Unusable ROCKPRO64
#1
Hi all,

            after running well for 25 days more or less, my rockpro64 is unusable. All USB ports and ethernet port are not working. I tried with many images, Manjaro, armbian... to top it all sometimes the startup finish with a kernel panic message.

I'm pretty sure that this is a hardware failure. Has anyone a similar experience? I'm very disgusted, the rockpro64 only ran for 25 days more or less. I have had others SBC, like raspberry pi, in the same place for years without problems. 


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#2
(02-09-2021, 10:09 AM)drenedo Wrote: Hi all,

            after running well for 25 days more or less, my rockpro64 is unusable. All USB ports and ethernet port are not working. I tried with many images, Manjaro, armbian... to top it all sometimes the startup finish with a kernel panic message.

I'm pretty sure that this is a hardware failure. Has anyone a similar experience? I'm very disgusted, the rockpro64 only ran for 25 days more or less. I have had others SBC, like raspberry pi, in the same place for years without problems. 


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Please make sure that your power supply rated 12V 3A or 5A. Looks like your board not getting enough power. If you are using teh Raspberry Pi power power which is 5V, then for sure is under power.
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(02-13-2021, 07:06 PM)tllim Wrote:
(02-09-2021, 10:09 AM)drenedo Wrote: Hi all,

            after running well for 25 days more or less, my rockpro64 is unusable. All USB ports and ethernet port are not working. I tried with many images, Manjaro, armbian... to top it all sometimes the startup finish with a kernel panic message.

I'm pretty sure that this is a hardware failure. Has anyone a similar experience? I'm very disgusted, the rockpro64 only ran for 25 days more or less. I have had others SBC, like raspberry pi, in the same place for years without problems. 


Sad

Please make sure that your power supply rated 12V 3A or 5A. Looks like your board not getting enough power. If you are using teh Raspberry Pi power power which is 5V, then for sure is under power.

The power supply is correct. 12V 5A.
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#4
Does it boot at all?
Could you hook up a serial connection like outlined here, and see what the boot init looks like?
https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=6387
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