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Flashing Da Vinci 2.0?
So I've done some research into flashing the Da Vinci 2.0 with Repetier and I know its sketchy with some Da Vinci 2.0 versions. My system version is 1.0.F. Is it possible with this version and can someone link me to a step by step guide if it is possible. If not is there any way I could make it possible to do so.
Hi Chape, I was running 1.0.F before I flashed to repetier and had no problems at all.

There are 2 guides on here that I watched/read before making the switch and they both helped. If you stuff anything up you can just flash it again.

Just don't forget that as of right now there is still no way to return back to the stock firmware. But trust me, you won't want to Smile
Can you link me the two sources that helped you?

and pretty much anything luc posts.

Not sure what slicer you're using but if you use simplify3d these are my scripts, they are modifications of those found here.

G21 ;metric values
M82 ;set extruder to absolute mode
G28 ; Home extruder
M116 ; wait all temperatures ready
M100 ; cleaning
G90 ; set absolute coordinates
G92 E0 ; reset extrusion distance

Tool Change (needed on both extruders and I still haven't played with [extruder0_temperature] variables yet)
G28 X0 Y0; homes X-Y axis
{IF NEWTOOL=0}M104 S0 T1
{IF NEWTOOL=0}M109 S190 T0
{IF NEWTOOL=1}M104 S0 T0
{IF NEWTOOL=1}M109 S190 T1
M100 ; Cleaning
G28 X0 Y0; homes X-Y axis

M104 T0 S0 ; turn off left extruder
M104 T1 S0 ; turn off right extruder
M140 S0 ; turn off Bed
G90 ; Absolute
G28 X0 Y0 ; home
G1 Z200 ; Lower bed
M100 ;Cleaning
M84 ; Disable motors
What spot did you short on your board to reset the EEPROM?
I just flashed my Repetier Da Vinci Duo 2.0A with the new motherboard and I have two problems for now!
1 - I have more lighting inside the printer
2 - In the print extruders engines work in reverse, ie unload the filament so that no impression!
Could someone help me?
thanks for your help
What firmware did you use (FW as you will see it here a lot)

What procedure did you follow? Did you restart the procedure from the beginning a second time to make sure this was not some step that was missed?

I believe these issues have come up with others who did not follow the instructions for their machine/board/firmware combination and was resolved by re-reading the post they got the info from, to the end and redoing the steps exactly
Thank you for your indication but I resolved my problem and my printer works perfectly now !
It came from poor calibration of the heating bed !

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