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Subject: Re: Archos Jukebox stops in Middle Of Song.

Re: Archos Jukebox stops in Middle Of Song.

From: j c <johner81_at_yahoo.co.uk>
Date: 2005-01-10

50 gigs isn't too much for the archos - i have 80 gigs
& others have 100 with no probs.

a ticking drive could be due to lack of power to it,
ie dodgy connections.

don't throw your old 20 gig drive away as it's
probably ok - for just a few dollers from ebay you can
get little cases for lappie drives which then allows
you to use the 20 gig as a USB removable drive for
back up or whatever.

jc

--- Aditya Siram <aditya_siram@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I just upgraded my Jukebox to a new hard drive and I
> am having some trouble
> with it.
>
> Equipment
> -----------------
> Archos Jukebox Recorder 20
> Toshiba 80GB 4200RPM Notebook Hard Drive, Model
> HDD2188/MK8025GAS,
> Rockbox v2.4
>
> The Problem
> --------------------
> My Archos Jukebox often fades out about 5 seconds
> into a song and goes back
> to the directory listing. If I try and play another
> song the backlight
> starts flashing and I hear a faint ticking from the
> inside.
>
> Things That Might Have Lead Upto The Problem
>
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
> *About 3 weeks ago, the original 20GB hard drive
> started ticking
> *I replaced it with a Toshiba 80GB notebook drive as
> per instructions on the
> Rockbox site.
> *I partitioned the 80GB to 50/30 for Music and Data
> respectively and
> formatted the partitions into FAT 32 filesystems
> using Linux's mkfs.vfat.
>
> Other Problems That Are Possibly Related
>
-----------------------------------------------------------------
> *When I unplug the USB cord it stays on the USB logo
> forever.
> *When I unplug the power cord, it stays on the
> charge screen forever,
>
> At first I thought it might be another faulty
> hard-drive, but I was able to
> see it and interact with it (copying/organizing
> music/data files) on my
> computer. Doesn't this show that the hard drive is
> working well? Is 80GB (or
> should I say 50GB, since the Jukebox can only see
> the first partition)
> perhaps too big for Archos to handle?
>
> Thanks...
> Deech
>
>
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