BOLT's built-in Arduino Leonardo is using BOLT's internal 5V power source thus cannot be
separately powered (unless you doing the tiny 0403 SMD...
Using Windows 10 running on UDOO Bot as an example:
When UDOO Bolt is a Miracast transmitter (and the display/receiver is a Roku), you can find...
Try few possible scenarios
- play file locally thru 3.5mm headphone jack, not thru HDMI audio stream
- play file which only in embeds Dolby...
Also, try play audio on local 3.5mm headphone port. This validate if audio stream can be decoded with proper audio plug-ins.
Audio stream embedded in HDMI signals can be digital stereo (PCM at various bit rate), Dolby Digital, etc.
If your HDMI monitor can decode digital...
That is very strange.
Please try to use a USB 3.0 flash drive to direct plug-in to Bolt's USB 3.0 port to check if it works and is in USB 3 mode....
A common, potential issue on this type of external DVD burner/reader, is not be able to get sufficient power from the PC it is attached with....
This is one of the misunderstandings in the messy USB (or USB-ish) world.
There is the physical connector (looked the same) USB Type-C...
Re: Windows installed on removable media (USB flash drive or SD card)
No. At least not an official supported configurations for few reasons...
Sorry to hear that.
Don't know how dead it is. If hardware is dead (e.g., if the ATmega32u4 is super hot) then use an external Auduino board.
That long delay should/could only happen once when BIOS/UEFI is first-time detection hardware configuration and store such configuration...
It is a common seen problem for USB-powered heavy load (including instantaneous demand load), somewhere in the power-path is not up to the job....
You'll have to make sure your external SSD consumes 500mA 5V or less.
If not (most likely the case), use an external power supply for your SSD.
It is also known as JST 1.25.
See this example:
Sorry please ignore my previous post.
It is a 3-pin JHD 1.25. (1.25mm pitch)
It is a standard PC 3-pin (or 4-pin) fan connector.
Also, pls try
- disable eMMC when loading the OS to NVMe
- do not install NVMe when loading OS to eMMC
to see if booting to the OS could work.
Please share NVMe SSD's make/model info. Thx.
So indeed it is the Power_State related.
"Cold Applying Power" would be S0 state. Does it enter D4cold or D4hot in any form? I don't know.
Please read this thread:
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