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hl2run

Dec 08, 2018, 03:51 pm Last Edit: Dec 08, 2018, 03:54 pm by hl2run
Hi all,

my brothers study electrical engineering so I lent them my Arduino/Genuino 101 Intel Currie board. They broke it... and are not coming forward how, so I have no clue what happened to it.  :smiley-confuse: https://store.arduino.cc/genuino-101

When I connect it to a Mac or PC, the boards are not recognized in System info or Device manager.

The green diode labeled ON is ON. That is all.

I do get 3.3V and 5V from their respective pins. I downloaded the schematics for the board, but have no idea how to go about diagnosing the board itself.

The only clue I was able to measure with a multitool measuring diodes is that voltage drop on one of the diodes is 0.4V but on the other one it is 1.4V, which is strange I believe.

There are no visible signs of damage or burns on the board.

Since this board is out of stock everywhere, I would really love to have this working again. Thank you so much for any idea how to get this fixed.




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