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Hi there.

Could you please describe you problem as much as you can?

How did you burn the image to the sdcard?

Do you have console access to your board?

 

Normally you wouldn't have to press anything. Burn the image to the sdcard, boot from it, log in via SSH.

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So you want to change the display resolution.

I'm using Armbian without GUI so I can't help you much, but the H3-based board have a utility called h3disp.

 

From the documentation:

# Example to set resolution to 1920 x 1080, full colour-range and DVI
h3disp -m 1080p60 -d -c 1

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Maybe you cannot see the whole screen on your monitor or TV.

 

Access your Orange Pi via its IP Address on ethernet.

For this try secure shell login from another computer.

if Windows user use "putty ssh client"

then report *exact* behaviour of patient. Our crystal ball is currently broken ;-)

 

best,

gnasch

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If i can i try new armbian but my sd card is dont formating it is locked i dont now how i can unformat and burn armbian again. 

 

You don't need to format a card. Just burn an image with a recommended tool.

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