Jim JKla wrote:Sorry you had to wait nine days for a reply.
But you did the right thing dropping the link into another post the other option is to reply to your own post so it bumps back to the top of the list the forum has such a high turnover. It is not good news yet because I'm a Windows Linux kind of guy but with a little bit of nudging I'm sure there will be Mac people here soon.
SirLagz wrote:I had the same issue with my Micro SD card inside an Adapter.
Re-Imaged it again and it seemed to work ok after that.
Have you tried re-imaging the SD Card ?
Are you using a plain SD card or Micro SD Card inside an adapter ?
Error -110 is a timeout. If the card works in your PC but not on your Pi, then the only thing that (really) changes when you move it between the two is the connector in which it sits.WhatTheDickens wrote:I can't boot up my new Pi
I successfully (I think!) set up my SDHC card using the instructions for "Copying an image to the SD card in Mac OS X (mostly graphical interface)" here:
I used the 2012-12-16-wheezy-raspbian.zip.torrent. Checksum checked out. All the files seem to be there when I look at the card on my Mac. But when I try to boot up, I get this line over and over
mmc0: error -110 whilst initialising SD card
Eventually, the screen just goes black.
I looked at this page for updating the firmware
http://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshooting# ... re_version
However, these instructions don't appear to include an option for Mac OS. By the way, the green light seems to blink in a 4-pattern, indicating loader.bin not launched, but loader. bin isn't included in the installation I did (i.e., writing the image didn't put that file on my card), and various pages I've looked at indicate that this file is no longer necessary.
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