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Post time 2017-11-13 00:05:41 | Show all posts |Read mode
I orderd 2 OP PC2, but No LED is flashing if I power them on. An older OP works. 5V/3A Supply..

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Post time 2017-11-13 02:37:05 | Show all posts
Well I overclocked one and I didn't use a fan so it burned, if the chip gets to hot it warps the soldering.

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Post time 2017-11-13 13:50:43 | Show all posts
Did you check  your SD card and the image you wrote? Did you try another image for PC2? Same result?

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Post time 2017-11-14 09:38:50 | Show all posts
Sometimes I find the chips store flags without the sd, like when you change clock speed and reburn sd it remembers the old clock, if you mess something up in the boot parameters could be permanent probably also

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Post time 2017-11-14 14:36:53 | Show all posts
[size=17.1429px]he Ethernet and power LED wont light if the board dont boot, so most people will consider it dead. Acutally it just dont boot.
[size=17.1429px]So download images on Orangepi offical web for PC2, and burn it to the 8 or 16 GB 10class SD card.

[size=17.1429px]Power the PC2 from the DCIN port

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Post time 2017-11-18 22:24:33 | Show all posts
Edited by Tina at 2017-11-18 22:45

Hi,
Which image do you use and what power supply (eg. official, phone, generic from aliexpres,...) have you there?

Please check 1. the voltage at the 5V rail: GPIO pin 2 or 4 (5V) and pin 6 (GND). Many power supplies do not hold a stable voltage above 5V with a load and the Orange Pi's need a stable 5+ voltage. It could be that your power supply just drops a little bit under 5V, but enough to power the old OP and the OP PC2 needs just a bit more power.

If this is OK, check the image on the µSD card. In the past with my first attempts i had problems if I did not follow closely the instructions of each ROM.

I have no problems with armbian and you find the images here
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Post time 2018-1-4 04:53:21 | Show all posts

If the OPi does not have a memory with an operating system installed does not work, does not turn on, uses a class 10 memory for better results, test downloading the image of some operating system, Retrorangepi for example installs the image using "Etcher" to me it worked .
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