Jhcii wrote: ↑Sat Nov 10, 2018 7:53 pmI'm new here and just bought the newer pi 3b+. I have a 64gig retropie .img file that was obviously read from a pi 3b and it wont boot on my 3b+ ( I just get a lightning bolt on the screen with a flashing red power led ) It will boot fine from a regular noobs install. Is there a way to get this image to boot on a 3b+? Since I don't have a 3b board I obviously can not use it to upgrade the boot on it. In the boot area I have the file bcm2710-rpi-3-b.dtb which from what I've read means it was done on a pi 3b. Can I just copy a bcm2710-rpi-3-b-plus.dtb file over to get it to boot? I'd really not like to lose the info that's on that card. I've tried writing the info on a different cards but I'm guessing since the boot info is for the older 3b it won't work on the 3b+. Or am I just going to have to bite the bullet and put in a usb drive to copy everything over to it and then setup/format/install a clean image onto the sdcard then transfer the files back over? Thanks I'm extremely new as I only got my card 3 days ago, and yes I've tried searching the forums here and on retropi with absolutely no luck.