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How can I see if I screwed my chip up 4 3003 March 20, 2012
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Strange Power Issue 4 2611 March 10, 2012
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Problems making a make file 5 3228 March 10, 2012
by Rick_S
MacBook Pro OSX 10.6.8 Programming Failure!!! Any help? 7 3171 March 04, 2012
by Bamftoy
Make File to compile assembler functions 12 4415 March 03, 2012
by Ralphxyz
AVRISPmkII Bootloader help 1 3111 February 29, 2012
by caballeroroberto
trying to understand some basics (Bitwise Operators) 2 2883 February 27, 2012
by hevans
new member 9 4166 February 24, 2012
by Rick_S
infinite loop, now it wont flash... 3 2840 February 24, 2012
by Ralphxyz
no led_blink.o file 11 3155 February 22, 2012
by greggoshen
Sound meter - DElta calculation Vs LP digital filter 2 2860 February 22, 2012
by hevans
How to slow down the baud rate? 6 4495 February 19, 2012
by jeffspc88mx
Naming of COM ports in Windows 7 17 7446 February 16, 2012
by greggoshen
What is the proper way to debug chip programming errors? 4 3094 February 11, 2012
by Ralphxyz
I need to make the LED Array one line taller..... 8 3161 February 11, 2012
by Ralphxyz
Temperature Sensor Project 8 3355 February 10, 2012
by pcbolt
Debugging connection problems 18 3847 February 10, 2012
by chennes
New Customer 9 3417 February 08, 2012
by greggoshen
How do I get fontmaker.py to save the .h file it creates? 3 2912 February 08, 2012
by tpdcoyne
Open up the command line and navigate to the folder with the code in it... Duh... What? 10 3116 February 06, 2012
by tpdcoyne
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