I am using JetPack 4.6.3 to flash a 64GB SD card for Nano A02 version dev kit.
After powering on, it stuck in the boot. Attached is the log from the serial port.
I use command line
$ sudo ./flash.sh jetson-nano-devkit mmcblk0p1
to create a 32GB sd card, and it can boot properly.
please help to advise.
Nano-A02-boot-20230529.log (8.7 KB)
you mean with the same flashing command, the device can boot with the 64GB card, but failed with the 32GB card?
Can you help to confirm after it fails to boot with the 32GB card, does it work if you take out the 32GB card, and insert the 64GB card?
If I run $ sudo ./flash.sh jetson-nano-devkit mmcblk0p1 to flash a 32GB SD card, the kit can boot.
If I use JetPack 4.6.3 to flash a 64GB SD card, it doesn’t boot up. Log in the last attachment.
then maybe there is some compatibility issue with your 64GB SD card.
Another user also hit the same issue as you, and he also got it fixed after replacing for a new card:
I have successfully flashed a new Jetson Orin Nano 8GB Development kit using SDK Manager from a native Ubuntu20 host, to Micro SD Card (128GB).
However, after the initial Nvidia splash screen, the display goes blank. Serial logs shows a kernel panic.
Can you please help in identifying the issue?. Attached all the logs.
flash_1-9_0_20230526-170746.log (41.5 KB)
SDKM_logs_2023-05-26_17-37-28.zip (405.2 KB)
uartLogs.txt (568.5 KB)
Experimented combinations, But still get same issue, …
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