As this is regarding an evaluation kit I would assume that fewer details would be necessary. I will attempt to add more, my mistake.
The EK it setup to a default configuration regarding jumpers and solder patches, just like it would be from the factory.
"Regardless of what" in this context is every example I find in terms of binaries on Microchips site relating to the board (https://www.microchip.com/DevelopmentTo ... SAM9260-EK
). This includes an at91 recovery, WinCE demo and a few others. I do this to e.g. avoid using a non supported compiler version. However I do get the same symptom with a way to high baud rate (measured to around 300k) instead of the expected 115200 from the bootloaders.
I have never seen the board working in a way other than this. It was a second hand so it is possible that the chip is defect in some way.
As you might imagine I am looking for something very basic that I have missed. I am looking for a fail safe procedure to confirm that the board is in good shape.
The ‘>’ character belongs to the “RomBOOT” and is output at 115200.
I hope that clarifies a bit. Sorry for the lack of detail.