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I tried to flash my ATmega328P-PU not over the Arduino but over a self-made programming board and an USBasp. The problem is, I made the board a while ago and didn't mark which direction the 10-pin connector has to go.

My question is, can I fry the ATmega if I connect the 10-pin connector the wrong way around? Also, can this harm the USBasp in any way?

Connecting it the wrong way around would give me the following connections:

USBasp  ---  ATmega

MOSI    -|
NC      -|-  GND
RST     -|
SCK     -|

MISO    ---  Vcc
Vcc     ---  MISO

         |-  MOSI
GND     -|-  NC
         |-  RST
         |-  SCK

I tried to flash my ATmega328P-PU not over the Arduino but over a self-made programming board and an USBasp. The problem is, I made the board a while ago and didn't mark which direction the 10-pin connector has to go.

My question is, can I fry the ATmega if I connect the 10-pin connector the wrong way around?

Connecting it the wrong way around would give me the following connections:

USBasp  ---  ATmega

MOSI    -|
NC      -|-  GND
RST     -|
SCK     -|

MISO    ---  Vcc
Vcc     ---  MISO

         |-  MOSI
GND     -|-  NC
         |-  RST
         |-  SCK

I tried to flash my ATmega328P-PU not over the Arduino but over a self-made programming board and an USBasp. The problem is, I made the board a while ago and didn't mark which direction the 10-pin connector has to go.

My question is, can I fry the ATmega if I connect the 10-pin connector the wrong way around? Also, can this harm the USBasp in any way?

Connecting it the wrong way around would give me the following connections:

USBasp  ---  ATmega

MOSI    -|
NC      -|-  GND
RST     -|
SCK     -|

MISO    ---  Vcc
Vcc     ---  MISO

         |-  MOSI
GND     -|-  NC
         |-  RST
         |-  SCK
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ISP - Wrong direction frying ATmega

I tried to flash my ATmega328P-PU not over the Arduino but over a self-made programming board and an USBasp. The problem is, I made the board a while ago and didn't mark which direction the 10-pin connector has to go.

My question is, can I fry the ATmega if I connect the 10-pin connector the wrong way around?

Connecting it the wrong way around would give me the following connections:

USBasp  ---  ATmega

MOSI    -|
NC      -|-  GND
RST     -|
SCK     -|

MISO    ---  Vcc
Vcc     ---  MISO

         |-  MOSI
GND     -|-  NC
         |-  RST
         |-  SCK