Raspberry Pi Emulator for Windows 10 Full Setup Tutorial and Speed Optimization

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In this video I’m going to teach you how to setup a Raspberry Pi Emulator for Windows 10 using the latest Raspbian Pixel and some speed optimization tricks.

This video will cover how to setup the Raspbian Operating system inside Windows 10, overclock it slightly and also increase the ram through a handy little trick.

Here’s a few things you will need for this tutorial video:
Get Qemu here:
Get the kernel here:…


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    1x Network Cable

  2. I don't have a TV to connect my Pi 3 B+ and to avoid unplug screen, keyboard and mouse every time of my PC I'm interested to emulate raspbian on Windows.
    Is it possible to use the GPIO pins when the Pi is connected to that emulator on PC?

  3. Hi Jonathan
    Do not know where I am going wrong here keep getting error trying to resize (The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another program) This happens right from startup without me running anything else. windows 10 Pro 64bit all updates are done.

  4. Great video!
    I need a help tho…
    After creating partition 2 and remaining as partition it shows the message as "partition #2 contains ext4 signature." Do you want to remove signature ([Y]es/[N]o)

    I clicked yes and restarted.

    Now with the command: sudo resize2fs /dev/sda2
    I get the message: "segmentation fault" after the first three lines

    what do I do?


  5. during creating partition,after creating partition 2 and remaining as partition it shows message as "partition #2 contains ext4 signature."
    Do you want to remove signature ([Y]es/[N]o)

    What to do?…

  6. Dear thank you very much for your time, could you please, do a tutorial to emulate retropie, what happens is that some of the problems when downloading images, is that you do not know if when recording the image in the SD, the SD is bad or the retropie image is bad too, and to modify it must re-record the image and it takes a long time, hopefully help us from now thank you very much.

  7. I lost interest when 32 bit Windows was recommended just "becasue some people reported problems with the 64 bit one". Mate, if you aren't technical, do some other YouTube sh*t, don't mess with things you don't understand well..

  8. I tried but the error prompts:

    qemu>qemu-system-arm -kernel kernel-qemu-4.4.34-jessie -cpu arm1176 -m 256 -M versatilepb -no-reboot -serial stdio -append "root=/dev/sda2 panic=1 rootfstype=ext4 rw init=/bin/bash" -drive "file=2017-11-29-raspbian-jessie.img,index=0,media=disk,format=raw" -redir tcp:2222::22
    qemu-system-arm: -redir tcp:2222::22: The -redir option is deprecated. Please use '-netdev user,hostfwd=…' instead.
    qemu-system-arm: -drive file=2017-11-29-raspbian-jessie.img,index=0,media=disk,format=raw: Could not open '2017-11-29-raspbian-jessie.img': The system cannot find the file specified.

  9. qemu-system-arm: -redir tcp:2222::22: The -redir option is deprecated. Please use '-netdev user,hostfwd=…' instead. Uncompressing Linux… done, booting the kernel.

  10. Since April they now have different versions and conflicting options. IE, instead of Raspbian with Debian Jessie, they now have "Image with desktop based on Debian Stretch". If I go to the link below that for Raspberry Pi Desktop, it is for "The Raspberry Pi Desktop OS for PC and Mac – based on Debian Jessie"

  11. Thanks for the tutorial. Really good.
    Could you take a look at the raspberrypi.org.
    seems like there is now a desktopversion of rasbian … will it do the same?
    I would like to emulate on my pc and try installian openhab for homeautomation I want to set up.
    I will have to connect at least an rfxcom in order to get my blinds to work.
    Will that be possible or am I totally wrong?

  12. entering the command "sudo nano/etc/udev/…………"

    gives me the following message and does not start another screen.
    sudo: unable to resolve host (none)
    suso: nano/etc/udev/rules.d/90-rules: command not found

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