It certainly is! The right-hand side of the drawing looks like an electrocuted person hanging upside down from the wiring. I wonder if that was intentional.Obel wrote:This draw is awsom
as I wrote above I will look for some external source of power.
Yes. They should, but read the last paragraph I added to my previous post. I don't trust them in anything based on past experience, so I'm pretty sure that this isn't a Pi-specific issue.Subcode wrote:Kingston should just be following a standard that all sd cards use for reading and writing.
It's highly unlikely that the other two cards are genuinely faulty. I still believe that your problem lies elsewhere, most likely a power issue that's corrupted the contents of the other two cards.Tottel wrote:I seem to have fixed it. I stole my GoPro's SD card.
Absolutely! Are the competition making considerably more powerful devices for the same price? Is there a 4 year old supportive community behind the opposition? Some people are still clearly missing out on the whole reason for the Pi existing in the first place.Heater wrote:Raw performance is not everything.
The SD card slot performance can easily be doubled when using UHS-I cards and an appropriate line in config.txt on both the Pi2B and Pi3B. Ethernet 10/100 is what it is. It suffices for hundreds of millions of PC users.bullen wrote:That's what the bus is for: ethernet and SD card.