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[SOLVED] Burning bootloader to Arduino Nano from Dagu Red Spider via circuting

So I recently got an arduino nano, but it came without a bootloader. I am trying to burn the bootloader by using the only other board I have, which is a Dagu Red Spider. By looking at the schematics, I figured out MSIO was on pin 22, MOSI was on pin 21, SCK on pin 20, and SS on 19. I connected those to the Nano's pins 12, 11, 13, and reset, respectively. Unfortunately, it still gives me "avrdude: stk500_getsync(): not in sync: resp=0x00" error.

Can anyone offer me any suggestions?

Zifduino bootloader programming shield

When I first began working with Arduino I was amazed by the incredible things people were doing with the devices. After a couple of successes with my little UNO R3 I wanted to make some things using  "standalone"  chips. Following some tips from fellow Ardweenies I discovered this: http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/ArduinoToBreadboard

Burning the bootloader in a wildthumper with a parallel programmer

Hi guys!!!!

I'm using a wildthumper board, but I can't upload a new program in it. I've read this post: http://letsmakerobots.com/node/31728#comment-82021 so I know that I've got to burn the bootloader.

Learning to use "make" files to compile a new Arduino bootloader

G'day everyone. I am not a professional programmer, I have not had any training in C language. Previously I had a lot of support from LMR and learned to write an Arduino Library. Now I am trying to compile a bootloader and need help again. I've installed WinAVR and AVR studio and have been trying to find out how to use them. It seems I need to learn to use a "make" file but I cannot find any good information on how to do this. Most information on the net assumes I am a programmer.

Creating a new Arduino PCB in the Arduino IDE - Trials and Tribble-ations

If someone can help me out then I will write a tip/walkthough on this subject.

Quite often DAGU products use the ATmega168 MCU rather than the ATmega328 because they are a bit cheaper and 16K of program memory is often enough.

The problem is that ATmel no longer produce the ATmega168 20-AU which we had been using. They now produce the ATmega168PA which is almost identical but has a different device signature ID.

Arduino programming problem

I've having problems loading sketches onto my Duemilanove.

Athough the IDE indicates "Done uploading", there are 2 verification errors

Suspecting that the bootloader is corrupted, I've tried reburning it using the Pololu AVR Programmer, but rcv the following error

Is the Arduino dead?

 

Burning the Arduino Bootloader with your Arduino as the ISP programmer

I noticed that the Arduino 0018 software included the option of using an existing Arduino as a programmer for burning the bootloader onto blank ATmega chips.Below is my Arduino Nano configured as per the instructions.

This sounds like a great idea but I am having trouble getting it to work in practise. Usually I get this error: