As many of you know, there is no link for a download of a startup Raspberry Pi image for the Robo C2. If you call Robo support, they are nice people and real good at hardware support, but not so much at software support. They contact third parties to help with that. If you ask for an image of the Raspberry load, you will not get an answer where to download one. This make no sense to me since the main software loads on the Robo C2 are as follows Raspberry Pi is a open source OS, Octoprint is open source, Python is open source, and all the plugin to Octoptint can be downloaded from github and are open source. If you open Octoprints web page on your printer and go to Setting>Plugin Manager there is information on all the plugin and where you can download them from github. This is good to know because if there is a problem with an upgrade you can manually uninstall a plugin and then download and reinstall the plugin, this by the way usally resolves any issues. The fact is you could build a OS with all the required loads for the Robo C2 but that would take many hours of downloading, installing, and configuring. Why would any provider want anyone to do that when it is so much easier to restore an image to a SD card? Takes less than 10 to 15 minutes, and you would be guaranteed that the software load would be set to factory specs. Screen Shot of OctoPrint Plugin Manager With the help of @mark tomlinson whom shared an image with me, I have cleaned the image and upgraded it to the newest releases as of this posts date. So I would like to share the download of this image so that others may have it as a backup incase they have issues with a SD card and the OS on their printer. The image is based on a 8GB SD card load just like what comes from Robo C2 new. Use Win32 Disk Imager software to reload an image to the SD card and to create a backup of your image to your computer. Image Download: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B51PXhcn1zZPcWxFVUtEOVFyZEE/view?usp=sharing Hope this helps everyone.