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Subject: Re: crazy blinking red led (was: Rockbox Digest, Vol 17, Issue 10)
Re: crazy blinking red led (was: Rockbox Digest, Vol 17, Issue 10)
The red LED is most probably blinking because Rockbox tries to read the disk
but isn't able to... And since your batteries don't work as good as they're
supposed to be, you will be forced to exchange them. But what keeps you from
taking them out? I don't have an FM but I'm pretty sure that you can
exchange the batteries of an FM without voiding the warranty...
> --- Ursprüngliche Nachricht ---
> Von: EZankel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> An: email@example.com
> Betreff: Re: Rockbox Digest, Vol 17, Issue 10
> Datum: Mon, 06 Jun 2005 22:44:47 -0400
> I have a Hitachi_DK23DA-20. I think the problem might be that only half
> of the battery is working, as someone said previously. It is a Jukebox
> FM so I can't replace the batteries right now. I don't think I will
> until They die completely. I can make due recharging it every other
> day. Rockbox can read from the drive... it is not protected. However,
> none of this explains the erratic red light.
> >It could be the batteries (try it with some others) or it could be the
> >problem that I had, too:
> >If you choose to "protect" the drive with the driver from Hitachi, then
> >firmware isn't able to read from the disk because of the password.
> >What model do you have and who's the disk's vendor?
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Received on Tue Jun 7 13:43:51 2005
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