Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: unable to format hard drive?
Re: unable to format hard drive?
From: BlueChip <cs_bluechip_at_webtribe.net>
Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2004 16:54:39 +0000
Have you tried re-FDISK'ing it? Maybe the partition information is corrupt?
I personally recommend a Partition Magic Boot Disk.
>John Eckman said:
> > Any advice? (I don't have access currently to a linux box, just win2k or
> > MacOS X).
>A little off-topic, but may possibly be of some use.
>If you have a broadband internet connection and a cd writer, you could
>have a look at http://www.knoppix.org - this will give you a download for
>a bootable Linux distro on a CD. Just stick the CD in your drive, reboot
>and you have a fully-functioning Linux distro. Your installed O/Ses are
>intact, and yo ucan access their disks as well (readonly by default, but
>you can change this). Handy as a rescue disk etc. You have an option to
>save your settings to a usb key (I use my Rockbox for this!) and your
>settings then follow you around different PCs. If you don't have a
>bootable CD drive, you can create a boot floppy which will load the CD
>I know that Mandrake Linux make a distro called MandrakeMove, which is
>much the same concept, but I haven't tried it (yet)
Received on 2004-02-26