I have tried it another time to see what it would be this time. I have done the dd command again and put it in the Pi. I am not 100% sure, since I use a headless set-up, but by the network cable attached to my computer there is no reaction when the Pi boots. Even when I start up windows (I am more familiar with windows, but I want to learn more Linux therefore that I have a dualboot with Linux), the boot device gives an error and unmountd directly after it is attached to my computer. I can see for a short time the files in the directory ( a lot, more than expected according to this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lsvDMztXi4o
). In Linux when I mount the sd card I am able to browse the files, but I do not know what I need.
What I would like is that it would be possible to format the system by Linux (since there is more possible with formatting and in Linux I am longer able to see the sd card) and after that I will return to windows and use win32diskmanager to do the instalation again.
The error I get this time with the dd command is:
dd: error writing '/dev/sdb': No space left on device
So I am nog sure that the installation is done well.
The error I get everytime I run fdisk or gparted is: Input/Output error during write on /dev/sdb
But thanks for your help, but I am afraid that it did not worked well with the bb command...