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Could I get around this issue by purchasing ISP AVR Programmer?
Does it still work on the laptop?
Did you program with the USB bootloader before?
Did you ever plug anything into the pins '3.3V OUT'? (even by accident)
Does USB work when nothing else is plugged into the Axon II?
Did your laptop/PC give you any USB errors?
What is your battery voltage?
When you 'wheeled it over', what specifically does that mean? (a serious question
What devices are attached to your robot, and to what pins?
Control Panel -> System -> Hardware (tab) -> Device Manager (button)What do you see for USB?(this assumes you have XP, but may be a little different depending on your OS)
Yeap. Although, this could be a sign of other problems. Plus, the USB is a must-have for debugging code so I'd rather you have that working anyway
Here is my prj file where you can see the connections https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B83RdnxAI6xvMF95QUlETDM5ZTQ/edit
I ordered a hardware programmer just in case (plus I'll probably need it in the future).
Where did you plug the 12V into? Are you using single or dual power mode?
The link should work now. It should come up with 'no preview available' but should say 'download' right underneath.
Google DriveCannot enter the application at this time.
Was your Remote Shutoff Switch active when you wheeled it, meaning current was allowed to pass through?
I can still use the Axon II with the hardware programmer, right?
Oh good. I have a FTDI ttl to usb cable. Is it going to be a problem the FTDI cable have the 6 pin connector? Which UART pins do I connect it to? Any of them? And is there any interfacing I have to do? I have already downloaded a driver for FTDI