Unable to access the desktop system

After adding an auto-start script to the system, I encountered an issue where the system fails to boot into the desktop properly. Instead, the screen briefly shows the boot screen and then turns black.

I think there might be a mistake in my auto-start script. Do you know how I can fix it without having to go through the hassle of reinstalling the system?

I can enter UEFI shell.

Hi 1149731816,

You can try to enter into recovery partition and mount the rootfs partition to remove your service/script.

The steps to enter into recovery partition:
Boot up the board → Press ESC to enter UEFI menu → Device Manager → NVIDIA Configuration → L4T Configuration → L4T Boot Mode → Recovery partition → Reset the board to boot up to recovery partition

I’ve attempted the suggested step, but the issue persists.

I believe the issue may be related to the new service I added to the /etc/systemd/system/ directory.

Could you please suggest any alternative methods to resolve this without reinstalling the system?

Or are there any other ways to allow me to modify the service I added?

I’m using an NVMe protocol solid-state drive (SSD) as the system boot drive.

Thank you, I got it fixed!