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    So I'm not sure if I was supposed to do the update on my GHv3. I decided to try the update. When I connected the board again, it made a loud beep and hasn't done anything since. Like, literally nothing happens. I bought the board from here. Did I ruin my board? I know my wiring is fine, it all happened when I messed with the sd card beyond fonts and color profiles.

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    What update did you try to do exactly? Are you sure you have the files on the SD card in the correct structure?
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    I did the one from the manual, the direct install onto the sd card. I'm beginning to doubt I had the correct structure. This happened after trying to replace the original sd card because the contacts were scratched up from being ejected from the board (which I also found odd).

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    I meant what files did you use to update it. Where did you get them.
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    Sorry if I'm not answering correctly, but I used the file in this .pdf provided on SaberTec's website (which was linked in the manual) --> https://sabertec.net/wp-content/uplo...ware-v3.34.pdf
    All the files listed there are what I used.

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    If you installed all of that correctly. When you applied power it would say updating but I have seen it not say updating.. either way you want to leave power applied for a couple of minutes to give it time to do the update. When the update is done the update file is removed from the SD card root directory.
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