Trouble installing hassio on Raspberry pi3 Model B+

I have followed the linked document to the teeth
When I turn on Raspberry Pi3 after inserting the SD card and the flash drive, I do not get to the User interface. see attachment
I need help!!!

That guide is 1 month short of a year old. At the rate Home-Assistant is growing, any documentation more than a month or so old is going to be anywhere from ‘somewhat’ to ‘extremely’ out of date.

It’s best to follow the documentation provided on the Home-Assistant website whenever possible.

With that said, I see the HassIO CLI prompt on your screenshot, so it looks like it’s running. What’s the problem?

Have you opened the web page?

It should be available at http://hassio.local:8123. If you are running an older Windows or have stricter network configuration, you might need to access Home Assistant at http://hassio:8123. And if both of those fail, you’ll need to know the IP address your PI picked up from your router, and go to http://XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:8123 where the “xxx” section is the Pi’s IP.

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Silicon_Avatar, Thanks for the tips, really useful, Indeed the installation works fine, it is the WiFi configuration that was the issue. Once I was able to make it work using the Ethernet cable. I have created a my-network file in my SD card following the installation document and now I can get to the browser using http://XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:8123, however none of the others work and that is the problem because every-time the modem gets reset,
I have to find the new IP address. What is the best way to solve this issue

A. Stop resetting the modem. You’re not accomplishing anything useful.

B. Set a DHCP reservation in your router.

None of what others? If hassio.local doesn’t work it’s because your router doesn’t support it, just like the documentation says.