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USBasp drivers for 64 bit Windows 7 Posted on Nov 14, 2010 in attiny The most cost-effective way to program an ATmega/ATtiny MCU that’s not embedded in a development board such as the Arduino is to buy yourself a USB in-system programmer (ISP).