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  1. #761
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    Sometimes my Pi with iqaudio DAC won't play. It needs a complete power down and removal of the power supply to get it going.
    Way back when this used to be the case with some modem cards. A reboot did nothing but a physical removal of the power lead from the PC sorted it.


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    I would suggest checking all of the card connections, but otherwise, it might be best to talk to someone at IQaudio. The two lines you highlighted in the non-working condition would be what you need to ask. Everything else is pretty normal.

    I'm assuming those two lines appear in dmesg when the card stops working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d6jg View Post
    Sometimes my Pi with iqaudio DAC won't play. It needs a complete power down and removal of the power supply to get it going.
    Way back when this used to be the case with some modem cards. A reboot did nothing but a physical removal of the power lead from the PC sorted it.


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    With such a random error you also need to make sure that you have enough power. Have you tried to attach a screen to check for the "lightning bolt" sign?
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    I would suggest checking all of the card connections, but otherwise, it might be best to talk to someone at IQaudio. The two lines you highlighted in the non-working condition would be what you need to ask. Everything else is pretty normal.

    I'm assuming those two lines appear in dmesg when the card stops working.
    Thanks for all the replies and suggestions. It's powered through the amp from a 19v brick so I think the power is ok. (I had suspected overheating or EMI myself before as it was all built into a small box, but its all spread out now.)

    As there is no obvious diagnosis, I've decided to reduce the potential for funny kernel issues and random faults and I have re - flashed v3.21 (normal) onto a new high quality 16Gb SD card. All seems fine so far (now I have unmuted the amp!). Nothing stands out from the dmseg logs to my untutored eye so I'll let it run and see what happens. Many thanks to all.

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