I can load the blink program and it gives the ‘AVRdude done – thanks’ note but the LED on 13 does not illuminate or respond to this program?? I don’t know if the clone has short protection as the ligit UNOs do but from this it would appear not? Will do shortly, and thanks for your cotinuing help! This is about the limit of my abilities at this stage but I have two questions: This red text always ends with the above “avrdude” statement when the program compiles OK – or a cryptic explanation of any problem areas encountered in this program, should this occur??
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This red text seems to correspond to a line of each step in xh340t running program – there are and always have been a multitude of red text lines all showing numbers in ’s for each and every program run!
It has little or nothing to do with whether it is a clone or not. Does it tell you “Done Uploading”?
All very mysterious – either no one really looks at these comments in the box under the code box or I have something uniquely totally weird going chio and I am the only person in the world this is happening too???
I have read about “software fuses?? Will do shortly, and thanks for your cotinuing help! Looking forward to your comments. Well, this particular UNO clone has both male and female header pins which are tremendously beneficial and are therefore a definate advantage over the genuine UNO!
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I have also noticed a number of other chips having different alpha characters after the and would like to know if any of these will substutute for my original P-PU chip assuming the same frequency; in particular I can get P locally fhip the shelf but not P-PU?? I have checked all of the lines on the clone and all pins are showing their correct voltages.
Somehow I rather think this latter possibility is a totally implausable one?? You are not the first person to comment as you have when I have mentioned this “happening” in previous posts???
If you were critically close to the bottom ch304t the text box, some systems OS might behave oddly. By the way please remember I am a total newby to programming chips etc – so I would greatly appreciate not using and techie jargon in any reply.
If they carry the same or similar “fuse” functionality how would I go about reprograming same?? Hey fella, we are going to need a lot more accurate information than that to get any idea of the situation.
Conclusion is that this clone chip is therefore UTS!
Arduino UNO Clone CHT Chip
Prior to shorting it the UNO clone ran everything my genuine UNO ran so there were no problems with it prior to this event! What does “it goes through the motions of loading a sketch” mean? Yep – certainly am! Any plans for the genuine article to incorporate this functionality – I believe it would increase UNO sales tremendously, if it was???
Hope this gives you the missing data? And if so, how should I go about this? This is about the limit of my abilities at this stage but I have two questions: Looking forward to your continuing help. I am simply amazed by your comment you have never seen these words??? What sketch have chp tried – “Blink” using the on-board LED?
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I don’t know if the clone has short protection as the ligit UNOs do but from this it would appear not? I can load the blink xh340t and it gives the ‘AVRdude done – thanks’ note but the LED on 13 does not illuminate or respond to this program?? Does the Uno appear to run the last sketch you loaded onto it? One final comment – the whole time I was typing this question all of the text decenders were missing; that is until just now when I started writing this comment?
This red text always ends with the above “avrdude” statement when the program compiles OK – or a cryptic explanation of any problem areas encountered in this program, should this occur?? Thanks guys for your replies: Is either or both of these a good or bad idea chup could doing either or both kill my good chip???
Have you tried the loopback test in the installation section?