I have my Pico Pi working - it reads and runs code from shell and Script location just fine (LED blinks every 2 sec. using that example).
I plug in the Pimoroni display for the Pico Pi and the LED lights up just fine after inserting it into my USB plug on my Windows 10 machine.
When loading the custom Pimorono UF2 file, I lose the D: drive while it loads the UF2 file into the Pico Pi on my Windows machine. I suspect this is norm. However, the Pico Pi does not boot back up to a D: drive after the UF2 install. Ok, maybe I hafe to unplug and reboot this.
I then unplug this Pico Pi + Pimoroni (snapped together), while pressing the Bootsel button and plugging it back into the USB port, it reads the Pico into a D: drive but does not find the custom Pimoroni UF2 file, only the original UF2 file.
I’ve flushed the SSD memory using the flash_nuke.uf2 file and that seems to clean things up - it even boots back up to the D: drive when i install it, unlike above.
Any suggestions. It feels like a Kafka novel or Catch-22.