Astron wrote: ↑Fri Aug 16, 2019 9:44 amHello everyone! I has formatted (sorry for my English) SD card after Raspbian and try to write on it another system (majordomo if you know). But Win32DiskImager print "An error occurred when attempting to write data to handle. Failed to find file" Screenshot https://imgur.com/a/pfix0zq.
Yeh, check the official web site https://mjdm.ru or this https://kb.mjdm.ru/kak-ustanovit-majord ... go-obraza/ (use google translate), it may be the defect with card, when it can't write big files. I faced this more than once.pcmanbob wrote: ↑Fri Aug 16, 2019 11:35 amSo if your card and card reader are ok , have you tried raspbian to see if that will write to the card, if it does then I would suspect the img file you are trying to write to the SD card is corrupt or not a suitable type .
are you sure majordomo is suitable for the pi ?
It is Raspberry Pi 3 model B, but error occur when i try write the os on SD card
That is irrelevant at this stage. Problem is with writing the image file using Win32DI.
Windows 10 1803 and the last versions of Etcher and Win32DI
No if you are writing an image to the SD card it will just replace what ever is on there.
I cant writing to it using Etcher or another. I think Etcher need to specific filesystem type to correct write .imgrpdom wrote: ↑Fri Aug 16, 2019 1:03 pmIf Windows tells you that you need to format your card after writing to it using Etcher, just ignore it. Windows is wrong. It doesn't understand Linux partitions and wants you to make them into Windows partitions. You do not want to do that. It will destroy your Raspbian system.
Thanksfruitoftheloom wrote: ↑Fri Aug 16, 2019 1:36 pm
If English is not your native Language may I suggest you post in the appropriate section: