My Raspberry Pi has killed several micro SD cards over the years, simply wearing them out until they die and leave the SD card unbootable and unreadable. Now i have had enough, and decided to ditch the easily corruptable SD cards for good, and slap a m.2 ssd on my Raspberry Pi instead. I am […]
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Many people are reporting problems with their monitors turning partly or entirely black, as well as flickering black parts on the screen. This issue often occurs when using applications with heavy graphics, such as pc games, and primarily on laptops. Here I explain how to easily solve the issue, and avoid the black screen flickering.
If you have ever played around with a Raspberry Pi, you have also experienced the ‘missing HDMI output’ issue. Basically, the HDMI output of the Raspberry Pi is only activated if a monitor or television is connected and powered up before the Raspberry Pi is turned on. If you are using your Raspberry Pi with […]