Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: USB2 Speed
Re: USB2 Speed
From: BlueChip <cs_bluechip_at_webtribe.net>
Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2005 17:17:49 +0000
At 16:59 14/03/2005, you wrote:
>On Mon, 14 Mar 2005 12:28:52 +0100, you wrote:
> >>>information about this I was unsure if to spend money in sending it
> >>>back to be repaired.
> >>>I have just reflashed my Archos back to the Archos firmware from
> >>>Rockbox do you no if I have to run archos_rec128.ucl also please
> >>>because am trying to get Rockbox off incase Archos void my warranty.
> >May the guys at Archos are credulous, normally a flashed recorder with
> >archos_rec128.ucl flashed is noticeable as flashed, because the
> >rom-bootloader and the 2 rom-images still exists. You (and the archos
> >guys) can test it with switching the box on with F3+on. If the box is
> >flashed, the unfinished(?) serial monitor from Jörg H will come up.
> >With never flashed boxes this manner will not occur. To be safe you
> >must undo the first flash procedure, this will write your rom backups
> >to the unit and nobody can say if this box was ever flashed.
>I changed the name of my backup file internal_rom_2000000-203FFFF.bin
>to firmware_rec_norom.bin and ran firmware_flash.rock,
>I then ran archos_rec128.ucl but that never appeared to do anything,
>and I have tried what you suggested with the F3+on, but am not sure
>exactly what I should be looking for Sorry! but when I do what you
>suggest while booting I get on the screen "Archos Juckbox recorder"
>and at the bottom of the screen I get "OS Version 1.28" then it
>changes to "OS Version 1.27d" and then it boots up into the Archos OS.
>Is this the way it should
I've not been following this thread, but if it is of any relevance or use
to you, you can find copies of the original ROM dumps on the Cyborg Systems
Received on 2005-03-14