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( solved )Orangepi PC2 - no screen

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Published in 2017-1-27 00:15:12 | Show all floors |Read mode
Edited by guyc at 2017-2-27 05:34

I flashed the latest Ubuntu image.
In the beginning the HDMI screen was detected but from time to time it went off.
I tought it was a power problem, so I switched the power supply. No changes. I measured the voltages and they are ok.
I reflashed the SD-card and started from the beginning.
Now the HDMI screen is no langer detected. (feedback from the screen : no input)

I think the orangepi is running. Red led is on and I can see him in the netwerk with Fing.
Please advise .
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 Author| Published in 2017-1-27 02:00:41 | Show all floors
Problem solved. I switch the monitor and everything was working again.
Why it doesn't work on a monitor wit 1920 x 1080 or a HD-TV with HDMI input I don't know

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Published in 2017-2-16 18:14:16 | Show all floors
guyc replied at 2017-1-27 02:00
Problem solved. I switch the monitor and everything was working again.
Why it doesn't work on a moni ...

Well I can't output HDMI to my main monitor (Acer Z35) which is a big issue for me...

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Published in 2017-2-17 01:09:50 | Show all floors
https://www.armbian.com/orange-pi-pc2/

I am not sure it works on all possible screen sizes, but it works on 1080p.

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Published in 2017-3-11 13:28:52 | Show all floors
I can't get it to work either. I think it's the same problem I had with the Orange Pi PC. Unlike the OPiPC there is no clear way to change settings like pixel clock or disable EDID. At least the Armbian mainline image gives me something albeit at the wrong resolution. The arch64 kernels are new territory for me so I have no idea how to configure things.

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Published in 2017-4-15 03:07:57 | Show all floors
https://youtu.be/-njzaDO8xPE check out this video
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