Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: HD Error...My baby won't boot!
Re: HD Error...My baby won't boot!
From: Mike Holden <rockbox_at_mikeholden.uklinux.net>
Date: Thu, 3 Jun 2004 09:23:09 +0100 (BST)
As a motorcyclist myself, I would suggest you forget about music on the
move, and instead concentrate 100% on what is going on around you,
including listening out for the as yet unseen car that is trying to wipe
If you really need music on the move, a solid state mp3 player would work
far better, as there are no moving parts to cause skipping.
Don't take this the wrong way, it is just my personal opinion.
Nick Brodich said:
> 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 not boot.
> 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
> Nick Brodich
-- Mike Holden Rockbox page: http://www.mikeholden.org/~rockbox _______________________________________________ http://cool.haxx.se/mailman/listinfo/rockboxReceived on 2004-06-04