Hi, yesterday I recieved my Arduino MKR Vidor 4000 board and today I got round to trying it out as I had to get a micro HDMI cable for it.
All I did was try the VidorDrawLogo example. I uploaded it unchanged and it seemed to work fine after I figured out it needed to have the serial monitor running to allow it to initialize.
So I decided to make a very minor change to the example, just to see if the visuals on the TV it’s plugged in are indeed being drawn by the sketch, I simply changed the TM to PM. I tried uploading that.
Now it seems to keep switching COM ports during uploads. After powering it up it is configured to COM 9, as soon as the upload starts it switches to COM 10. This does not seem to stop the upload but it does upload at the slowest speed available, 1200 baud!
It also stops uploading at 34% with an error.
I have included a text file with the compiler output with full verbose error reporting enabled for both compile and upload.
I need to know fast if I can fix this or if the board is faulty so that I can return it.
CompilerOutput.txt (104 KB)