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Step-by-step Guide: Installing Raspberry PI OS for Beginners

Installing Raspberry PI OS for Beginners

With recent development from the Raspberry PI Foundation, we are excited to share the latest model; Raspberry PI 5 with a nearly developed Operating System known as Bookworm. As of 19/02/2024 the latest version is 6.00 with a Linux Kernel of 6.1.

Due to all the development’s, we thought it would be a great topic to pick and nail out an explainer which covers Installing Raspberry PI OS for Beginners.

Installing the Raspberry PI OS has never been easier for beginners, until now!

In today’s article, we’ll need the following items for a smooth installation:

  1. A Windows 11 computer (Other Windows versions are supported)
  2. An external memory card reader (essential for computers without built-in readers).
  3. A SanDisk Ultra Plus 32GB MicroSD memory card.
  4. Raspberry Pi Imager, which you can download from the official webpage.

Assuming you’ve got all the necessary prerequisites in place, you’re now prepared to dive into the action!

Step 1: Download Raspberry Pi Imager

If you haven’t downloaded the Raspberry Pi Imager yet, start by downloading it.

Step 2: Install the Imager

After downloading, the installer is typically placed in the download’s directory.

Step 3: Self-Explanatory Installation

Follow the prompts during installation, keeping default configurations, including the installation directory.

Step 4: Launching the Application

If no desktop icon appears after installation, search for “Raspberry Pi Imager” in the start menu.

Step 5: Confirmation

A bright prompt with “Raspberry Pi” should appear on your screen, confirming correct execution.

Step 6: Insert the Memory Card

Use an external memory card reader (if needed) and insert the memory card into your device.

Step 7: Device Configuration

Choose your Raspberry Pi model (e.g., Raspberry Pi 5) from the dropdown. Select Raspberry Pi OS (64-BIT) as the operating system. Pick the storage location for the OS.

Step 8: OS Customization

Press Next and choose “No” when asked about OS Customization Settings.

Step 9: Data Confirmation

Confirm erasing data on the memory card; consider creating a backup if necessary.

Step 10: Progress Bar

Observe the progress bar on the Raspberry Pi Imager, indicating the OS writing onto the memory card.

Step 11: Verification

Wait for the verification process. A successful installation message will appear.

Step 12: Completion

Insert the memory card into the Raspberry Pi and power it on. Congratulations on completing the setup!

We understand that instructions are beneficial, but for a more visual experience, we’ve created a dedicated video guiding you through each step. Installing the Raspberry PI OS for Beginners.

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