Op 8-feb-2008, om 13:40 heeft dave higton het volgende geschreven:
Quoting C J Craig <Chris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:In message <1202463185.47ac21d1e32f0@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> dave higton <davehigton@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Probably got the wrong end of the stick, but feel I have been here before? I think I was told to connect it to a PC, save the installed files re-format drive to FAT 16, re-install files. then connect to Iyonix & load your files. All at your own risk!
I don't think it would work in this case. !ROFS can not read anything from the device. The data was just an uninitialised datablock. Maybe ! ROFS could clear it's datablock before reading and then check if it get 0xAA 0x55 at the end of the block to see it read the master boot record correct.
If it's just a storage device, that should be OK. If it's a media player or the like, then I'd be very wary of doing so, because the player's firmware may well require a very specific organisation of the filing system, otherwise it won't work. If that happens, it's going to be very difficult to get it working again.
Agreed. Peter -- Peter van der Vos peterthuis@xxxxxxx