Thanks for the replies. Looks like I have a bad board and working with the vendor on a replacement.
@emma That's a bad power supply, I think - do you have an alternative?
@mhoye I've got a bunch. Will try that.
@emma if you have a voltmeter to hand, double check the claims on the label. A distressing fraction of USB power supplies are straight up lying about their output.
I tried a couple of other USB supplies and got the same error. There's something wrong with the board most likely. Talking with the vendor.
@emma wow you got one already? That was fast
@emma bad power supply is my guess.
Checked with several power supplies. Unfortunately, I think it's board.
@emma there's a pi 400 now? or is thata typo
It's a Pi 4 in a keyboard, like a C64. Just plug into a monitor.
@emma ah, cool. Good luck!
@emma Huh, that's pretty. if a pi 4 fits in it, that will be nice once they finish the damn video driver. :)
@emma Take every USB peripheral out and try to boot again.
If the error goes away, then your peripherals are drawing too much current for the board.
This is happening with all the USB ports unoccupied. It's a board fault.
@emma and you've tried a different power supply?
@emma that's a bummer :(
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