I've tried all 6 of my USB ports (this is the Archos guy) and it doesn't
change the problem. Now I can't even get it to connect because of that
error. The USB ports work fine with any other device, including an ipod.
I'm assuming there is something wrong with either the harddrive or my
installation of it. Any other ideas anyone?
From: rockbox-bounces_at_cool.haxx.se [mailto:rockbox-bounces_at_cool.haxx.se] On
Behalf Of Dave Hooper
Sent: Friday, July 28, 2006 5:51 PM
Subject: Re: IO device error with ipod
Re the original iPod poster - not sure what you mean by "designated as a
hub" .. ?
Could it be possible that those two USB ports are faulty or don't supply
enough power, perhaps? Same goes for the Archos user below.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Joey" <joey_at_astrainfo.com>
To: "'Rockbox'" <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
Sent: Thursday, July 27, 2006 2:34 PM
Subject: RE: IO device error with ipod
>I am getting the exact same error/problem, but with my Archos Jukebox
> 6000. I am already using the USB ports in the back of my computer. I think
> it may be because I upgraded the harddrive. If I try to copy about 15 gbs
> music to it (20gb drive) and I leave it over night, when I come back in
> morning it's only halfway or a quarter way through with the same I/O
> and I have to start it again from where it left off.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: rockbox-bounces_at_cool.haxx.se [mailto:rockbox-bounces_at_cool.haxx.se]
> Behalf Of Matthew Caron
> Sent: Thursday, July 27, 2006 7:33 AM
> To: Rockbox
> Subject: Re: IO device error with ipod
> Aha! There you go. Congratulations.
> Rob Powell wrote:
>> Hi all, problem solved. The configuration is that the 2 USB ports on
>> the side of the machine are designated as a hub, the 4 on the back not.
>> The ones on the back work fine, and in fact are much faster too. Thanks
>> for the help,
>> Rob At 23:51 26/07/2006, you wrote:
>>> If you have any other storage devices hooked up via USB, try
>>> disconnecting them all before plugging in the iPod.
>>> On 7/26/06, *Matthew Caron* < matt_at_mattcaron.net
>>> <mailto:matt_at_mattcaron.net>> wrote:
>>> This is a bit of a circular logic, but it might help you isolate the
>>> fault. It assumes your XP install is using NTFS
>>> (1) Grab a recent linux LiveCD, preferably one that reads NTFS.
>>> Something like http://www.knoppix.org/ might work.
>>> (2) Boot it
>>> (3) Try to copy files from your XP partition to the iPod.
>>> (4) See what happens.
>>> Possible conclusions:
>>> - If it works, then it's Windows.
>>> - If it doesn't work, then it could be your USB controller or the
>>> You could also try a separate USB controller, if you have one.
>>> Also, is the iPod connected directly or via a hub? Back in my
>>> days, I found a great deal in variation as to how well hubs
>>> worked. Most
>>> of the chips on motherboards seem to work fine, so plugging it
>>> into the computer usually solved most issues.
>>> Which brings up a question for the rockbox folks: What's the deal
>>> USB on iPods? Is all you need is for someone to write a mass storage
>>> device driver for it? If so, maybe I could help. I'm getting married
>>> this weekend, but after I come back from my honeymoon, my schedule
>>> pretty free.
>>> Rob Powell wrote:
>>> > Hi all, I really could use some help with this one, as I'm a bit
>>> > I'm running XP, and have my Ipod connected to a USB port. I've
>>> used the
>>> > same port for an Archos player and so on before with no
>>> problems. I'm
>>> > copying music to my ipod, and some of the time, I get "unable to
>>> > request because of an IO device error". It's not predictable,
>>> in that
>>> > sometimes it'll copy about 10 albums before it crashes, sometimes
>>> > track. the files that it crashes on can usually be copied
>>> > I've tried both copy and paste and send to, I use my computer
>>> > than windows explorer (only from habit), I just wondered if
>>> anyone had
>>> > any bright ideas?
>>> > Thanks for any help,
>>> > Rob
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Received on 2006-07-29