Re: Loading Image on SD Card
- There is a "dd" application for Windows. Install it and follow the
instructions for finding the drive ID. Then you could install following
(roughly) the Linux instructions.
Congres' motto - "Never put off today what you can put off tomorrow"
- Another utility (my apologies it it's already been mentioned, but I don't recall having seen it) is 'unetbootin' from http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net/ Runs on linux, Mac, Windows.
Coincidentally I'm just using dd at the moment to 'clone' netbook harddrive to an external USB drive, in an attempt to recover data from it after using dd to install Raspbian to an SD card. It would have saved a lot of hassle if I'd gone to bed instead, and typed dd if=raspbian.img of=/dev/sdb when I got up. Instead of which I typed of=/dev/sdaSo take care, unless you fancy re-installing Windows AND Arch Linux.
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