koen
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Unable to open Revolution Pi in boot mode

21 Mar 2017, 17:02

I am trying to upload a new image to the Revolution Pi Core. However, when following the tutorial https://revolution.kunbus.com/tutorials/saving-installing-images/?noredirect=en_US the 'Mochten sie "boot (G:)" überprüfen und reparieren' window is not popping up. Instead, a window appears that finds a default driver and installs it. After this, the RevPi is not visible in the win32 Disk Imager. The RPi Boot displays the same message: "waiting forBCM283x".

When I look into the device manager there is a device called BCM2708 Boot. Removing this driver and trying again does not help. I´m running windows 10 on a lenovo t520. How can I fix this?
 
benjamin
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Re: Unable to open Revolution Pi in boot mode

21 Mar 2017, 18:38

I got the same problem on Win7 64bit not able to fix it.
For me it worked on another Pc with Win 10 64bit.
 
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dirk
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Re: Unable to open Revolution Pi in boot mode

23 Mar 2017, 10:31

Hello Koen and Benjamin,
I have tested RPiBoot.exe software which I downloaded today. I tested it using Windows 7 64 Bit and it worked both with CM1 (current RevPi) and also with the CM3 (will be available by this year).
I can just say that it sometimes doesnt work on the first try.
Sometimes there is a message "failed to claim interface".
Unfortunately I don't have a Windows 10 system here to test this too.
But I will try to have a working system as soon as possible to test this also.
Meanwhile could you please just download the latest RPiBoot.exe software and try it once more?
 
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dirk
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Re: Unable to open Revolution Pi in boot mode

23 Mar 2017, 16:20

Now I have also tested it using a fresh Windows 10 installation and both CM1 and CM3 worked
successfully.
 
koen
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Re: Unable to open Revolution Pi in boot mode

24 Mar 2017, 10:36

Hi Dirk,

Thanks for helping me! I tried it again today using the RPiBoot from your guide (https://revolution.kunbus.com/tutorials/saving-installing-images/) with the same results, both when I run the program normally and when I run it in administrator mode.

My setup with the RevPi is: default OS, connected to a power supply, LAN (also tried without LAN), and usb cable to the pc.

If I look in the device manager at the BCM2708 Boot device (which is only visible if the RevPi is plugged in), the driver file details, the following files are listed:
C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\winusb.sys
C:\WINDOWS\system32\WdfCoInstaller01009.dll
C:\WINDOWS\system32\WINUSBCoInstaller2.dll

In the details tab of that device, the device is decribed as a Microsoft XBox Controller Type S

Should RPi Boot give any feedback when it has found the device?
 
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dirk
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Re: Unable to open Revolution Pi in boot mode

24 Mar 2017, 12:13

Hi,
If I look in the device manager at the BCM2708 Boot device (which is only visible if the RevPi is plugged in), the driver file details, the following files are listed:

Unfortunately I cannot reproduce your constellation. There is no such "BCM2708" device on my Windows 7 64 Bit.
This two devices are showing up on successful connection on my system:
Drive -> RPi-MSD-0001
Portable Devices -> Boot

Maybe you try to reinstall the rpiboot.exe drivers again and check weather there is a change in the device manager.
It seems to be a problem which is related to your specific windows installation/environment. Therefore it is hard
for me to support you with specific advices... :|
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koen
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Re: Unable to open Revolution Pi in boot mode

24 Mar 2017, 14:48

Thanks for the fast response. I tried flashing the system with another raspberry pi and that worked like a charm!
 
u.caspari
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Re: Unable to open Revolution Pi in boot mode

19 Oct 2017, 08:52

Hi,

I with stuck at the exactly same Issue.
After reinstalling rpiboot I get the same setting.
Also I tried to remove rpiboot and delete the driver in my device-manager, followed by installing the driver manually, but that did not work either.

Any idea how to proceed?

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volker
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Re: Unable to open Revolution Pi in boot mode

19 Oct 2017, 14:49

This seems not to be the same issue:
Your screendump shows thta the driver was never installed due to security issues. Are you using a German version of Windows? If yes, do you speak German? If Yes please read the warning message.
Are you working in any specific secure IT environment and do not have admin rights on you system? If yes please contact your admin and ask how to install the driver on your system.
If the raspi driver is not installed prior to connect the RevPi Windows will simply use the Xbox Driver instead which will not work for the Compute Module. So please try installing the newest driver form the Raspberry Foundation web pages before you connect the RevPi to your system. If you have already connected it you need to kill / delete this driver allocation for the BCM2710 Boot device on you windows system and start the process again following the instructions step by step.
Good luck!
Unser RevPi Motto: Don't just claim it - make it!
 
jasmyndube
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Re: Unable to open Revolution Pi in boot mode

21 Oct 2017, 11:07

For me it worked on another Pc with Win 10 64bit.

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