Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: smaller HD does not work in AJBR20
Re: smaller HD does not work in AJBR20
From: Dan Amborn <damborn_at_newsguy.com>
Date: Mon, 06 Jan 2003 12:49:40 -0600
I upgraded mine the first week I had it. A little cocky I guess,
along with having way too many mp3's to fit on a 20Gb drive. I
upgraded using an IBM 40GB 4200RPM Model # IC25N040ATCS04-0. I just
stole this out of my laptop so I could get a 5400RPM model for that.
I removed all the partitions and formated it as fat32 before putting
it in my Recorded 20. Worked like a charm.
On Mon, 6 Jan 2003 17:52:37 +0100, you wrote:
>I'm planning a HD upgrade on my jukebox.
>Wasn't the 'HD register error' just a problem with batteries?
>Or does it really depend on the HDD used in the Jukebox?
>If so, could you recommend 40 GB / 60 GB HDD's that have been proved
>to work within the Jukebox Recorder?
>BTW: I played a 9 hour DJ-Set on New Year's eve and rockbox recorded
>Thanks for that!
>> I just want to let you know not only bigger HDs may fail > to work.
>> I tried to exchange my 12 GB Notebook-HD with Archos < > >
>> The Notebook worked fine with the Hitachi, only Archos > didn't
>> Toshiba MK1214GAP-(PM) with 12 GB.
>> It showed the known "HD register error"
>> SC1 (85) 227
>> SN1 (170) 0
>> SC2 (170) 18
>> SN2 (85) 211
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-- Dan Amborn damborn_at_newsguy.comReceived on 2003-01-06