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Published in 2016-11-29 02:41:51 | Show all floors |Read mode
Hi All,

I bought a Orange Pi PC from AliExpress. I have a 16GB Class 10 Toshiba SDCard. I format sdcard with ubuntu mate.
I have 5V 2A Adapter. But my board is not working. rj45 leds is on. But red and green led on board is not lighting.
And back of board is very hot heat. like burning flames .  

Please Help Me...

Best Regards. Sorry for my bad english.

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Published in 2016-12-1 15:44:07 | Show all floors
After Win32DiskImager writes your sd card, you should see a fat32 partition on that card usually named BOOT.
Two files MUST be on that partition - uImage (that is compressed Linux kernel) and a script.bin (that is a board SoC and peripherials configuration)

These files must match the board, which you are trying to start and the monitor hardware you are using.
So, download from https://drive.google.com/folderv ... WnVwSEU&usp=sharing file desktop_scripts.tar.gz
Unzip it to some temporary folder, and renameunzipped file uImage_OPI-2 (it is a OPI PC compatible kernel)to uImage and move that to a BOOT partition of your sd card.
Do the same thing for a script.bin - reame one of unzipped

script.bin.OPI-PC_1080p50
script.bin.OPI-PC_1080p50_dvi
script.bin.OPI-PC_1080p50_hdmi

to a script.bin and move it also to a BOOT partition of your sd card. Safely eject your sd card, insert it to OPI and try to boot.
Sometimes, it is booting without video (there are compatibility issues with some displays and DVI-HDMI adapters) - in that case just try other script.bin

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 Author| Published in 2016-11-30 04:21:11 from mobile | Show all floors
Help me please?

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Published in 2016-11-30 06:08:38 | Show all floors
Hi, I've had
the same problem with my PC2.
No led power.
If the Sdcard it are not well burning with good linux for the card.
Try whit Debian server.

Sorry for my English

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Published in 2016-11-30 09:10:42 from mobile | Show all floors
Go to www.armbian.com download the required version of software from this website. Follow the instructions on the website for how to burn the card. You must have a working image on the card before getting any response from the LED's.

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Published in 2016-11-30 16:30:37 | Show all floors
It looks like your OPI is unable to boot the kernel, or a script.bin is missing, incompatible, or corrupt.  
Please, read the following: http://www.orangepi.org/orangepi ... &extra=page%3D1
Hope it helps

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 Author| Published in 2016-12-1 01:09:04 | Show all floors
thanks for your helps. i will try these.

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 Author| Published in 2016-12-1 02:38:58 from mobile | Show all floors
alexbudd replied at 2016-11-30 09:10
Go to www.armbian.com download the required version of software from this website. Follow the instru ...

I just tried armbian now. But nothing changed. Leds are not turn on. And the back of my board is overheating.

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 Author| Published in 2016-12-1 02:41:46 from mobile | Show all floors
shooreg replied at 2016-11-30 16:30
It looks like your OPI is unable to boot the kernel, or a script.bin is missing, incompatible, or co ...

I read the link on the link you gave. But I do not know what to do. Can you help a little

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Published in 2016-12-1 09:20:22 from mobile | Show all floors
How are you copying the image files to the SD Card. Are you using a program like rufus or windows disk imager or just copying the files direct to the card?

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 Author| Published in 2016-12-1 12:27:34 from mobile | Show all floors
alexbudd replied at 2016-12-1 09:20
How are you copying the image files to the SD Card. Are you using a program like rufus or windows di ...

I using Win32 Disk Imager.
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