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Oct 6

Boot your Pi from USB

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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:


a day agoEdited: a day ago

You can still boot up with the SD card, BUT I have tried burning this image onto a Hard Drive and it would NOT boot up, It stays on the flashing _ on the top left screen

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