jbeale wrote:What happens when you connect power? Do you see a red LED light (power)? Do you see a green LED ("ok") flickering, indicating the SD card is being accessed? "no display" will occur if the SD card is incompatible, or if it was not correctly formatted with the boot code and filesystems. If there is no green light showing, it is a SD card problem, or low voltage. Can you try a different power supply? Or you can confirm the correct voltage (5V +/- 0.25 V) by measuring voltage between TP1 and TP2 test points on the board with a multimeter. See also:
http://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshooting# ... on_display
http://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshooting# ... r_problems
Yes I do.Does anyone actually have HDMI working under the latest Debian?
Grumpy Mike wrote:Yes I do.
Things to try. Connect the TV up first and get it displaying the no signal message.
Disconnect anything from the USB sockets.
Then plug in your power source to the board with the power source switched on.
If there is no video in about 15 seconds, remove the power and try again.
Grumpy Mike wrote:Have you tried connecting the composite video out to the TV so see if any video is being produced?
http://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshooting# ... put_at_all
Vindicator wrote:Sorry to hear about your HDMI but like your webpage and blog it is great work.
Do you have an sdcard reader with the windows laptop. Plug in the sdcard and the "/boot" partition will appear as the contents of sdcard. You can create a config.txt file from windows (e.g. with notepad).pygmy_giant wrote: My only other computer is a windows vista laptop.
pygmy_giant wrote:no I can't because I have just trashed the image by trying to resize the partitions using fdisk - :¬/
....back to the drawing board ....
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