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Hi

My OpenLogger stopped with Orange LED turn on. This means 'Device is booting and not ready to use.
(https://reference.digilentinc.com/reference/instrumentation/openlogger/openlogger-hardware-implementation-details)

I manually re-downloaded firmware to v1.3.0 but still stopped during booting.
(https://reference.digilentinc.com/reference/instrumentation/openlogger/recover-from-corrupt-firmware) 

I connected putty to check a booting message, and it was as following
(https://forum.digilentinc.com/topic/17533-open-logger-initial-firmware-update-failed/?tab=comments#comment-44355) 

 

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Error A000001B happens during booting.
How Can I solve thie AutoConnect fail?

 

Sincerely.

 

 

 

 

 

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Hi @TKMoon,

The error code you have there signifies no networks found. This error alone shouldn't cause the device to never finish booting however. To solve the AutoConnect error you must either bring the network back up or have the device forget the network configuration information.

Can you tell me how long you've had the device and anything that may have happened leading up to the device failing to boot?

Regards,
AndrewHolzer

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6 hours ago, AndrewHolzer said:

Hi @TKMoon,

The error code you have there signifies no networks found. This error alone shouldn't cause the device to never finish booting however. To solve the AutoConnect error you must either bring the network back up or have the device forget the network configuration information.

Can you tell me how long you've had the device and anything that may have happened leading up to the device failing to boot?

Regards,
AndrewHolzer

Hi @AndrewHolzer

I bought OpenLogger last wek for project, and It happened my 1st day using.

During configuration, Once I connected Logger to WiFi, but soon I deleted the setting.

 

I had a problem with logging to SD card with standalone operation.

The log file kept 0B even I turned on 10 minutes.

I set 'Log on Boot' flag and ' Log to 'SD' , and saved settings to a new profile.

So, I tried to change other settings over and over, then this happened

 

Sincerely.

TKMoon

 

 

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