Step by Step Guide to Install Raspberry Pi 64 Bit OS “Bullseye”

  • Select the operating system dialogue in the Imager Window
  • In the drop-down list select “Use Custom” to select the custom .img from your computer
  • Find the 2021–10–30-raspios-bullseye-arm64-lite.zip you just downloaded
  • Select the SD card. Here, we used a 32 GB SD card.
  • Start the Erase, Format, and write activities in one go.
  • You can follow the progress until successful

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