When I entered the nvidia-smi command, the file was not found, so I installed the nvidia driver and rebooted it.
I entered the reboot command at Ubuntu Terminal, but the screen went off and didn’t turn on again. I tried unplugging and plugging the power cable and pressing the button, but the power light comes on, but the monitor screen does not come out. The monitor turns on, but the nvidia logo is not visible. It is not a monitor power issue. I researched to solve this problem and found solutions such as blacklisting But how do I enter the command when the screen doesn’t turn on?
In addition, I would like to reset the xavier to the state before Ubuntu was installed. What should I do?
Aren’t you going to switch to c-type usb, press the recovery button in the middle, press the power button, and release it at the same time? But the screen is still black screen. Sorry, I don’t think I know much about Xavier.
FYI, you won’t find this on a Jetson (it uses an integrated GPU). This command is only for the discrete PCI GPUs. Were you trying to find this on the host PC or on the Jetson? If Jetson, then you should not use any driver providing nvidia-smi.
So Jetson doesn’t support the nvidia-smi command? I didn’t know that and tried to fix the error in the nvidia-smi command, and it seems to have occurred after installing it because the nvidia driver installation said it could fix it. Do you know how to verify the version of the nvidia driver without using the nvidia-smi command?
pressed the recovery button, pressed the power button, removed the recovery button, and put it in the recovery mode. And i went into sdk manager and did flash, but as shown in the picture above, flash error occurred. And I checked lsusb in host pc terminal, but nvidia didn’t. Am i doing something wrong?
I did it one by one, not at the same time in the order you told us, and the same result came out.
Is it a problem with the xavier connection? My xavier has a c-usb (host pc) and hdmi cable connected to another monitor and a power cable connected to it.