Rockbox mail archiveSubject: RE: Help! I downgraded to 3.2 and now when I try and mount the SansaC240, it cycles....
RE: Help! I downgraded to 3.2 and now when I try and mount the SansaC240, it cycles....
From: Sant, Nick (NY) <"Sant,>
Date: Wed, 21 Oct 2009 16:39:54 -0400
>Rob Frohne said:
> One more note: In the 17 MB file system that I can mount, I see two
> files with strange names, suggesting corruption: The characters
> up the first of these names are not standard ascii, the second one has
> delta symbol followed by a < symbol and the and E with a tic mark over
> it and MSDOS.5.0. It is 32 bytes long. The first one is 942.7 MB
> which seems wrong for a partition that is only 17 MB.
This, presumably, is the recovery mode of the Sansa:
http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/SansaC200Port#Recovery_Mode so it was a
prudent move to NOT change anything there!
I don't have a mac so can't test anything there, but depending on which
flavour of linux you're using, you might want to try:
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Received on 2009-10-21