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enter image description here I just setup my RetroPie and tested out a game. I then shut it off using the power button. When I tried starting it up again it doesn’t go past this screen. I unplugged it for an hour and tried again but no luck. How can I get it to work again?

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    You should always shutdown your Pi not just turn the power off. – CoderMike Feb 11 at 7:18
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    set up the RetroPie again – jsotola Feb 11 at 8:19
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I think there was an issue with my sad card. Tried another one and had no issues.

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You have a kernel panic, which means that the kernel encounters something unrecoverable so it stops there and stay there.

You can turn it off at such a kernel Panic and turn it on again after a few seconds. If nothing is corrupted it should come up properly. If not, try another SD-card.

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