The power surge 'rainbow box' in the corner is entirely different to what I'm currently seeing. I do not believe this is power related.jerryellis wrote:You might try a different power supply. In the past, an inadequate power supply has cause some strange issues for me, like reboots and displaying that box in the corner of the screen.
Hi Pranish.pranishk wrote:Hi,
Sorry, but I did not mean to imply that I instigate the reboot, the Pi reboots itself as part of the setup process.How long are you leaving your system running before you reboot?
I noticed. I left it and went for a meeting that lasted for an hour and it was still hung.in this initial release the first boot is pretty slow (it depends on the SD Card but for some folks this can be 10-15 minutes).
That's pretty bad, why doesn't it just wait and load, what is it waiting for?There is a known issue with some cards (eg Class 4) where they unfortunately won't boot up correctly (technically they boot, but our launch application times out due to SD speed issues).
More importantly, could Microsoft please transparently share and list 'known issues' with the Windows 10 IoT Core build so that more people aren't so frustrated with it?There is a known issue
That isn't a manual, per say, it is a setup guide, and it doesn't give reason why for using a Class 10 SDCard or what the symptoms of not doing so would be (one of my SDCards also claims to be a Class10 but performs like a Class 6, go figure). A statement that it is a 'known issue' means that the symptoms are also known and so would be helpful clearly in a troubleshooting doc' / FAQ as has now been linked.fruitoftheloom wrote:So why no RTM ??
I believe you know the answer to that, and I am merely going to state to you that there's no reason why I would look at a thread titled:Did you read this response where it stated issues with Class4 ?
When that description isn't the same as my problem. In fact, if you read the post you would see that the symptoms aren't the same, a black screen is not the same as multiple coloured blocks, as it says in the thread:No Picture Shown
Which is not the case in my circumstance. So hopefully this explains why I did not read that thread, and assume from the title (or now post) that it was the same problem. Especially when it booted up to the expected screen at least once.(which means the screen stays blank even after boot).
Sweet, thanks!Since you'd requested here is a link to the FAQ page that we've been using to track known issues for the current release:
https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forum ... WindowsIoT
Bluetooth and Wireless not yet supported http://ms-iot.github.io/content/Faqs.htmlbendlin wrote:Please also note that you seem to need a wired ethernet connection. At least I can't get it to run the Wi-Fi configuration. The driver seems to have loaded but the setup menu is not functional (just says "Wi-Fi: None found")