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PPang2
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What are the steps if you want to move your system image from one Galileo to another Galileo board of the same type(gen2)?

I thought that the new board would just boot up with my old microSD card.(Yocto Jun9 2015 image)!

but I got this error instead:

ASSERT_EFI_ERROR (Status = Aborted)

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***** ERROR: System boot failure!!!!!!! *****

***** - Press 'R' if you wish to force system recovery *****

***** (connect USB key with recovery module first) *****

***** - Press any other key to attempt another boot *****

*****************************************************************

Recovery boot selected..........

*****************************************************************

***** ERROR: System boot failure!!!!!!! *****

***** - Press 'R' if you wish to force system recovery *****

***** (connect USB key with recovery module first) *****

***** - Press any other key to attempt another boot *****

*****************************************************************

New boot attempt selected........

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asss
Valued Contributor II
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PPang2
Novice
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Thanks for the links.

This morning when I tried to boot the Galileo it came up with my microSD inserted.

Friday the last thing I did was to try to run Arduino sketches, but without luck and I had to stop.

Could it be the case that the Arduino IDE upgraded the firmware and fixed the problem?

Anyway happy that it is working again.

FTinetti
Honored Contributor I
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Hi JaddeDragon,

Did you upgrade the firmware in the new Galileo so that both Galileo have the same fimware version?

Just curious: does the new Galileo boot without the SD card?

Fernando.

PPang2
Novice
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Thanks for your reply.

Well, I don't remember in detail what I did Friday evening. But I did ran some sketches that did not work, and I tried to install upgrades.

Don't know why, but everything works now. .

What command to I use to see the firmware version on my system? Do you refer to BSP version?

FTinetti
Honored Contributor I
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JadeDragon wrote:

Thanks for your reply.

Well, I don't remember in detail what I did Friday evening. But I did ran some sketches that did not work, and I tried to install upgrades.

Don't know why, but everything works now. .

What command to I use to see the firmware version on my system? Do you refer to BSP version?

Hi JadeDragon,

Good to know your Galileo is working, hard to know why, though.

The Intel Galileo Firmware Updater shows the "Current Board Firmware", I don't know about BSP version, I think it's closely related, but I'm not completely sure about...

HTH,

Fernando.

FTinetti
Honored Contributor I
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Replying to myself just to mention that DiegoV_Intel posted in another thread:

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Also, check the output of the following command: cat /sys/firmware/board_data/flash_version. We can check the firmware version with that command. For the firmware version 1.0.4, the output should be 0x01000400.

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