Lattepanda 4GB/64GB not booting

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Sun Sep 13, 2020 5:48 am

On 4th September 2020 I have received the new Lattepanda 4GB/64GB and switched on.The Red and Blue Led are blinking but the system was not booting. I have pressed On button continuously, the Red Led off.Again I have pressed the On button the Red Led was on continuously but not booting .
I have tried Hard reset and changed the power adapter from 5v 2Amps to 5v 3Amps. But no development. Red and Blue LEDs are continuously on.
But Blue LED was blinking brightly first and then becomes dim.
Is there any solution?

Narasimharao Marella.

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Mon Sep 14, 2020 10:38 am

Red LED on LattePanda is the indicator LED for CPU. Seems the CPU boot up. Which display you are conncect with? Do you have another can test with? And you can email for the further help.

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Mon Sep 14, 2020 3:13 pm

Today I have contacted the
They advised me to try reflash bios.

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