That's an idea but I don't have the old card any more, only a full image from it, how can I mount that?TheQuestor wrote:I'd just do a clean install, then mount the old card using a cheap usb reader and then copy everything from the old card to the new one.
The card does not boot (nothing on screen either) when i wrote the image on the 64GB SD card, only boots with a clean install.aaa801 wrote:Does anything show up on boot?, rainbow screen? kernel messages?
Didn't know where you read that, this is a SANDISK SDSDU-064G-FFP and it already booted, no problem on that matter.poing wrote:AFAIK is 32GB the largest card that is possible within the SDHC spec, larger cards are SDXC. The SD slot in the Pi only sees SDHC.
Did install BerryBoot and Wheezy again and it booted i don't want to install and configure everything all over again....aaa801 wrote:Can you try lobing the latest raspbian onto the 64gb card and seeing if it boots?