Your photo does not prove that it was produced in 2014. Only that copyright was claimed for it in 2014.
Bajtek wrote: ↑Sat Feb 03, 2018 7:56 pmI just read release notes for latest Win IOT build and found out it's reference board is Raspberry PI 3. I think Microsoft is not supporting Raspberry PI 2 anymore and not even test Win IOT on this platform. I have one Raspberry PI 3 and it's working OK with the same card (which is not working with my Raspberry PI 2 from 2014). I remember 1 year ago I was buying Raspberry PI 2 just because current IOT wasn't working with Raspberry PI 3.
One thing left uncleared for me: 4 slow blinks and next 4 fast blinks of ACT LED. Does anybody knows what it means? I will look for it in BSP for Win IOT, but maybe someone could have such experience?
Bajtek wrote: ↑Sat Feb 03, 2018 10:12 pmNow all seems to be more clear for me. Thanks.
Where can I find images of previous Windows IOT version to run it on Raspberry with BCM2836? Dashboard always use latest builds.
Or maybe it's not possible because IOT never worked with 2836 and Raspberries I bought before (with 2015 year on pcb) had 2837 already (I don't have them anymore to check it)?