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Firmware update

PShox
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Hi guys,

Was rolling steps to update the firmware from 1.0.2 to 1.0.4.

Got the message Target firmware successfully updated,

Plugged out usb, then power.. Since this have not been able to turn on the bird using the DC power plug supplied???

When I plug in the usb cable the on led comes on and flashes off about every 4 seconds.

Board not recognised by computer.

Any help appreciated.

Thanks.

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FTinetti
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Plugged out usb, then power.. Since this have not been able to turn on the bird using the DC power plug supplied???

When I plug in the usb cable the on led comes on and flashes off about every 4 seconds.

Board not recognised by computer.

I think this is a strong indication there is a hardware/power problem, not a firmware update problem. Just my guess... If you have another DC power plug provided by Intel or another Galileo card you would be able to confirm, I think.

Fernando.

PShox
Novice
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Hello

I have tested the DC power plug and it is working fine. When I plug it into Galileo nothing happens.....

Diego_V_Intel
Employee
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Hi shocks88,

How did you power the board during the firmware update process? Could you post a picture of the board while it's powered?

Regards,

Diego

PShox
Novice
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Hi Diego

How did you power the board during the firmware update process?

 

I used the supplied 12V DC power supply during the firmware update. When it said Target firmware successfully updated

I unplugged the USB cable then the DC power supply. When I plugged in the Dc supply again nothing happened.

 

Could you post a picture of the board while it's powered?

 

With DC supply 

 

 

And with USB connection

 

Diego_V_Intel
Employee
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Hi shocks88,

If the DC power supply is working fine, the issue must be the board, probably the voltage regulator. I recommend you to submit a warranty ticket using the following form: http://www.intel.com/support/mailform/maker/warrantyemail.htm Intel® Support. The Warranty Team will contact you once they receive the ticket.

Regards,

Diego

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