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  • Hallas
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    Ah, ok.
    Thanks for the help, I figured out my issue.
    Apparently RetroPie wasn’t recognizing my monitor, so I had to uncomment hdmi_force_hotplug=1 in the config.txt file. Everything boots great now, and I have no issues with the display.
    RetroPie FTW!

    Hallas
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    Ah, sorry, stupid me :(
    Thanks buzz, totally didn’t even think to Google that.
    Thanks for the help, RetroPie rocks!

    Hallas
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    Awesome!
    Thanks, it works beautifully now!
    Just for the record, I am an absolute noob, so would you be able to tell me what that just did?
    Thanks a ton!

    Hallas
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    Hmm, I celebrated victory too soon :(
    For some reason, I still can’t get my Pi to boot.
    I did a full overwrite format on the card with SDFormatter, ran it through the full windows formatter just for good measure, rewrote it, and it still wouldn’t work.
    I tried re-formatting and rewriting, still nothing.
    I was able to successfully write and run Raspbian, so I don’t think it is an issue with my Pi or the setup. Any ideas?

    Hallas
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    Awesome, thanks guys!
    Seriously quick response :)
    I’ll try reformatting the card again.
    By the way, @noseDeath, I’m not sure what you mean by the converter. I have a box HDMI to VGA converter and it works fine for me.

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