Reply by Matthias Arndt●December 1, 20062006-12-01
> [reset circuit]
> Can someone please direct me how to go about solving this problem?
I had similar with an 8051 based board. A simple and straightforward
solution was to use a reset generator on a chip where the MAX700 and its
derivates come to mind.
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Reply by ●November 30, 20062006-11-30
I use atmega16 microcontroller, STK500 development board and codevision
Does anyone know the steps for setting up the external reset circuit
I tried to follow the reset circuit in the STK500 user manual (p3-20)
http://atmel.com/dyn/resources/prod_doc ... oc1925.pdf
I connected my 5V VTG pin from STK500 to one end of resistor. I connect
one end of the capacitor to the ground. I have the common node connect
to the reset pin on the STK500 (pin3 of PORTE).
After everything is connected, I unmount the RESET jumper on my STK500.
After I click on "download chip", I get the error message "error
entering programming mode".
I get the same error message when I try to program my fuse bit.
Can someone please direct me how to go about solving this problem?