Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: SOS - File System Error (No FAT16/32)
Re: SOS - File System Error (No FAT16/32)
From: Wrybread <wrybread5_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Sat, 4 Oct 2003 21:10:04 -0700 (PDT)
there may very well be a much better way to go about this, but if it were mine I'd load Parititon Magic and start the program. On bootup it detects any FAT errors and attempts to fix them.
I'm not sure how well it works with USB drives though.
As I say, there might be another way, I'm not very experienced with USB drive problems.
matthew wood <matthewpatrickwood_at_hotmail.com> wrote:
here's what happened. i was loading some songs onto my jukebox recorder 20
and the computer locked up. i think the battery ran dead in the
jukebox....i forgot to plug it in first. so i restarted the computer and
this is the
message on the screen of the jukebox:
No Valid FAT16/32 File System Found
Please Format Drive
the computer doesn't recognize the jukebox any more when connected by the
USB. the icon
says "drive G:" on the icon when it's plugged in instead of archos jukebox
and i can't get into it.
i need help. have i wrecked it? please note i have very few tech skills and
little knowlege. i'll need it spelled out plainly.
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Received on 2003-10-05