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Open ELEC developers won't give any warranty about those risks until a fix is officially supported.Therefore, Overclocking on Raspberry Pi will not break your guarantee if you use the new Turbo Mode which is described bellow.If even with this setting you still have Data corruption, try to comment "overvoltage=2" in Medium mode.And if finally this still fails to work without file system corruption, i advise you to go back a more conservative overclocking mode which will work in most casse: Conservative Overclocking mode: If after all, you can't get any stable situation with overclocking mode enable, then simply disable it :-) Open Elec works also very fine in default mode, moreover you should remember that higher CPU/GPU/Ram frequency does not change anything in playback quality ^^ ********************************************************************************* Then go in insert mode (press key "i") and set your overclock settings.tid=140518&pid=1246709#pid1246709 Note for 512MB Raspberry: If you have a 512MB Raspberry with a previous Open ELEC version installed, you should restart with a fresh install.(or move your current to old before upgrade) The required gpu mem option will automatically be set depending on your Raspberry Pi hardware.(only setting overvoltage without dynamic frequency allocation would break your Raspberry's warranty) Overclocking is still under work in Open ELEC and Raspberry Pi in general, this is an experimental feature and you should be prepared to restore your installation in case of trouble.

Anyway, you when your setup is done, see backup and restore section, this way if you have data corruption you could easily restore your flash card without re-installing. limit=20&start=20 It will force turbo mode after boot for the time set (max 60 secs) and should help preventing data corruption.12/03/2012 - Rpi 512MB update / Recommended Build 13/11/2012 - Overclock corruption workarounds, Last build test, note about missing videos when used as client of main XBMC 23/10/2012 - Image builds location changed / Add link to upgrade script as alternative 10/15/2012 - Recommended "stable" build 11/09/2012 - Update Backup & Restore 10/09/2012 - Update issue amendment 09/29/2012 - Add Verified Wireless section 09/28/2012 - Add a conservative mode in case of constant corruption 09/26/2012 - Turbo Mode data corruption workaround 09/24/2012 - New Turbo mode 09/21/2012 - Add memorandum section 09/21/2012 - Fit to screen correction and turbo mode announcement 09/20/2012 - Fit to screen section 09/19/2012 - Add backup / restore section 09/18/2012 - Add upgrade section - Add recommended themes 09/16/2012 - First version Get a fully functional XBMC Media Center on Raspberry Pi !The Raspberry Pi is a very cheap and interesting small computer created by the Raspberry foundation for educational purposes.You could choose to compile yourself Open ELEC for your Raspberry Pi, therefore i advise you to download last Open ELEC build on: *********************************************************** ********************************************** These images are provided in Bz2 tar archive, when downloaded just extract it using your Desktop (right click then extract here) or in command line: Note: For Windows users, you may need an Archive Software such as 7zip to extract this archive You will get a new directory "Open ELEC-RPi.arm-*", just go in this extracted directory to begin the creation of your SD-card.With no additional configuration, you may have some "fit to screen" issues, in XBMC UI and play back also.

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