It won't, specifically, be uSD class 10 cards, but probably just a few from particular manufacturers. I wonder what they have started doing that is upsetting the boat.lanwarrior wrote:UPDATE:
I got a SandiskUltra microSDHC 16GB Class 10 UHS-1 30MB/s (SDSDQUA-016G-A11A) from my local store. After the 2nd reboot, I got another SD corruption. <sigh>.
I do have a really old, 8Gb Sandisk Class 4, which has been sitting in my drawer for about a year. I don't even know the model number, so I can check't it @ RPi SD Card. So I tried it and... work OK! Update & upgrade works. Tried further configuration, like setting up wifi, SSH, etc. No problem so far.
I will do more testing to see if this card is solid, but looks like B+ doesn't like Class 10 microSDHC cards. Can anyone let me know which Class 10 will work with the B+ and what size? Class 10 cards now is cheap ($14 here in the US), so I am hoping I can use one.
Hey Gordon,gsh wrote:After doing the rpi-update can you get the dmesg out?
Just wonder if you've got any errors there...
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It's not a case of "not recommended", they are cards that (presumably) stick to the SDHC specification and therefore there should be no reason why the Pi cannot operate with them.fruitoftheloom wrote:I was under the impression that Class 10 cards were not recommended and it was better to stick to Class 4 ??
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The first thing you MUST do after an install of a raw image is to resize the partition to fill the card (sudo raspi-config).... Then reboot before doing anything else!. If not the attempted update will trash the OS. Not needed for NOOBS install as the partition is resized automatically.DigitalLumberjack wrote:On my side, i just download the last Raspbian image (09/09) and the first thing i did after booting was rpi-update. On both my Samsung 32GB and Samsung 32GB evo the update failed, one with a simple freeze and the other with ext4 errors displayed.
So i can tell the issue is not fixed yet