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  1. Well, I made some progress!!! Using the guide from the link you provided, the Rasberry Pi now shows up on my PC in the Network, but I can't access the shared folder that was created. I'll have to go back and try to figure out what I did wrong. At least I'm closer than I was!!! Thanks!!!
  2. I may have to, although it isn't critical that I actually am able to share files between my PC and Rasberry Pi...it's just the principle of the thing. I want to figure it out!!!
  3. I will give this a try. I just followed another set of instructions I found and couldn't get it to work.
  4. It has an IP address and it is connected as I can use the web browser that installs with the Rasberry Pi OS to go on the Internet. But when I boot the Rasberry Pi OS, it does not show up as a network device on my PC so I can't access it or see any of the files. The opposite is true when booting RetroPie. It shows up as a network device on my PC and I can freely transfer files between my PC and the Rasberry Pi. I've seen mention of Samba, but being new to all this I don't know what it is or does. I will go hunt for it and see if that is the solution. Thanks!!!
  5. Can someone help? If I load RetroPie on my Rasberry Pi 4, it shows up on my Network. If I load the Rasberry Pi OS, the device doesn't show up on my network. Why? Is there something in the RetroPie startup script that tells it to show up on the network list that's not there in the OS startup script? Or is there some other reason?
  6. Found my own solution...I didn't actually have a Rasberry Pi. I had an OrangePi. At the time, I didn't realize there was a difference.
  7. CoolCV also does this although the title screen displays longer.
  8. I tested this with the same result. Recipe Filer also does the same thing. All I can suggest is running it on ADAMem or Virtual ADAM. ColEm's ADAM emulation is a work in progress.
  9. Thanks!!! Looks great. Can't wait to try it!!!
  10. I've always used my Rasberry Pi for gaming, but I wanted to experiment around and set up a MicroSD card with the Rasberry Pi operating system on it. I've downloaded it and the program to write the image to the SD card which I've successfully done and it's my understanding all I need to do is insert the card in the Pi and turn it on. But all I get when I do that is a blank screen and my TV tells me "No Signal". The Pi doesn't boot or anything else. I stick my gaming SD card back in and everything boots up normally. Can anyone take a guess as to what I might be doing wrong?
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