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After the image is flashed, you may need to remove and re-insert the SD card for the computer to view it. The SD card will give multiple drive letters, and some drives will asked to be formated. Do Not format, just ignore the messages. Open the first drive for the SD card. In my case it was D:

Install and open Notepad plus plus. Start a new document. Click Edit, go to EOL Conversion, and select Unix. In the new document you want to type the info shown in Pic 2.

Change MyNetworkSSID and Pa55w0rd1234 to your network ID and Password. They both must be in quotes, so do not remove the quotes!

Click save. A box will pop up where to save it. Select the SD cards first drive (in my case D drive). At the bottom for file type, click it and scroll to the top and select All Files. Name the file wpa_supplicant.conf as shown in Pic 3 and click Save.

You can now eject the SD card, and insert it into your Raspberry Pi.

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