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which rpi?

Postby grobda » Mon Nov 23, 2015 7:02 pm

ive got a rpi model b (original release with 26 pin GPIO, no mounting holes) this does not fit in the case but will boot up with the supplied SD card.

has following issues;

1.config only recognises solo device
2.slow on network over html (chrome)
3.keyboard injector intermitent
4.floppy upload doesnt work
5.doesn't recognise usb devices

suspect 4 and 5 due to 1.

with my rpi2 the supplied sd image does not boot at all.

should either of those work or do I need a different rpi? i cant find the version shown in the video (2 mounting holes, seperate comp vid output connector). the case seems designed for a B+ or rpi2 (4 mounting holes). do i need a B+?

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Re: which rpi?

Postby tin » Mon Nov 23, 2015 10:40 pm

Asked Jookie the same a while back - the CosmosEx v2 is prepared for the B+. The B would need a different internal cable to work. Your CosmosEx probably can't see the CE with the B+ connector cable. The Pi 2 isn't supported.
So it's probably best to get a B+. Worth it, I think.

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Re: which rpi?

Postby grobda » Mon Nov 23, 2015 10:57 pm

cheers, i've ordered a b+ seem to be throwing money at this damn thing all to play a few old games lol

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Re: which rpi?

Postby Jookie » Tue Nov 24, 2015 9:52 am

grobda wrote:ive got a rpi model b (original release with 26 pin GPIO, no mounting holes) this does not fit in the case but will boot up with the supplied SD card.


This version of RPi without mounting holes was never supported, it has different GPIO pins on that connector.

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