Steps to re-image SD
Re-image SD card using Windows
- First you’ll need to remove the micro SD from the table.
- Download an imaging utility. My preferred utility is image USB
- Download our full image (~8GB) | Coffee table | End table
- Or compressed image (~1GB). Must be extracted and some systems fail to extract properly | Coffee table | End table
- Load the micro SD into the computer you’ll be using to image it.
- Open imageUSB
- Under step 1 select the micro SD
- Under step 2 make sure the top option is selected “write image to usb drive”
- Under step 3 select ‘browse’ and find the BIN file that you extracted above
- Select ‘write’ at step 4
- There’ll be a couple warnings verifying that loose all data on the card. Acknowledge them to image the SD
- This can take up to a couple hours including verification. Wait for it to say it’s complete
- On completion re-install the micro SD into your table and plug it in.
Re-image SD card using OSX
- I’ve only been able to successfully re-image on OSX using dd in command line.
- You’ll need to use one of the following images (these are different than the links above for windows) | Coffee table | End table
- Here are the commands to image using dd
- Once started the imaging can take up to 3 hours and there will be no status update until complete.