While looking through troubleshooting stuff for SD card problems I stumbled across this page and found out something new. You can boot your Pi from USB, but it appears to be a one way deal and permanent. I remember earlier there was a way to boot from the SD and switch to USB. I may go that route if my read/write problems don't stop. See link below: https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/hardware/raspberrypi/bootmodes/msd.md
Hello there. Apologies if this has been asked before. I intend to purchase a Raspberry Pi purely for Amiga emulation, and was wondering if there are any benefits to getting a Pi 4 in terms of performance? Perhaps less lag or something similar? I am aware that there aren't many builds for the Pi 4 just yet. Thanks.
Back in the day when the Amiga was king, I used to swap demo's and the like on a regular basis, I'm waiting till I can get a Raspberry PI 4 that I can cool properly and with a new designed case, anyways, because I have some 400+ disc I find myself wanting to convert these to ADF, but I'm not sure how to go about this, can anybody shed light on this fact.