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Installation Windows 10 on a Raspberry Pi 3

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How to install Windows 10 on an Raspberry Pi 3

Hey TTG,
here is another Tutorial about my Raspberry Pi 3.
I want to let you know how do you install Windows 10 on an Raspberry Pi 3.

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At first this are the things you will need for this:

Raspberry Pi 3
SD Card 32 GB
Windows 10 on your second PC



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Get Windows 10

1. Get Windows 10
Make sure you are running the public release of Windows 10 (build 14393 or better).
You can find your current build number by clicking the start button, typing "winver", and hitting the Enter key.

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2.Download and install Windows 10 IoT Core Dashboard
By downloading and using the Windows 10 IoT Core Dashboard you agree to the license terms and privacy statement for Windows 10 IoT Core Dashboard.

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Set up your device

1. Download and flash

Open the Windows 10 IoT Core Dashboard you downloaded and installed from the "Get the tools page".

Click "Set up a new device".

Select Raspberry Pi 3 from the dropdown.

Each board has its own specialized image.

Make sure your SD card is compliant.

SD cards need to be at least 8 GB in size. Slower and older cards are inconsistent when flashing and may fail to work. Class 4 SD cards are not supported and at a minimum Class 10 SD cards should be used.
View the list of recommended cards.

Enter device name, password and Wi-Fi network to connect to.

Choose a unique name for your device and a new Administrator password for the device. You can also choose a Wi-Fi access point that you want the device to connect to when it starts up.
Note that only wireless networks that have already been connected to by your Windows 10 PC will appear in the network list.

Download and install Windows 10 IoT Core on your SD card.

A window will pop up to show you the progress. This step can take several minutes depending on the speed of your SD card.

Plug the SD card into your board and power on.

You have the option to plug in a display, but it is not necessary. For best results, plug it in before you power on the device. First boot will take several minutes as the operating system does its initial installation. If you have specified a different device name from default (minwinpc) will cause a restart to happen automatically.

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2. Connect the board to the network
There are currently two ways to get connected depending on what kind of equipment you have; WiFi and ethernet. Connecting via Ethernet is recommended because of its reliability.

Connect via ethernet:

Connect an Ethernet cable from your network into your board. The board will automatically connect to your network.

Go to "My Devices". From my devices, you can discover your device and configure it.

Connect via Wi-Fi:

If you already selected a Wi-Fi network in the previous step, the device should automatically connect to that network, if not you can follow the following steps

Go to "My devices". my devices, you can discover your device and configure it (including connecting to Wi-Fi).

Find your board and click "Configure Device". If your board has a WiFi adapater and it has not yet been set up, it will start to broadcast itself as a network (shown in the figure to the right). Unconfigured boards will begin with "AJ_" (e.g. AJ_58EA6C68). If you dont see your board, make sure that youve allowed enough time for your board to boot. If all else fails, reboot your device.

Enter your network credentials. Your computer will now connect to your board.

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3. Configure your board


Once you have successfully connected your board to the network, you can return to the "My devices" tab to configure the board

Find your device in the list, and click the edit symbol (pencil symbol). This will take you to settings page. You can rename your device from this page.

Find your device in the list and right click on it to get option menu. You can launch Windows Device Portal or connect using PowerShell. You can change the device name, password and various other settings using Windows Device Portal/Powershell.

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4. Try out the Quick-Run samples


Quick-Run samples are pre-built and require no compiling or coding to get going. This is a great way to make sure everything is working and easily play with your board.

Navigate to "Quick-run samples" in the left nav bar.

Select a sample.

Select your board from the drop down list and launch the sample.

In the background, the dashboard will temporarily install the quick-run sample onto you device. Once loaded, the device will broadcast a webpage over the network and IoT Dashboard will automatically connect to it. This lets you control the app without having to plug in a monitor directly to your device.

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