[MinnowBoard] USB and firmware
Sullivan, California L
california.l.sullivan at intel.com
Mon Apr 18 20:13:08 UTC 2016
Another option is to make an image that has the firmware flashing
utility and use a startup.nsh file to run it.
On 04/18/2016 10:06 AM, John Hawley wrote:
> Two ways to go on this one:
> 1) Use an FTDI serial console to jump into the firmware and re-enable
> the USB
> 2) Use something like a SPI Hook or a Dediprog and blast the firmware
> back down into the chip. Mind, if you have a SPI Hook you also have an
> FTDI serial device so you should try #1 first.
> the MAX doesn't have this, but the Turbot, with a newer firmware does
> have a jumper that can be used to restore the firmware settings back to
> - John 'Warthog9' Hawley
> On 4/18/2016 8:32 AM, Moses George wrote:
>> Hello all
>> I have a Minnowboard max and I was having trouble installing xubuntu on a powered usb external hard drive. It was having some issues with the USB (it showed "set sel for device-initiated u1 failed"). I was debugging it and I was messing around with the firmware settings and I ended up disabling USB. Now, I cant get my usb disks working nor can I change settings on the firmware as keyboards are not working.
>> How do I flash the firmware or modify the USB setting? I did find "SPI hook" online that is supposed to help flash the minnowboard firmware. Any other ideas on how I could re-enable USB? Thanks for your help.
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