Just received my TinyPilot Voyager 2 today. Hooked it up and Ubuntu when loaded is coming through fine. Awesome!
Tried to restart and enter the BIOS (Intel Visual BIOS) and get a no signal - seems hitting F2 has gotten me into the BIOS but nothing is coming in over HDMI.
I tried changing the EDID as per here but no luck.
Blank screen logging into BIOS.
Also tried restarting the streamer services as per here but no luck:
Blank screen on reboot
Just FYI I do have an Nvidia P2200 in here as well with nothing plugged into it (as it is DisplayPort only), although I have the Intel graphics enabled in the BIOS also which the TinyPilot is connected to via HDMI. Awaiting a DisplayPort to HDMI adapter to arrive so I can see if it's a video card priority issue.
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- Diego @diego
Hello @scrytch! Welcome to the forum! I'm sorry you are having this issue, but thank you for posting your question here.
Does this also happen if you hook up a monitor to the Intel NUC, instead of the TinyPilot?
Can you try entering the BIOS one more time and then upload logs immediately afterwards, so that we can review them, please? This is how you would upload them: TinyPilot web interface > System > Logs > Get Shareable URL
I just plugged an external monitor into the HDMI and the NUC "Skull" Image doesn't show on it pre-OS boot so it looks likely this isn't a TinyPilot issue. I'm assuming this is because the Nvidia Card has priority in the BIOS. I'll park this ticket until my displayport->HDMI adapter arrives and see if that resolves it.
I should have it in the next 24-48 hours.
- Diego @diego
Hi Shane, thank you for the update! It does sound like a video card priority issue. I'll wait until your next comment.
All is well.
For those that may find themselves in my situation, it’s definitely a GPU priority issue by the NUC. I picked up the Amazon Basics DisplayPort to HDMI adaptor and this is working perfectly now. BIOS access etc is as expected.