Trying to move a Raspberry Pi 4B to 9.2. Downloaded the minimal aarch64 ISO, burnt to SD card with BalenaEtcher.
“Missing Partition Table
It looks like this is not a bootable image. The image does not appear to contain a partition table, and might not be recognized or bootable by your device.”
I proceed anyway, burned and verified.
On power up the Pi comes up in the “Install an OS on this Raspberry Pi” screen and stalls in a loop at “Trying boot mode USB-MSD”.
Thinking this is just a BalenaEtcher error I burn it again but this time with dd. Same thing.
I try again using the DVD ISO. Same thing, and just for consistencies sake I get the same with the Rocky-9-Mate-aarch64-latest.iso.
Interestingly the Alternative Images/Raspberry SIG image boots immediately but I’d rather not try to get to the MATE equivalent starting from scratch if I can avoid it.
Is this something wrong with the build of the ISOs?
Clue-by-fours welcome if I’m the loose nut behind the wheel