What do you mean by blinking? If the period is a few seconds, it might be an insufficient power supply. Have you tried a more powerful USB power supply?
As I said the same power supply setup is powering up a different Intel Edison board. I have also tried powering it up with the power chord, its still the same.
Edit: Both LED DS2, DS3 blinking continuously
- DS2 is the standard LED on the Arduino* board. It runs using the ‘blink’ code or whenever Digital I/O 13 is asserted High. It can be used as an indicator under direct control.
- DS3 is the battery charging LED. It will turn on when the LTC4067 is charging an attached battery.
Do you have any problem with the board otherwise? Can you log in with a terminal prog?
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We are sorry to hear you’re having issues with your Edison board, we’ll try to assist you with the issue. Istvan, thank you very much for your help.
I’m also wondering if you have any activity in the Serial console. Are you able to connect to the board’ serial port?
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