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Subject: Re: Preliminary 1.4 bug report
From: Fabian Merki (fabian_at_merkisoft.ch)
Date: 2002-10-12


i had such effects when i changed the diskspin down to less than 3 secs...
(but in earlier versions...)

fabian

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bradley M Alexander" <storm_at_tux.org>
To: <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
Sent: Friday, October 11, 2002 11:07 PM
Subject: Preliminary 1.4 bug report

> Hi,
>
> This is the most preliminary of bug reports, as I only have a few
instances
> of it and have done almost no experimentation. However, it has happened
> thrice to me today, so I thought I would pipe up.
>
> Hardware: JB6000
> [HW Info]
> ROM: 5.02
> USB: neg
> ATA: 0x300
> Mask: 0000
>
> Battery level was approx 96%, unit was running on batteries.
>
> I was listening to the JB in random play. About 3 minutes into a 4 minute
> song, the player stops playing. I pulled it out of the case, and the timer
> had stopped, and the red drive light was on solid. I presssed stop, but
> nothing changed. I had to turn the unit off then back on to restore.
>
> The second case happened about 30 minutes later. I was in the data center
> with the unit in my shirt pocket. I leaned forward, then back again and
the
> back of it tapped my chest and I got the same indications as above and had
> to do the same thing to fix it. A few songs after resetting it, I pressed
> stop to change directories. The JB froze in place, with the drive light
> blinking on-off at about half-second intervals. Again, I had to turn off
to
> recover.
>
> I suspect that it could be the error recovery code that is doing this. In
> earlier versions (e.g. 1.3), a drive error would cause the JB to skip to
> the next track. Is it possible that now you get this wierd issue if you
get
> an error.
>
> Just wanted to note what I've seen.
>
> Thanks,
> --
> --Brad
>
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