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Subject: Re: An invalid .mod/.ajz file
From: gerald clark (gerald_clark_at_mindspring.com)
Date: 2003-01-02


ABAZ wrote:
> What would happen if an invalid file (say a trial OS that doesn't work) were
> to be placed on the drive as a firmware upgrade. How would one remove his
> (supposing the ROM would boot the disfunctional firmware)? Could the
> OS-less Jukebox still be connected via USB to a computer, or would the file
> need to be removed 'manually' (taking it apart, etc.)?

It is not a firmware upgrade.
It is software only. No bios gets flashed.
Plugging in the USB switches it to the USB drivers in ROM.
Remove the software, unplug the USB, and re-boot.

>
> Also, a couple quick questions (is there a sitethat answers ones like
> these?):
>
Yes, http://rockbox.haxx.se/

> What is the processor's speed (in MHz)?
> How much RAM (non-cache) does the Jukebox have (for use by a program)?
> Can the 2mb cache be used by a program?
>
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-- 
Gerald L. Clark

Aero TerraTrike #1 http://www.wizwheelz.com/images/clarkaerotrike1.jpg

Member: Sky Soaring

Illinois, U.S.A.

Archos Recorder JBR20101 1.28 0x302 positive 0x200 positive 11.0592



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