Lilliput GK-7000 show error
If your Lilliput GK7000 devices show the above picture of startup wrong, please try to download the factory restore firmware.
Lilliput GK7000 upgrade steps
- Please download the upgrade firmware from the below link. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GYmpZkDTz4LpFseNKdakgU7Vk8ZEfHSy/view?usp=sharing
- Prepare a one-piece Kingston 4G SD or 8G SD card, please put the file “NK.bin” copy to the SD card. Note: Please do not flash files unrelated to GK-7000, otherwise will damage the monitor.
- Put the “nk.bin” SD card into the GK7000 slot, to give the power to GK7000. As shown in the below image, show you the upgrading progress bar. Please wait until 100%.
- If completed, the monitor will automatically enter the system. Then remove the SD card.
- Upgrade OK and you will see that it is ok now.
GK-7000 Upgrade firmware download
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How to get the printing information?
The most important step in troubleshooting is to turn on the power to obtain the RS232 serial port printing information. Then send the printed information to us for analysis.
How to operate and steps guide?
- Download the GK-7000 serial port tool.
- Copy the file named DNW.exe on the PC, then open this file;
- First, click “Configuration → Options” on the menu and enter the settings window.
- Then, set the COM port number (the COM port number will be decided by the COM port that RS232 connects to the PC), Baud Rate: 115200. Download Address: 0x32000000;
- Finally, Click “OK” to exit this setting window.
2. Click the “Serial Port → Connect” on the menu to open the COM port.
3. Keep pressing the “ESC” key on the keyboard, at the same time, power on the
PC745/GK7000, then the DNW window will print the related information shown below.
Q1: What should I do if we downloaded and upgraded your firmware, but did not solve the problem?
A1: Please give us the serial number of every defective unit, our engineer will check the hardware and firmware version of your existing one. We will offer you the relatively upgraded firmware.