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October 27, 2011
by scottmc94
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So I did my first order from mouser because I wanted to burn my own "virgin" atmega328p chips using Noters ISP code on my nerdkit. I luckily picked the correct MCU out of the 12,000 options... BUT when I picked the crystals I wasn't so lucky. I am now probably the only one in the world that can say his atmega's are running the nerdkits bootloader at 14.4756mhz! instead of the proper 14.7456mhz... wow, dyslexia strikes again! and I wonder why I have issues with errors at compile time.... :)

Scott

PS. The link was for you Ralphxyz :)

October 29, 2011
by Ralphxyz
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Thanks Scott, I didn't mean to be a nag.

I appreciate the link.

Ralph

October 29, 2011
by scottmc94
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You weren't nagging, and I was just teasing :)

Scott

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