Rockbox mail archiveSubject: RE: HD Error...My baby won't boot!
RE: HD Error...My baby won't boot!
From: Touillaud Nicolas <Nicolas.Touillaud_at_fr.thalesgroup.com>
Date: Tue, 1 Jun 2004 15:24:59 +0200
1. No idea, but if you can access your drive, back up your files ! If the
disk is partially damaged it can die completly any moment...
2. For extreme condition like yours (or jogging...) I suggest using
mechanism-free player like any usbkey witch can play mp3/wma. You obviously
won't store a lot of music (from 64 to 512 megas, you can decrease the
bitrate as your listening condition may be bad while ridding a motorcycle...
with low bitrates, wma can sound better than MP3) but this can do the trick
during your "high speed motorcycle trip" :)
De : Nick Brodich [mailto:nick_at_moirbrodich.com]
Envoyé : mardi 1 juin 2004 15:10
À : Rockbox development
Objet : HD Error...My baby won't boot!
Dear Brain Trust:
After a fairly high-speed motorcycle trip, it appears as thought I've
done in my Studio 10. It will not boot up. I only get the HD Error
message. When I connect the USB to my PC, everything is completely normal.
I can navigate through all of the files without any problems. But it will
I would like your suggestions on two fronts. First, is there any way to
get my unit to boot and return to normal? If so, what should I do.
Secondly, perhaps I need to rethink the appropriateness of my Studio 10
for motorcycling applications. Even with the Rockbox anti-skip protection
cranked up to the max, I was still getting consistent skipping problems. Is
there a better unit out there for my rough-and-tumble application? Is it
conceiveable to install a more robust hard drive into my Studio 10?
In short, I would like to fix the current problem and take steps so that
I am not in this position again.
As always, your expertise and insight is marveled at and greatly
Received on 2004-06-01