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For my project I need to be able to program the eeprom of an Atmega 328p via an USB to PC. I tried to incorporate an USBasp programmer in my circuit but I was unsuccessful. The PC does not recognise the programmer so I am unable to install the drivers.
So my question is:
Does anybody know how can I update the Atmega 328p eeprom via USB. Is there any basic communication I could use?
I know there are boot loaders, but my programming skills are not adequate to make my own and I can not find an appropriate one.
My code for the Atmega 328 is written in Atmel studio 6. Thank you for the help.
EDIT: I already have a programator for atmel's chip, but I need some sort of programming option directly on USB. That is why I incorporated an USBASP on my board design. I would like to be able to open a simple program on a PC, set some parameters and than upload to the eeprom of my 328. All that without an additional programator (a simple plug and play device for any other user).