In this chapter, you have learned how to troubleshoot different ailments that can afflict your Raspberry Pi. You have learned how to overclock your processor, edit your
config.txt to enable different modes, reset your controller, and make sure you have a proper powered Pi.
An extra piece of advice: Don't be afraid to tinker and experiment with your Raspberry Pi. It is very hard to damage the hardware. I have yet to hurt one. If everything seems broken, reformat your SD card and start over.
If all else fails, we are part of a large community of enthusiasts that want to watch you succeed. Join the forums at http://raspberrypi.org. There are many who will be willing to help.
Also, ensure that you check out these guides for more information: ...