Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Ondio 128 Freeze Problem
Re: Ondio 128 Freeze Problem
From: Manuel Dejonghe <limbus_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Nov 2004 09:25:12 +0100
I suppose it never worked, you are just about to try it out, isn't it ?
First of all, if you switch on the device with the usb connected,
rockbox does not try to boot up, so you can remove it from the unit
again, so you can use it.
You most probably have a device with slightly modified hardware. I had
one too last week, I sorted it out with the ondio-men (Jens and Jörg).
I had to open (unscrew) the unit to tell them some differences, then
they were able to make some modifications to the code and let me test
To be sure: Try a daily build to see your running another hardware then I had.
If that does not work, open the device, make photographs (even better
scans) of the pcb's, specially the modifications, so one can read the
text written on those chips.
Then, get on irc and bug them (amiconn and [IDC]Dragon) :-)
Hope I could help, Manuel
On Sat, 20 Nov 2004 16:47:50 -00, gonzini_at_freenet.co.uk
> Not sure if anyone can give me any clues as to how to sort this one
> I have an Ondio 128 (not FM) thaty freezes on booting up.
> It manages to get to the boot up screen and then thats its it.
> I can tell you that the firmware installed is v1.31c.
> Also the unit dosent respond to being plugged in via USB so i cant
> look at the device as a drive. Guess that makes it a bit harder to
> sort it out.
> Its doing something as windows finds it as a device when i plug it
> in, but never lets me access it. In fact it seems to find it when i
> power down the Ondio.. (10second press of power button)
> Is there any way i can reflash the thing when its in this condition?
> What process do they use at the factory to get the O/S in there?
> Thanks for any help.
Received on 2004-11-22