Post by gorgona1977 on Mar 26, 2018 6:21:07 GMT -5
Good day! Recently I decided to update my XMC-1 with the installed firmware version 3.1 to the new firmware 4.1. Everything was done according to the instructions, but during the installation, the error "HDMI Error. Reboot & Try" was displayed on the processor's display. I was afraid to turn off the XMC-1, I thought that it would turn into a brick. But the error repeated, no buttons reacted for a long time. I had to make a cold restart. Thank God, the processor has booted. I saw that the kernel was updated to version 4.1. But I have a suspicion that everything went wrong with him, because there was a bug: sometimes the signal disappears when the processor is turned off and in skip mode. Only the activation from the front button or a cold restart helps. Tell me please. Is it possible to solve this problem? Or do I need to re-XMC-1 again?
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Post by gorgona1977 on Mar 26, 2018 14:42:19 GMT -5
Resetting to factory settings is a good idea. You can also try. But I just thought that it might be worthwhile to disconnect all external devices connected to HDMI from the processor and leave only the TV. I suspect that a bug with the processor shutdown may be due to my new satellite receiver. The error seems to have appeared after connecting it to XMC-1