Are you sure this is still the RAM limit? I used to be able to put in any number higher than 600 just fine. Now if I put in 700 or higher the Pi only makes it halfway through the boot process before spitting errors and freezing.dom wrote:600MHz is still the limit.
There have been no updates to the firmware since my original post, so I don't know why it would start working all of a sudden. I'll check mine today.texy wrote:It all seems to be working today
Tried that, same thing happens. Seems the issue has something to do with the ext4. Maybe kernel files aren't copied correctly somehow?Lob0426 wrote:...usually is the /boot is missing files or corrupt. If you have a second card copy its boot files.