Sorry for late response - I couldn’t look at your device during the weekend.
I think we have found the problem - the internal EEPROM in CORE2 seems to get corrupted. We are working on the fix, but for now, you can erase it:
- Connect CORE2 Micro-USB port to Rapsberry Pi USB port (with USB cable).
/opt/husarion/tools/amd64-linux/core2-flasher --erase-eeprom on Raspberry Pi.
- Restart CORE2 and reconnect.
If you prefer, I can do the second part - just connect CORE2 Micro-USB port to Rapsberry Pi USB port, restart CORE2 and let me know.