Has anyone else tried Hi-Voltage Programming using the Dragon with studio 6?
I have a 328P on a NANO3 (Arduino) with a blown SPIEN fuse. Needless to say, I can't program it via ISP.
In studio 6 I open the Device Programming window and select Dragon, HVP, 328P and the target voltage appears as 4.2 volts.
The problem is that when I select fuses (or any other tab on the left side), the target voltage goes to zero. It looks like there's missing code after that point since the window functions stop working. I must close this window and re-open it in order to get the target voltage back.
Any suggestions are welcome!