If you are finding the right programmer for programming your AVR-Microcontroller, then it would be a great one! You can easily integrate this programmer with ATmel Studio, Arduino IDE, AVRDUDESS, AVRPal, Extreme Burner, BASCOM, and many more. Using the onboard jumper, it is possible to set the target supply voltage to +3.3V or +5V. This programmer was also allowed to update the firmware version and enabling the SLOW SCK mode.  


Working with this USBasp Programmer you have to download and install the driver software. Please follow the link to download the USBasp driver or simply google for it. Depending on your operating system and x86/x64 bit version select the installer and simply run it.


Supported ICs: check Documents tab of this page or click here.

Windowns Driver: check Documents tab of this page or click here.


Supported Development Boards:


USBasp Driver Installation on Windows 10

(You have to disable signature enforcement) 

Step-1: Start>Update & security>Recovery>Restart now
Step-2: Troubleshoot>Advanced options>Startup Settings>Restart
7) Disable driver signature enforcement
Step-3: Press F7 to disable driver Signature enforcement
Step-4: install driver


Question & Answer

Total 1 questions

Q: Can you please elaborate how to enable slow sck mode in it. Do i have to use a jumper or it comes with a "slow sck switch" like techshop's - avr programmer r2 has. Questioned by Cluser, 21-Dec-2021

JP1: Self Programming, JP2: Target Power Supply, JP3: Enable Slow SCK Answered by FAHIM_REAZA, 26-Dec-2021 12:15 PM

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