I purchased the Rambo V1.4 board from V1 Engineering earlier this year. I made a mistake and uploaded a simple light sequencing program that came with the Arduino IDE software I was attempting to use to adjust the voltage output for the motors. My knowledge is limited, but I believe I accidently over wrote the existing firmware and may need to reprogram the board to allow for a firmware update along with a new OS upload.
I didn’t realize I had the program up when I uploaded to the device. The board was functioning properly other than the high pitched noise coming from the motors. That’s what I was attempting to fix when I made this terrible error.
The screen function still works on the board, but it is obvious there is no code there to run the functions of the board. The reset buttons do not work any longer and the screen is static blue.
Is there something I can do to reset the board? Perhaps there is an adapter that will allow me to reprogram this board? It does not appear to be accessible via USB any longer.
Is there any way to confirm that the board is connected in VS Studio?
I’ve downloaded and unzipped the firmware file and tried uploading it to the board with both Arduino and Platform IO.
I meant to say that the computer recognizes that something is connected in the USB port, but it does not pull any info from the board itself. Additionally, neither program has errors when it uploads, it says 100% success and yet no change.
I’m wondering what else I can try to resolve this.