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Old 12-15-2018, 03:13 PM   #31
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Hey! you are making progress, that's good.

Card reader have some bad connections and I will work that out firstly.
That happened to me once. The card reader was old. When I pulled it apart a contact had come undone. I soldered it up and it worked for awhile until another came undone so I purchased a new one.
Old 12-15-2018, 03:49 PM   #32
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Yeah, my card reader is in the box of the asus vivo pc very compact, I think its even on the MB, but I have to see if I can solve that in some way by bending a bit the card connection pins or something like that, because I notices that when I push up the card it gots recognized, if I leave it just inserted nothing happens, so probably only bending pins will solve that. But so far I am happy all with Banana is ok. I will then make a test install of the u-boot and see if I can get something on the screen session with the ttl cable.
After that all is easy.


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