Power cycling USB devices on reboot

oysstu New Member Posts: 2


We have a connected peripheral on the USB port of the UP Squared V2 that sometimes requires to be power cycled in order to reset. Issuing a reboot does not seem to power cycle the device, is there any options in the BIOS which may help with this issue?

So far pulling the usb out and in again properly resets the device, but this system is headless with no easy physical access.

Best regards,


  • Wilbert
    Wilbert New Member Posts: 168 ✭✭✭

    Hi Sir,

    Can you describe your problem in more detail?
    I don't quite understand the problem you're having right now.
    Which port of UP Squared V2 is currently connected to the USB devices? Is it in the flash drive? Self-made OS or Linux or else? Or storage?
    Operating system? BIOS version?

    If possible, can you take a video or picture so that I can understand?

    Best Regards,
    Wilbert Lee.

  • oysstu
    oysstu New Member Posts: 2

    @Wilbert came back to this question now, as it is still a problem. Sorry for not responding sooner. Operating system is Ubuntu and BIOS version is the latest available BIOS. The device is a camera connected to one of the USB ports, unfortunately sometimes this camera locks up and needs a hard reboot.


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