Also, make sure that there is no file named ‘u-boot.scr’ in the root of the SD card.
I should clarify this a little better: make sure that there is not a spurious ‘u-boot.scr’ file on the SD card. U-boot attempts to read and execute this file on startup, and if it is malformed or points to an incorrect image then boot issues are likely to arise.
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