I found my old Raspberry Pi 3 B and wanted to start a new project. When I flash a new Raspberry Pi OS (32 bit) on an SD card (128 GB, bought a new one to make sure its not the SD card) via the Raspberry Pi Imager it boots up correctly, resizes the root filesystem, reboots, and seems to work.
However, when I try to run
sudo apt update I get an output similar to this:
Get:1 http://archive.raspberrypi.org/debian buster InRelease [32.6 kB] <some more links, forgive me I had to type it off the screen> Fetched 13.4 MB in 1s (849 kB/s) Segmentation faultsts... 0%
I also can't start the browser. This happens even at first boot so memory corruption due to pulling the plug shouldn't be the cause. Does anyone have an idea or is old age the cause and I should get a new one?
Edit: I also tried multiple operating systems like Ubuntu, all from the Raspberry Pi Imager.