Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: HELP! Jukebox Recorder 2.0: *PANIC* disk:NULL after HD upgrade
Re: HELP! Jukebox Recorder 2.0: *PANIC* disk:NULL after HD upgrade
From: Christian Mahr <christian.mahr.ulm_at_arcor.de>
Date: Sat, 5 Nov 2005 23:13:31 +0100
you can get a 2.5´ to 3.5´ adapter (maybe 5..10 EUR) in better computer shops.
Then connect the 2.5 disk to your "normal" PC provided there is a free IDE
connector/cable on your motherboard.
The BIOS should easily recognize your disk as well as the operating system
(whatever you use) and you shoudl be able to format.
Am Samstag 05 November 2005 22:33 schrieb Heinrich Rebehn:
> Linus Nielsen Feltzing wrote:
> > Heinrich Rebehn wrote:
> >> I replaced the 20G HD in my Jukebox recorder with a 40G drive today.
> >> After powering on, the drive spins up, but the display reads:
> >> *PANIC* disk:NULL
> >> and nothing happens any more(except for the red light blinking).
> > Are you sure you have formatted it with a partition table, and not in
> > "floppy mode"?
> > Linus
> The drive is not formatted at all, it is factory new. I wanted to format
> it in the jukebox via USB, but the PC does not see it.
> I was able to access the old drive via USB, but with the new drive, the
> jukebox does not enter "USB mode", where you can see the USB Symbol on
> the display.
> I would really like to know, what "*PANIC* disk:NULL" really means. I
> tried looking into the source, but could only find a 2.5 tarball whereas
> the jukebox runs 2.2
> I will also try to put the new disk into a notebook to partition and
> format it there, hope this will clear the error.
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Received on 2005-11-05