Step 1: Prepare the SD card
Download the Raspbian OS image from http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/
then uncompressed the image downloaded and then extracted the img file to my Micro SD card using Win32DiskImager
Tip: Enable SSH
If you want to SSH into the Pi without hooking it up to a display,
you create a empty file in the boot folder on the SD card name ssh without any extention
this will allow you ssh into the Pi provide the Pi has access to your network
Tip: Enable WiFi (if your Pi has WiFi)
Create a file called wpa_supplicant.conf
This configuration file that will allow you to pre-configure the WiFi credentials.
The Pi will on boot copy these settings and use this as the default configuration file.
In this file, place the following content:
country="your country code"
Make shure the WiFi credentials are correct.
When that was done i put the Micro SD card into my Pi and conected the other parts to the Pi and lastly the powerSupply
Then boot it up
Step 2: 1st boot - Initial configuration
Step 3: 2nd Boot - Update
Make sure that your raspian is up to date.