I have dietpi setup on a 32gb card and want to upgrade to 256.\
I see people saying to use windisk imager to make an image of the disk. But windows sees the drive as two partitions, so when I go to create the image I can only select e or f.
I am using an Odroid Xu4. Curious if this could be accomplished by putting the new sd card in an sd card reader and putting it into the usb slot on the odroid it through dietpi. I don’t want to move the userdata but replace the original sd card entirely.
Or should I just back up dietpi, burn a clean image on the new card and then restore the backup to the new card?
Edit: I guess it is good to try things first, didn’t have all my stuff so didn’t fully go through with it. Even though I could only select one partition looks like it flashed properly. Didn’t get a chance to boot yet but looks promising.
I saw that. But like I said above win32 disk imager (and windows itself sees the two partitions on the drive and you can only make an image of one. Unless it just appears that way but it will do it correctly? In the program I can only select one partition at a time to make the image of.
Also not exactly sure what this means from the guide
3. Copy over the system files:
What system files exactly and to where? Wouldn’t they get formatted on the ssd anyways?