09-03-2010 #481B1oH4z Guest
probably by going online
though there is a BIG chance that doing so will get you BANNED, so i dont think you should do it
09-03-2010 #482masri01 Guest
09-03-2010 #483Cilow Guest
Thanks for your Reply. Please look this PDF File respectively the Manual of this Board. Its an AVR Dragon. The Manual says everything u need to know if this maybe work. Maybe B1oH4z's or someone else with Skillz can take a Look at this please.
09-03-2010 #484B1oH4z Guest
09-03-2010 #485chomps268 Guest
lol @ the people going online.
You were warned about doing so, yet you still do it. Ahaha, I'm gonna lol so hard when all the people who went online get banhammer'd. Be smart, stay offline.
09-03-2010 #486B1oH4z Guest
UnicronNL on the psx scene board posted, that lufa now supports the olimex 162 board, so leds should work now:
files to replace:
MCU = at90usb162
BOARD = OLIMEX162
F_CPU = 8000000
09-03-2010 #487zx6r2004 Guest
Olimex AVR-USB-162 just got my self one of them. can some one tell me what's the best program to use and what file to get to use this please?
09-03-2010 #488B1oH4z Guest
get flip to flash the chip:
the hex in the first post of the thread
or try this one:
it has the olimex 162 board-layout, so the leds should work
09-03-2010 #489zx6r2004 Guest
09-03-2010 #490R3b0rn Guest
Update #2: B1oH4z has shared a PSGroove AVR-USB-162 hex code that was compiled with a setting of 8mhz and using it Jasmin05 has confirmed the Olimex AT90USB162 works 100% now with a video below!
And before you ask again, yes to be able to flash your drive you have to HOLD the big button while you connect it to the pc, while still holding, press the resetbutton once then release... your pc will find new hardware... the rest... google it...