That's not a problem anymore. I'm using wheezy and I don't get that error. Also, I'm using an HP Tablet Charger. I don't know what "quality" is supposed to be mean but it's definitely not some jenk cable.Mister_C wrote:I had the -110 error with my first SD card (8gig C6 Toshiba) last weekend. I'd powered the RPi through a cheap micro USB lead from an old mains powered USB1 hub. Searching the forums for "110" resulted in a couple of posts commenting about voltage drop over cheap cables, so I tried a Nokia USB charger cable, courtesy of the wife. Success, booted OK. I tried again and it worked fine so I resized the partitions to use the whole card. RPi still worked on Monday so I put a multimeter across TP1 TP2. The Nokia cable read 4.78V. Trying the cheap cable gave 4.45V (i.e. not enough) but wierdly the RPi booted fine.
So, my advice is borrow a 'quality' cable, boot the RPi, resize the partitions and then try again with the original cable
My advice is not to use the low-quality cable again. If you are running with an out of spec voltage, you are asking for trouble.Mister_C wrote:So, my advice is borrow a 'quality' cable, boot the RPi, resize the partitions and then try again with the original cable
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