Rockbox mail archiveSubject: RE: Scandisk
From: John Gurd <j.gurd_at_ntlworld.com>
Date: Sun, 8 Aug 2004 15:54:36 +0100
When I found all the errors, it was using my friend's Windows 98SE machine.
It's simply a case of going into properties of the drive and choosing "Check
Disk" in the Tools tab. I've also done it using XP on my own machine, and
like you say, I got a finished message in a second or so. I just assumed
that XP had found no errors rather than hadn't checked the allocation table,
etc - after all, it wasn't a surface scan. I've had the same quick response
on my internal hard drives. So all I can confirm is that it definitely
corrects errors using Windows 98 and I assume so in Windows XP.
[mailto:rockbox-bounces_at_cool.haxx.se]On Behalf Of Ronald Teune
Sent: 08 August 2004 14:41
To: Rockbox development
Subject: Re: Scandisk
Cool, John... how did you actually do that?
And what OS are you using?
I tried scandisk too, but I don't think it does anything because it
finishes in about 1 second (that's for windows XP)
On Sun, 8 Aug 2004 12:35:54 +0100, John Gurd <j.gurd_at_ntlworld.com> wrote:
> Probably everyone knows this already but I discovered it's worth running
> scandisk on the Archos drives. I couldn't figure out why a new (to me)
> was having Rockbox under-report the space available by a vast amount.
> Then I
> ran out of room way before I should have. Gigabites of space were
> when I ran Scandisk over the USB connection.
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