I went through completing the installation on the first boot. Everything looked great and then I powered things down. Went to turn things back on and the display no longer looks like it is being seen by the board. I don’t get a “No Signal” error. Monitor doesn’t do anything. I also tested it with another monitor and it got No Signal, but would not do anything else. The green light on the board is lit up.
I was using a 7" Rasberry Pi tocuhscreen monitor initially which gets power via USB, but I also tested with a regular monitor with a typical power cord. Both via HDMI.
I just downloaded the image from the Get Started site. I can’t get any display to be recognized/detected. I tested my initial display on another computer to confirm it worked. And I tried a completely different display. I also formatted the SD again and re-flashed the Developer Kit SD image. The green light on the board comes on when I power it on, but I can’t get any display to show.
This was a sealed box, never before used. Again, I was initially able to complete the setup. Finished the setup and shut things down. Haven’t been able to get a display to work ever since.
Yes. I tried a completely different display than the original touchscreen HDMI display and I tried to connect to another monitor via Displayport this weekend. I still get No Signal as if the display is not at all detected. I have the green power light on the board still. I also have swapped out the power supply.
I am not able to access it at all because it was only ever on once. I more or less powered it up once after 15 minutes of taking it out of the box. I did the initial setup fine. Basically I got through the Setup and First Boot step on the NVIDIA Get Started site and logged in. And then powered it off because I had to leave. And I have never been able to connect a display or see into it since. I have reformatted and re-flashed the SD card a few times.
I am not able to use a display with either HDMI or Displayport. Is there any other way I could possibly access the Nano via IP if it is powered on? It would be a fresh install again at this point.
If your host supports ncm, then your host side shall have a IP 192.168.55.100 and device side will be 192.168.55.1 when micro usb cable is connected between your host and device after device is correctly booting into system.
Or there would be /dev/ttyACM0 interface shown on your host under same situation.