Rockbox mail archive
Subject: Re: Is my FM Recorder now a paper weight?
From: Jeff Dilcher (dilcher_at_hiddenworld.net)
I wandered around the archives, and found my answer- it involved
resetting the settings, upping the number of files allowed, and, for
some reason, plugging in, and unplugging from usb, then rebooting.
Voila, it fixed it!
I still have a paper weight, but, now it plays music!
On Sat, 2004-04-24 at 02:13, BlueChip wrote:
> My guess is that you have an inordinate quantity of files in the root
> If so, the solution is simple, and I believed, fixed in recent versions :)
> >Here is my situation. Maybe someone can help.
> >My FM recorder was having problems mysteriously shutting down,
> >even on a full charge.
> >I am runnning the "bios flashed" version of Rockbox.
> >I thought I might have corruption on my hard drive, so
> >I fdisked and reformatted it, and redownloaded the zip
> >file, copying over a new .rockbox directory. So far so
> >good. No songs or anything on the disc yet...
> >Now, when I restart the unit. I immediatedly get a disc
> >buffer full error message, and I cannot see any files
> >in the lcd window. When the unit is hooked up to usb,
> >I can mount it and see my files, no problem.
> >I thought I should re-flash the bios, as that probaby
> >would fix the problem. I attempted to "re-follow" the
> >flashing instructions...
> >Only problem is, I can't "browse" to the bios file I want
> >to flash, because I keep getting errors that the disc
> >buffer is full, and no files found, when I try to
> >follow through with the flash process.
> >So, am I completely hosed?
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