So, Here is my problem:
I have the AVR programmer mkII, with the USB... fire wire, i think it is called.
edit - (sorry, the connection to the CIRCUIT board is 6 prong) -
I'm not quite sure what to call the connection, but it looks like a fire-wire to me, tried to look it up on Google, but could not find it.
My mini laptop recognizes the programmer and installed all drivers correctly.
I have two green lights on the programmer, I hooked up my motor's (no wheel's are attached yet, so it can't try to suicide off the table), and one of the photo-sensors, and as you can probably tell, i had to do some really really ghetto wiring on the circuit board. Accidentally put the micro-controller on backwards, but it works as far as i can tell with my multi-meter when i spent a hour testing each part.
Now when i click in AVR studio four, I'm basically re-built the program etc and according to the tutorial i can now upload the program into the robot correct? When i try to connect to the robot via the USB-whatever, it says it can't connect.
As far as i can tell i followed every single step and attempted to search on the forums for my problem, even spent the time to redo the multi-metering out every strip of solder i put on there to make sure voltage was getting thru etc.
At this point, I'm not quite sure what to do as the tutorial says that since i have AVR studio four and mkII i should be able to upload now correct since i don't need to use ponyProg?