Recently I started having problems with one of my Jetson TK1’s where when I tried to boot it would get hung up with some I2C error messages. Eventually it would get into Ubuntu, but the mouse/keyboard wouldn’t work so i couldn’t really do anything. So I decided to reflash.
I’ve been hitting an error message when I try to reflash using JetPack. The error points to the log message, the last few lines of which are:
RCM communication completed BCT sent successfully sending file: tegra124-jetson_tk1-pm375-000-c00-00.dtb - 59661/59661 bytes sent tegra124-jetson_tk1-pm375-000-c00-00.dtb sent successfully odm data: 0x6009c000 downloading bootloader -- load address: 0x83d88000 entry point: 0x83d88000 download command failed NvError 0x120002 command failure/warning: bootloader download failed (bad data) Failed flashing ardbeg.
I have tried reflashing multiple times with different USB cables, different host machines (all running 14.04, and have successfully flashed TK1’s before), and even different version of Jetpack (started with 2.2, 3.0 also failed). All have given the same error message.
From other posts I’ve seen that this could be grounds for RMA but I would like to get some input to see if I can get it working, as I’m leaving to travel for work next week. Luckily I have a few TK1’s but this was my development machine so I’d like to have this working for the trip if possible.
I’m attaching the full log message in case it helps.
flash_os_tk1.log (105 KB)