Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: HD Error...My baby won't boot!
Re: HD Error...My baby won't boot!
From: BlueChip <cs_bluechip_at_webtribe.net>
Date: Tue, 01 Jun 2004 18:40:55 +0100
Spinrite, written by Steve Gibson, available from grc.com or a pirate
download source near you, will try to repair the disk.
If you're gonna replace the hdd - why not buy on of the things in the
acclaimed shock resistant iPod - *I* have NO idea if iPods are shock
resistant or not ...there was some chat of using 1.8" drives in your archos
the ther week ...I'm sure a news archive search may help.
>It's worse than I thought. I couldn't back up my files, because there were
>errors all over the place. So I did a complete reformat, knowing that all
>data would be lost. Since it was all CDs I own, I can replace it.
>ANYWAY..even after I have erased everything on the hard drive and have
>completely reformatted, I still cannot get my unit to boot up. I get the
>"Jukebox Ver: 5.08", then a quick HD Error, then a flicker and a shut down.
>I guess the hard drive is worse off than I thought. Any suggestions, other
>than warm up my credit card?
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Nick Brodich" <nick_at_moirbrodich.com>
>To: "Rockbox development" <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
>Sent: Tuesday, June 01, 2004 9:10 AM
>Subject: 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