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If you power up your Pi independently from a USB source and your HDMI output doesn't light up a display, then your is Pi likely dead. A Pi 3 and the latest software should get you up and running again.
If you power up your Pi independently from a USB source and your HDMI output doesn't light up a display, then your is Pi likely dead. A Pi 3 and the latest software should get you up and running again.
 
Download the RPI3 image here:
 
https://partyrobotics.com/pages/docs
 
No need to unzip when you're done. It's already an .img file.
 
While that's downloading, download and install an image writing program for your os.
 
https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/installing-images/
 
Point it to the .img file and put it on a microSD card that's at least 4GB.
 
Pop it into your RPI and you should be good to go. Should be that easy.

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Original post by: Pierre Michael ,

Text:

If you power up your Pi independently from a USB source and your HDMI output doesn't light up a display, then your Pi likely dead. A Pi 3 and the latest software should get you up and running again.

Download the RPI3 image here:

https://partyrobotics.com/pages/docs

No need to unzip when you're done. It's already an .img file.

While that's downloading, download and install an image writing program for your os.

https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/installing-images/

Point it to the .img file and put it on a microSD card that's at least 4GB.

Pop it into your RPI and you should be good to go. Should be that easy.

Status:

open