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The problem might be in the fatFAT partition, that can be easily recovered by reformating and put back the files (yoursUsing either your image or one downloaded from the web or taken from the raspbian image.)

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If all fails, maybe the SD has gone bad, iI would do a dd if=/dev/sdb of=file.img (of even better dd_rescue /dev/sdb file.img if you have dd_rescuedd_rescue installed) to backup the SD to a file and trying to recover things from there, by transforming the image on a device with losetup --find --show file.img work on it.

first, why it doesnt boot? what the lights show? Debug it with this wiki

The problem might be in the fat partition, that can be easily recovered by reformating and put back the files (yours or downloaded from the web or taken from the raspbian image)

If its the linux filesystem, loading it on a linux (even a liveCD) and fsck it might be enough to recover it.

So add the SD to a linux, open a console and do dmesg to view what is the last disck (example sdb) discovered, do fdisk -l /dev/sdb to see what partitions exist. The linux one should be called linux (example sdb2). finally do fsck /dev/sdb2 to scan and fix the filesystem.

If all fails, maybe the SD has gone bad, i would do a dd if=/dev/sdb of=file.img (of even better dd_rescue /dev/sdb file.img if you have dd_rescue installed) to backup the SD to a file and trying to recover things from there, by transforming the image on a device with losetup --find --show file.img work on it

First, why it doesn't boot? What do the lights show? Debug it with this wiki

The problem might be in the FAT partition, that can be easily recovered by reformating and put back the files (Using either your image or one downloaded from the web.)

If it's the Linux filesystem, loading it on a Linux (even a liveCD) and running fsck might be enough to recover it.

So attach the SD card, open a console and do dmesg to view the label of the last disk (example sdb) discovered, do fdisk -l /dev/sdb to see what partitions exist. The Linux one should be called Linux (example sdb2). finally do fsck /dev/sdb2 to scan and fix the filesystem.

If all fails, maybe the SD has gone bad, I would do a dd if=/dev/sdb of=file.img (of even better dd_rescue /dev/sdb file.img if you have dd_rescue installed) to backup the SD to a file and trying to recover things from there, by transforming the image on a device with losetup --find --show file.img work on it.

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first, why it doesnt boot? what the lights show? Debug it with this wiki

The problem might be in the fat partition, that can be easily recovered by reformating and put back the files (yours ofor downloaded from the web or taken from the raspbian image)

If its the linux filesystem, loading it on a linux (even a liveCD) and fsck it might be enough to recover it.

So add the SD to a linux, open a console and do dmesg to view what is the last disck (example sdb) discovered, do fdisk -l /dev/sdb to see what partitions exist. The linux one should be called linux (example sdb2). finally do fsck /dev/sdb2 to scan and fix the filesystem.

If all fails, maybe the SD has gone bad, i would do a dd if=/dev/sdb of=file.img (of even better dd_rescue /dev/sdb file.img if you have dd_rescue installed) to backup the SD to a file and trying to recover things from there, by transforming the image on a device with losetup --find --show file.img work on it

first, why it doesnt boot? what the lights show? Debug it with this wiki

The problem might be in the fat partition, that can be easily recovered by reformating and put back the files (yours of downloaded from the web or taken from the raspbian image)

If its the linux filesystem, loading it on a linux (even a liveCD) and fsck it might be enough to recover it.

So add the SD to a linux, open a console and do dmesg to view what is the last disck (example sdb) discovered, do fdisk -l /dev/sdb to see what partitions exist. The linux one should be called linux (example sdb2). finally do fsck /dev/sdb2 to scan and fix the filesystem.

If all fails, maybe the SD has gone bad, i would do a dd if=/dev/sdb of=file.img (of even better dd_rescue /dev/sdb file.img if you have dd_rescue installed) to backup the SD to a file and trying to recover things from there, by transforming the image on a device with losetup --find --show file.img work on it

first, why it doesnt boot? what the lights show? Debug it with this wiki

The problem might be in the fat partition, that can be easily recovered by reformating and put back the files (yours or downloaded from the web or taken from the raspbian image)

If its the linux filesystem, loading it on a linux (even a liveCD) and fsck it might be enough to recover it.

So add the SD to a linux, open a console and do dmesg to view what is the last disck (example sdb) discovered, do fdisk -l /dev/sdb to see what partitions exist. The linux one should be called linux (example sdb2). finally do fsck /dev/sdb2 to scan and fix the filesystem.

If all fails, maybe the SD has gone bad, i would do a dd if=/dev/sdb of=file.img (of even better dd_rescue /dev/sdb file.img if you have dd_rescue installed) to backup the SD to a file and trying to recover things from there, by transforming the image on a device with losetup --find --show file.img work on it

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first, why it doesnt boot? what the lights show? Debug it with this wiki

The problem might be in the fat partition, that can be easily recovered by reformating and put back the files (yours of downloaded from the web or taken from the raspbian image)

If its the linux filesystem, loading it on a linux (even a liveCD) and fsck it might be enough to recover it.

So add the SD to a linux, open a console and do dmesg to view what is the last disck (example sdb) discovered, do fdisk -l /dev/sdb to see what partitions exist. The linux one should be called linux (example sdb2). finally do fsck /dev/sdb2 to scan and fix the filesystem.

If all fails, maybe the SD has gone bad, i would do a dd if=/dev/sdb of=file.img (of even better dd_rescue /dev/sdb file.img if you have dd_rescue installed) to backup the SD to a file and trying to recover things from there, by transforming the image on a device with losetup --find --show file.img work on it