Udoo X86 Boot Loop problem

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  1. Alptekin

    Alptekin New Member

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    Hello friends.

    I set up the system correctly. Partly for sure.
    I tried to boot from the flash memory. I failed. I also tried to open the Boot menu without Flash memory and Sata. The boot menu does not open.
    I did a short circuit test with a multimeter. I did not find any problems.
    My Udoo Board is restarting again in 30 seconds. Then entering Boot Loop.
    Also Flash memory and keyboard do not work. There is no energy in the usb inputs.
    The LED on the board is continuously blinking orange green. It turns green for about 30 seconds then turns orange.The board does not see this when I press the ESC or DEL key because the keyboard does not have the power.

    What are your recommendations in this regard?
    I am waiting for your help in this regard. Have a nice day
     
  2. waltervl

    waltervl UDOOer

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    Did you do anithing with the Arduino 101 before? Perhaps the Arduino 101 is rebooting the Udoo but I have no idea how to solve this.
    You could try to use another monitor and/or hdmi cable and see if the boot menu opens then.

    If that all fails I would advise to open a ticker for udoo customer care https://www.udoo.org/customer-care/open.php
     
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    waltervl UDOOer

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    Alptekin New Member

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    Yes, I tried. I also tried to hold it all the way through the loop.
    I shorted GND and Pin9. Udoo is still in the loop.
     
  5. Snakebyte

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    Might be a long shot, but have you considered a faulty power supply? Maybe a component is heating up and failing, but the UEFI is set to automatically boot after a power failure, which ends when the component cools off.
     
  6. Alptekin

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    unfortunately, I tried the solutions you said. But the problem continues.
     
  7. waltervl

    waltervl UDOOer

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    If you are on BIOS 1.03 or 1.04 you can reset the Bios.If you remove flash (do you mean SD card?) and sata and reset bios (Removing RTC battery for 1 minute) it should go to factory settings. With an Live OS (eg Ubuntu) on USB you should be able to boot again. https://www.udoo.org/docs-x86/Hardware_Reference/UEFI_Firmware.html

    If your old OS is on the eMMC you can still start with a n Live OS (eg Ubuntu) on USB and reformat/empty the eMMMC and install the OS from scratch.
     
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  8. tvhung83

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    @Alptekin I'm seeing this issue as well, plus, mine has no video output. Did you resolve the issue?
     
  9. Alptekin

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    @tvhung83 No unfortunately I still have not solved the problem. I also tried resetting to arduino via pins.
    Does your board go into the boot cycle?
     

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