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Something isn't right about your Reset line with the capacitor and voltage divider. When the pin 32 goes high or low, the cap will decouple into AC leaving a straight voltage divider after like a fraction of a us. You have 2.5v going to the Reset line of the "Arduino" board according to the circuit. I'm surprised it works but then again I haven't looked at the board reset circuitry. Maybe there is a one-shot? I doubt it. Either way, good job using low cost parts.
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