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Published in 2015-11-1 16:14:45 | Show all floors |Read mode
Edited by tk5ju at 2015-11-4 22:13


2015-10-31 08:29:19

Hi,

I just got my Orange pi pc card and I can not see images on my monitor.
(Benq DVI , Acer HDMI, Scart TV).
Here is a summary of what I found:

The engraved image: Ubuntu for orange ft pc: no result
                                   Debian orange pi: no result
The uImage files and script.bin Were Replaced by OPI-2 uImage
and different scipt.binXXX: no result.
I use two HDMI cables and HDMI-DVI adapter: no result.
(Cords and adapt it work --other configurations)
I also use the output video: no result.
I use two different SD card 16G class 10 HC: No Result.
The power supplies used: 5V 1.7A and 5V 2A: no results.
The screens used: Benq 1280 * 1024 , Acer 1920 * 1024 , Philips TV
with HDMI and composite video: no result.
The reset button does not work
The debug output Operates. The processor Seems to be working properly.
The access to internet works.
I wonder if the video output is functional?

Can you help me, because i can not find anything on the Internet
that can help me.

Thanks for your help.

(I have already contacted on Aliexpress.)


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Published in 2015-11-11 21:36:19 | Show all floors
Edited by jacer at 2015-11-11 21:37
tk5ju replied at 2015-11-5 16:23
Joint: Debug_orangepipc.pdf

Check my posts below.Make sure you have flashed loboris`s image first.
For HDMI2DVI
http://www.orangepi.org/orangepi ... =6216&fromuid=37174
For HDMI and HDMI2VGA
http://www.orangepi.org/orangepi ... =4802&fromuid=37174



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jacer replied at 2015-11-11 21:36
Check my posts below.Make sure you have flashed loboris`s image first.
For HDMI2DVI
http://www.oran ...

ok,

thank you for your help but is not running.
I think my orange pi pc card is dead! (video)
but the processeur is running. (connecting with ssh)


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tk5ju replied at 2015-11-15 00:08
ok,

thank you for your help but is not running.

Change the power cable. I bought a cheap cable and it won`t boot. You should use a good cable and a good power adapter to make it work.

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Hi,

I have received a new orange pi pc and it's running good. But my screen is Benq DVI 1280*1024.
I can't display this mode. Only script.bin.OPI_PC_720p60_dvi with resolution 1280*720 is possible.
The image is distorded. How to make for 1280*1024?

Thank's for your help.

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Published in 2016-1-21 04:16:24 | Show all floors
we in parts, ok?
1) download this OrangePI-PC_Ubuntu_Vivid_Mate.img.xz version link https://goo.gl/aqy0g0

2) do the installation on your SDCARD using the Win32 Disk Imager and SDFormatter installation link here: http://plugue.net.br/blog/orange-pi-instalacao-do-sistema/

3) connect the orangePI on a TV 32 inches or more

after making this comment the result here, it worked out for me.

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jacer replied at 2015-12-3 13:27
Change the power cable. I bought a cheap cable and it won`t boot. You should use a good cable and a ...

Changing the power adapter did it for me. I had a cheapo adapter that when used, the Orange Pi PC booted part way up and then stopped in the middle of the boot. Switching to a Sony PSP power adapter I borrowed from my son's PSP worked great on powering up and being able to log in.

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Published in 2017-1-3 05:28:02 | Show all floors
Hello everyone,
I had the same no display issue, tried everything, gave up, and then i found a video,

Issue was LOW VOLTAGE
even if you use rated 5v adapters, they are sometimes 4.8 or something and the fckling pie is very sensitive to low voltage, i used a 12v adapter with buck converter set to 5.08 volts, works perfectly!

just display is zoomed a bit, trying to solve it..
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