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UM2 firmware or display problem

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Hi guys,

here is my problem: my UM2 doesn't show nothing on display when I turn it on. Also the motors make a quick noise and repeat it again every 5 secs.

I uploaded the firmware (available on github.com/Ultimaker/Ultimaker2Marlin) using Arduino IDE, and the Serial Monitor shows me 1.0.0 in Marlin version. I can not upload the firmware by the Cura 15.04.5, it shows me the following error:

 

Failed to upload firmware:This firmware is not compatible with this machine.Trying to install UM2 or UMO+ firmware on an UMO?

 

I checked all the voltages (3V3, 5V and 13V) in UltiController rev 2.1 (white electronics) and it's all OK. The LEDs and buzzer are also OK on this board.

Does anyone have any idea that I can try before I buy another display to see if it works? Or it can be a firmware problem?

Thanks.

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Have you made sure that you've selected the correct machine in the settings in cura?

I haven't heard of this error message before so I'm wondering if that's a new check implemented in 15.04.5 and it's choking on the firmware you tried to install from github. You could try using an older version of cura and see if that works (you can have several versions of cura installed at once).

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