# Arduino ISP and Atmega8L-8PU [closed]

I am running Arduino 1.0 programming via Arduino ISP. I get this error message:

avrdude: Expected signature for ATmega8 is 1E 93 07 Double check chip, or use -F to override this check.

I am trying to program a brand new chip ATmega8L-8PU from Digikey. Any ideas?

Do I need to put some core files in a folder?

I have programmed ATtinys85 and 2313 in the past just fine.

My real project is to program this board to be a srcolling display board of some sort.

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 Since your question is about ISP, it would obviously help if you provided details regarding exactly HOW you attempted the ISP, so that we know what steps you undertook – boardbite Aug 22 '12 at 1:28 Are you using an Arduino as programmer? If so, check this question of mine: electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/35044/… I have the impression that your programmer gets reset instead of the device that you want to program. The programmer's controller sends it ID instead of the device you want to program. – jippie Oct 21 '12 at 10:39 Seems to be abandoned in unanswerable form, voting to close. – Chris Stratton Dec 20 '12 at 16:39

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You have to wire the miso, mosi, sck, rest, gnd and vcc correct. Open the windows command prompt

type in:

avrdude -p $(MCU) -c avr910 -P com1 -F -e -U flash:w:$(TARGET).hex:a


MCU = ATMEGA8

com1 = in your case the port of ISP programmer is hooked on

TARGET = location of hex file

avr910 = replace with your programmer name

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