Hey Franck, yep just the usual bootloader should be all that's needed. As long as avr-dude can find it, SpeedyLoader will work.
It puts it in your Downloads folder. If you're running the current version of SpeedyLoader (1.1.0) it should give a link in the status box to open the ini file location directly (After it's downloaded it)
Great! And, I bet it was. I'll give it a spin on one of my old XP tuning laptops this weekend.noisymime wrote: ↑Thu Feb 21, 2019 10:54 amUpdated with a Windows 32-bit build now: https://github.com/noisymime/SpeedyLoad ... 0-ia32.exe
That was far more painful than it should've been
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