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The SD card is a key part of the Raspberry Pi; it provides the initial storage for the Operating System and files.

Storage can be extended through many types of USB connected peripherals. connected to a power supply, a special piece of code called the bootloader is executed, which reads more special code from the SD card that is used to start up the Raspberry Pi.

The SD card must be formatted, or written to, in a special way that means the Raspberry Pi can read the data it needs to start properly.

If you are new to this check the instructions, or buy a pre-formatted SD card.

One advantage to using an SD card like this is that you can have several SD cards, each with a different operating system, or a different purpose.

Simply power off, switch cards, and reconnect the power. Please bear in mind that the maximum throughput of the card reader of the Raspberry Pi is 25 MB/s and that most likely read and write speed won't exceed 22 MB/s.

SD cards come in three physical sizes (see picture).

The Raspberry Pi A and B use the largest one; the mini SD card and the Micro SD card can be used in those models, but you will need an adapter / holder to fit it. There are other properties of SD cards that are not covered here. See the following links for other information: You might like to consider buying a preinstalled card; a wide range of branded SD cards preinstalled with operating systems are available.

The Raspberry Pi B+ and Raspberry Pi 2 Model B (second generation) require the smallest one, the Micro SD. If you don't buy a preinstalled card, you will have to create one yourself.

Check the SD Card setup page to help you make this decision.

That page also shows where these cards can be bought from.

Users have listed working and non-working cards here. Note that manufacturers change their designs over time, even as the specs stay the same. an ACME 8 GB class 4 card manufactured in 2011 might work, while one manufactured in 2012 might not.) For this reason, please specify product numbers in the lists below, when possible.

The SD Card Association suggests there are more than 400 brands across dozens of product categories and more than 8,000 models. Unfortunately there is little scope for analysis of the failures given below. You will notice that the same card may be shown as working and not working; the model numbers on cards do seem to be confusing. You can also attach the following fields from your card's CID: The table can be sorted using the triangles in the top row.

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