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The Raspberry Pi Foundation just released the brand, spankin’ new version two. It’s packed with a BCM2836 Quadcore 900MHz ARMv7 processor, 1GB of RAM, 4 usb ports, an ethernet port, and loads over 15 seconds faster than it’s already-out-of-date sibling, the Model B+.

And guess what? 

The Raspberry Pi 2 won’t boot from older disk images. 

So, save yourself an enormous amount of hassle and run this to update your image:

 

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
sudo rpi-update

 

You’ll be glad you did, I promise.

 

 

  • Brandon

    That third command came out with: “Command Not Found”. I think you meant: “sudo rpi-update”

  • Mr_Jo

    Hello,

    My PI_2 not boot from the SD card of my PI_B +, Update, Upgrade, RPI Update.
    (SD card Sandisk Ultra 64 Go )
    No boot!

    PI_2 Boot and works well just with ISO NOOBS V 1.4.0

    What I forget

    cordially

    • Mr_Jo

      Hello,

      Sorry to be disruptive French.
      but of my findings I take this experience:

      If I choose the NOOBS English language and French desk, all is well.
      If I choose NOOBS in the French language and French desk all goes wrong.
      Same problem led on two no boot.

      Just like when I want transferrer my programe of the SD card from my B + PI to PI 2

      On my SD card the vertion is in French and keybord FR.
      I can understand now why your upgrade works for you and not for me.
      Which confirms the rule or French are always hecklers. 🙂

      Sorry.
      You can look at this and see the problem?
      I would feel less alone.

      Thank you for your help.
      best regards.
      The, French.
      Jo

      • Mr_Jo

        Just one precision at the boot the session bloc on this point :

        26.781603 Unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at virtual address 00000048

        26.79768 pgg = b84c0000

        and no suite. … ???

  • Francis Booth

    Hello,

    I thought I had two bad Pi2’s because they wouldn’t boot… but two in a row !?? I downloaded the latest NOOBS from http://www.raspberrypi.org, still no joy. Perhaps PS too low – checked OK.

    Found a NOOBS 1.4.0 disk in the Raspberry Pi Geek magazine. Loaded its iso onto the micro SD. inserted the SD into Pi2 and Happy, Happy, Happy.

    Fran

  • Johan Asp

    After several attempts with different Google suggestions I found the final trick, “unplug the HDMI” cable and pluggit in, and then the Pi booted nicely.