In your first post you said ‘see attached picture’ but I don’t seem to find any attachment. Here are some basic steps to diagnose:

1) Does the LCD turn on and display messages? If not, it’s likely something is wrong with the 16MHz crystal (for the microcontroller) causing it to not start.

2) If the LCD turns on but get stuck in the ‘Connecting…’ step, it’s likely an issue with the Ethernet controller and/or 25MHz crystal.

3) After the LCD passes ‘Connecting…’ step, click on B1 and check to see what IP address it’s assigned. If you have a more recent firmware you can click B2 to see the MAC address (but if you have an early version of firmware B2 will not show MAC address).

Let me know your findings.