3. Programming in Windows with Microchip Studio
- 3.1. Installing Prerequisites
- 3.2. Setting up your programmer
- 3.3. Compiling an Example Program
- 3.4. Programming with AVRDUDE
To program AVRs in Windows, we recommend using Microchip Studio for AVR and SAM Devices, an integrated development environment (IDE) from Microchip.
Note: The Orangutan X2 does not work with the built-in AVR ISP programming software in Microchip Studio. These instructions will show you how to use Microchip Studio to compile the .hex file and then load it onto the X2 using AVRDUDE, which is included in WinAVR.