Last image raspberry pi not boot in fresh installation

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loro102
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Re: Last image raspberry pi not boot in fresh installation

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I've already fixed, a virus entered the sd card and broke it, so I went out the image of the sd card damaged .However not know if this is Relevate but I see some errors when starting the raspberry. Add a catch below
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Re: Last image raspberry pi not boot in fresh installation

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Hi,
I see some errors when starting the raspberry
What errors do you see, could you please take a picture of them and attach here?
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loro102
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Re: Last image raspberry pi not boot in fresh installation

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Fourdee wrote:Hi,
I see some errors when starting the raspberry
What errors do you see, could you please take a picture of them and attach here?
Sorry, this is the picture, this error appears at the very beginning. Is this normal?

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Re: Last image raspberry pi not boot in fresh installation

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loro102 wrote: Sorry, this is the picture, this error appears at the very beginning. Is this normal?

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Yep thats fine, occurs when running 16MB GPU in which Video Core will fail to initialize: (source https://github.com/raspberrypi/firmware/issues/428)

You'll only need Video Core if your running GPU apps like Kodi. In which case, DietPi-Software will automatically set the required GPU memory splits for you, during installation.
You can also manually change the GPU memory splits, if required, by running dietpi-config > display options > GPU split
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