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Raspberry Pi – Issues with restoring NOOB/Raspbian images

Raspberry Pi – Issues with restoring NOOB/Raspbian images

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This topic contains 31 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  hans 2 years, 9 months ago.

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    kltmacd
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    Hi I have 6 identical Kingston 8gb cards, all bought at the same time. I installed all software on one card and created an image using Pi Baker. I tried restoring it and it failed to run as described previously. I then tried restoring to another one of the cards with the same result. I then did a new install of all software on another card, created an image and restored this with the same result … it won’t auto run as the original. Beats me. I have now given up and manually installed all six cards with the software. Very time consuming, but at least it works.

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    hans
    Keymaster

    That is indeed frustrating. 
    Can you verify the startup script on the copy? See if there is something goofy going on there?

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