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Berryboot not working on Raspberry Pi 4 – does not boot

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I have formatted a SD card to FAT32. Downloaded the Pi4 Berryboot file and unzipped it to the SD card. Inserting it in to the Pi results in no booting. Not sure what I am doing wrong, have seen lots of suggestions of inserting commands in to the config file but not clear which one actually works.

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Greg (anonymous) 1 Comment

Hi, in my case I try to use berryboot on a Raspberry Pi4 2Go RAM, must it work or not ?

I’m on macos I partition my 128Go SD with the following command

diskutil partitionDisk /dev/disk4 FAT32 BERRY 1g FAT32 RASP 0

After I copy the downloaded ZIP file on the BERRY partition and I unzip it with the command line to.

When I boot the PI it indicate not found any bootable partition/files

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Alexander G

I’m not sure why that happen, I don’t have MacOS but try it with ApplePi-Baker. Let me know if that works at your end.

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marathon2422 (anonymous) 1 Comment

i had a non working sd, when i looked at it , the unzipped folder was there ,with everything still inside it,; so remade it with the files on the root of the sdcard          worked

But every 2nd or third time  the sdcard would not boot anymore, and i have to remake it and/or try another sdcard

(pi 4 x8g)

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Alexander G

Hi there, Berryboot isn’t fully compatible yet with Raspberry Pi 4 8GB. Quick suggestion, open a new issue here. That Github website is maintained by @maxnet, he’s the lead developer of Berryboot, I’m sure he will guide you to find a fix to the issue.

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Hi there, understood. Quick question: are you using a Raspberry Pi 4 with 8GB RAM?

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