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mithat [Case 1: Uno or Nano with USBtinyISP]
arduino:arduino_without_a_bootloader [2020/01/04 02:46] (current)
mithat [Getting your bootloader back]
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 When you upload a program using a programmer, you overwrite the bootloader. This means your board will no longer work with the conventional //Sketch > Upload// command in the IDE. However, getting the bootloader back is straightforward. When you upload a program using a programmer, you overwrite the bootloader. This means your board will no longer work with the conventional //Sketch > Upload// command in the IDE. However, getting the bootloader back is straightforward.
  
-Uploading a bootloader to your micro is almost identical to uploading a program using a programmer. The only difference is that instead of uploading a program using //Sketch > Upload Using Programmer//,​ you upload the appropriate bootloader for your board using //Tools > Burn Bootloader//​. As was the case when uploading programs, before you upload the bootloader, you must confirm that //Tools > Board// and //Tools > Processor// ​fields ​are set appropriately for your board.+Uploading a bootloader to your micro is almost identical to uploading a program using a programmer. The only difference is that instead of uploading a program using //Sketch > Upload Using Programmer//,​ you upload the appropriate bootloader for your board using //Tools > Burn Bootloader//​. As was the case when uploading programs, before you upload the bootloader, you must confirm that //Tools > Board// and //Tools > Processor// ​or other options ​are set appropriately for your board.
  
 After uploading the bootloader, you should be able to use //Sketch > Upload// again just as you always have. After uploading the bootloader, you should be able to use //Sketch > Upload// again just as you always have.
  
arduino/arduino_without_a_bootloader.txt · Last modified: 2020/01/04 02:46 by mithat