Tutorial Video Tutorial: DAKboard Initial Setup and Configuration by Dan K.January 20, 2018March 26, 2018 In this video we will walk you though setting up and configuring a DAKboard Wall Display and DAKboard CPU.
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Hi, could you tell me how I get the wifi network? Did I miss the first part of the setup? Is there another video? Thanks!
I recently changed my internet service and plugged my monitor up to view my calendar but when I moved the Dakboard to the desired room it would not come back on, I received a message saying “no signal”. I tried to go on line and I noticed my CPU looks different than the one on the website. The CPU that I have is not enclosed, it has a cover for the top but the side is not enclosed and there is not HDMI output. But other than that can you tell me what could be the problem for the no signal although I plugged it into the router?
Please help I love my DAKboard.
I’m not entirely sure why that’s not coming back on. Make sure you have the correct input selected by using the buttons on the side of the display. Other than that, I’d recommend contacting our support team at email@example.com. Please include your order number or serial number in the message and we can assist further. Thanks.
What is the brand of the wooden stand holding up the Dakboard?
Hi Victor, that stand was something custom we made using some spare wood and a .25-inch dowel rod inserted into it perpendicularly to hold it up.
i cant set up because when i try and register my device it says serial number not found? please help
Hi, sorry to hear about the issues. Please contact our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can assist. Thanks!
The dakboard will not show the default screen. It just says it can’t connect to Internet connection. I cannot connect via wifi connection to the dakboard because there is no dakboard passcode to connect to the board itself via wifi connection. Help!
My DAKboard screen does not have a HDMI port
Hi Dan, the Wall Display will not have an external HDMI port, all the connections are internal. The DAKboard CPU does have an external HDMI port.