Ray writes with this technique for installing open source drivers on Windows. I came across a surprisingly simple approach to installing USBasp and USBtiny drivers for all versions of Windows — XP, 7, 8, 8.1, whether 32-bit or 64-bit, all inclusive! As you may know, installing open-source drivers such as USBasp and USBtiny have been […]
JohnLittle writes: I finally got round playing with my AVRASP v2.0 boards. The ones Sleepwalker3 mentioned. Thanks mate! I bought three USBASP v2.0 on ebay for under £1.50 each. They each came with a short cable (5×2 sockets at each end). However, they do not come with the JP2 header soldered on. Solder it or […]
From the comments on our earlier Turning the Freedom board into a Logic Analyzer post, Ralph Doncaster writes: For situations where the samples will fit in RAM, this is good. For long sampling periods I used a USBasp and a PL-2303HX to make a logic analyzer that can sample 2 lines at 2.4 msps or 8 […]
AMX hacked PiratePICProg, the Bus Pirate PIC programming software, to work with the USBASP programming hardware. A modified firmware needs to be uploaded to USBASP and then you can program PICs with it. Via the forum.