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I have looked every where over the internet and YouTube, and this has not been done before. After a lot of trial and error, I finally managed to get my RetroPie installation to boot from a USB Hard Drive. NO MICRO SD CARD needed after doing this :)

The video goes through each step to make it work so you can do it too. Please note: You will need a Raspberry Pi 3. No other Raspberry Pi has the ability to do this. Also, if you are using a Portable Hard Drive (USB Powered), you will need a Y Cable (Separates Data and Power) to power your USB HDD separate from the Pi as the Raspberry Pi 3 won't supply enough power.

Let me know what you think and if you've tried it out yourself!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHhsAY3c3HA

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I have looked every where over the internet and YouTube, and this has not been done before. After a lot of trial and error, I finally managed to get my RetroPie installation to boot from a USB Hard Drive. NO MICRO SD CARD needed after doing this :)

The video goes through each step to make it work so you can do it too. Please note: You will need a Raspberry Pi 3. No other Raspberry Pi has the ability to do this. Also, if you are using a Portable Hard Drive (USB Powered), you will need a Y Cable (Separates Data and Power) to power your USB HDD separate from the Pi as the Raspberry Pi 3 won't supply enough power.

Let me know what you think and if you've tried it out yourself!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHhsAY3c3HA

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I have looked every where over the internet and YouTube, and this has not been done before. After a lot of trial and error, I finally managed to get my RetroPie installation to boot from a USB Hard Drive. NO MICRO SD CARD needed after doing this :)

The video goes through each step to make it work so you can do it too. Please note: You will need a Raspberry Pi 3. No other Raspberry Pi has the ability to do this. Also, if you are using a Portable Hard Drive (USB Powered), you will need a Y Cable (Separates Data and Power) to power your USB HDD separate from the Pi as the Raspberry Pi 3 won't supply enough power.

Let me know what you think and if you've tried it out yourself!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHhsAY3c3HA

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I have looked every where over the internet and YouTube, and this has not been done before. After a lot of trial and error, I finally managed to get my RetroPie installation to boot from a USB Hard Drive. NO MICRO SD CARD needed after doing this :)

The video goes through each step to make it work so you can do it too. Please note: You will need a Raspberry Pi 3. No other Raspberry Pi has the ability to do this. Also, if you are using a Portable Hard Drive (USB Powered), you will need a Y Cable (Separates Data and Power) to power your USB HDD separate from the Pi as the Raspberry Pi 3 won't supply enough power.

Let me know what you think and if you've tried it out yourself!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHhsAY3c3HA

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Found the quickest and easiest method of uploading ROMS to the Retropie system on the Raspberry Pi, so I made this video :)

Not only do I show how to install from fresh using ETHCER and upgrade to the latest version, but I also show how to install RetroPie Manager which allows for transferring of roms through a web interface. No more FTP, SFTP, USB etc.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tjyjf2fCECU

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