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> Q: How To Backup New Sl-c3100, Q: How to backup new SL-C3100
Johnny Maas
post Jul 2 2005, 04:26 AM
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Apologies in advance for the basic nature of the question.

I have a new 3100 as sold in Japan (i.e., no English language conversion) and want to backup the rom / microdrive before I start using it. The purpose of the backup is to restore the system to the original state.

I would appreciate it if someone could educate me or point me in the right direction.

~ Johnny Maas

(By the way, Sharp decided to include an international adapter with this version. I understand that there was a domestic power adapter in previous versions.)
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TRIsoft
post Jul 2 2005, 06:45 AM
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Johnny,

simply do a NAND-Backup like described in our SL-C1000/3000
manual : http://www.trisoft.de/en_c1000howto.htm

Backing up the MicroDrive contents is not neccessary. All what's
on the MicroDrive is also on the 3 CDs that came with the unit.
And if you're not a Japanese speaker, the contents are useless
for you.

For localisation, there's a first backup set available:
http://www.trisoft.de/download/C3100-2005-06-27-12-00.zip

Have fun with your new Zaurus,

///TRIsoft

Marc Stephan
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Cresho
post Jul 2 2005, 07:48 AM
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QUOTE(Johnny Maas @ Jul 2 2005, 04:26 AM)
Apologies in advance for the basic nature of the question. 

I have a new 3100 as sold in Japan (i.e., no English language conversion) and want to backup the rom / microdrive before I start using it.  The purpose of the backup is to restore the system to the original state.

I would appreciate it if someone could educate me or point me in the right direction.

~ Johnny Maas

(By the way, Sharp decided to include an international adapter with this version.  I understand that there was a domestic power adapter in previous versions.)
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Congrats on your new unit! The community here is tight and i am very happy to see a international power plug available. When i purchased my c1000, i was a bit disabointed about my adaptor but i ordered a new one from streamline which works with mines. So Good Luck and happy forum/software hunting.

---people here are very helpfull.
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Johnny Maas
post Jul 2 2005, 04:09 PM
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Dear Marc,

Thank you for your generosity and for the great information. I realize that TRIsoft sells the Zaurus. Were it not for the fact that shipping electronics into Russia is a bit tricky and that a friend was flying back from Tokyo, TRIsoft would have been my first choice. I'll remember when Sharp releases the next version in a few months. wink.gif I have some friends in Frankfurt I need to visit. (Actually, I do speak Japanese.)

Dear Cresho,

Thanks for the welcome! I sincerely appreciate the sentiment. It looks like you've bought more than one Zaurus. I know who to ask if I have future questions.

Cheers,

~ J
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bam
post Jul 10 2005, 06:55 AM
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QUOTE(TRIsoft @ Jul 2 2005, 06:45 AM)
Johnny,

simply do a NAND-Backup like described in our SL-C1000/3000
manual : http://www.trisoft.de/en_c1000howto.htm

Backing up the MicroDrive contents is not neccessary. All what's
on the MicroDrive is also on the 3 CDs that came with the unit.
And if you're not a Japanese speaker, the contents are useless
for you.

For localisation, there's a first backup set available:
http://www.trisoft.de/download/C3100-2005-06-27-12-00.zip

Have fun with your new Zaurus,

///TRIsoft

Marc Stephan
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thanks, because I forgot to do a backup, and I've been diddleing for days now, is no sleep for days normal with ownership of a new z?
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