

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try to understand or its your fault

Use it correctly, or it's YOUR fault! Every language has standard rules and practices to follow. Adhering to them makes everyone's life easier. Be a part of the solution!

Matt

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Use it correctly, or it's YOUR fault!
Not much value coming from an American, or an Aussie, or a New Zealander, or a Scot, or .... :wink:

John Samperi

Ampertronics Pty. Ltd.

www.ampertronics.com.au

* Electronic Design * Custom Products * Contract Assembly

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micro-controllers is the main topic of this post, not English..
i have fixed my problem. and there is no need for extra posts. to this thread.
our accent is not as speed as U.S or OZ's, we can be understood.

Last Edited: Fri. Jul 23, 2010 - 04:59 AM
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No-one worries about spelling that follows someone's accent. As long as you can understand the meaning of your words.

When this is combined with a deliberate 'textspeak' it makes it very difficult for me to understand.

I suspect that if I attempted to write in Hindi with a Kent accent and mis-spelt every word, you would find it difficult to understand.

We all know that Compilers are not forgiving when it comes to typos. So I for one attempt to avoid spelling mistakes on a worldwide forum. After all, many non-native English speakers will have to look up words in a dictionary.

David.

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our accent is not as speed as U.S or OZ's, we acn be understood.

Bsatolitelieu! Y kuddn gree moar!

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JohanEkdahl wrote:
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our accent is not as speed as U.S or OZ's, we acn be understood.

Bsatolitelieu! Y kuddn gree moar!

Even Google can not detect language used.

Lesson to new users: Write in pure English. Spelling mistakes are ok but not the Chat-typo-Language. And even spelling mistakes can be avoided as the interface where you type the query is WYSIWYG enabled and does show a red line below the text with spelling mistake. Just right click on such word and a pop-up will show optional correct spellings. I am sure that most of the operating systems and most of the browsers supports this feature. Spare few minutes extra to review and correct the your typing. This ensures quick support from the forum members. I have grown up with their support. All senior members are excellent in support.

@eivind: New forum request: Create a new sub-forum for English and language related topic.