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sharpman
post Jul 15 2008, 12:23 PM
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Hi all . I'am new here and my english is not perfect:) sry for mistake.

I formated disk in my Z yestarday. When i turned on pda i saw this problem while booting:

HDD1 error

I looked for answer about this problem, I found but I understand this sad.gif
I found this topic

http://www.planetofidiots.com/zaurus/
http://www.eleves.ens.fr/home/leurent/zaurus.html
http://www.oesf.org/forum/index.php?showtopic=24704

I know that i can press ctrl + c and i can go to system but my Z dont see a disk sad.gif

Can I use sd card?

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Solution 2 - Download the file http://www.trisoft.de/download/SLC3200SYSPART.zip. This file contains instructions and the files needed in order to manually partition the 6GB hard drive and restore it to it's original condition.


pls write me step by step How can I install partition because everything doesnt work correctly sad.gif
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Capn_Fish
post Jul 15 2008, 01:58 PM
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I think that file has step-by-step directions in it.
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sharpman
post Jul 15 2008, 02:10 PM
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heh... i try and try but i cant install partition sad.gif I install backup soft for 3200. after I install cacko and far I cant install partition. maybe I do something wrong? today I go to trip and I would like repair my zaurus but this is difficult for me because my english is not perfect. please write me this easier smile.gif
can I use the sd card?
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Capn_Fish
post Jul 15 2008, 04:48 PM
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I haven't done it myself. I guess you'll have to wait for somebody who knows what to do to help you.

Sorry.
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post Jul 16 2008, 01:01 AM
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- download nand backup: http://www.trisoft.de/download/SYSTC320.zip
- download cacko rom for 3200 model
- download hdd*sys : http://www.trisoft.de/download/SLC3200SYSPART.zip

- put NAND on sd and install from NAND menu on your zaurus.
- reboot with D+B trick .
- use fdisk for restore your partitions, format all partitions and put hdd*sys in your partitions
( look and follow the readme.txt on SLC3200SYSPART ).
- now install cacko.


edit: where are you from?
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sharpman
post Jul 20 2008, 01:27 AM
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I downloaded backup rom,cacko and hdd*sys
I installed nand -- without problems
but When I reboot with trick (d +B ) zaurus logged as root and in this moment I dont know what I have to do sad.gif
what I have to do with http://www.trisoft.de/download/SLC3200SYSPART.zip?
I have still hdd1 error so I go to fdisk and...?
What should I do with SLC3200SYSPART while booting?

ok done biggrin.gif but i have a little problem yet...

trisoft write:

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/hda1 and /hda2 are 9.5 MB partitions. Each one contains a ".sys" and
a "lost+found" directory. The contents of the .sys-directories are
in this file.

Files in /hdd1/.sys :
hdimage2.tgz (2149 Bytes, contains japanese web-bookmarks - hurray !)
hdlist1.dat (85 Bytes, no clue what it's good for)

Files in /hdd2/.sys :
contlist.dat (74327 Bytes)
hdlist2.dat (1264 Bytes)
hdlist3.dat (1519 Bytes)


The Zaurus will display an error like "HDD not initialized" if the
directories and files are missing. Just restoring the partition table
won't make an SL-C3200 happy.


I dont have hdd1 error but i i have Hdd not initialized now:) so What can I mount this files from trisoft?
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Phoix
post Oct 13 2008, 04:48 AM
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QUOTE(sharpman @ Jul 20 2008, 10:27 AM) *
I downloaded backup rom,cacko and hdd*sys
I installed nand -- without problems
but When I reboot with trick (d +B ) zaurus logged as root and in this moment I dont know what I have to do sad.gif
what I have to do with http://www.trisoft.de/download/SLC3200SYSPART.zip?
I have still hdd1 error so I go to fdisk and...?
What should I do with SLC3200SYSPART while booting?

ok done biggrin.gif but i have a little problem yet...

trisoft write:

QUOTE
/hda1 and /hda2 are 9.5 MB partitions. Each one contains a ".sys" and
a "lost+found" directory. The contents of the .sys-directories are
in this file.

Files in /hdd1/.sys :
hdimage2.tgz (2149 Bytes, contains japanese web-bookmarks - hurray !)
hdlist1.dat (85 Bytes, no clue what it's good for)

Files in /hdd2/.sys :
contlist.dat (74327 Bytes)
hdlist2.dat (1264 Bytes)
hdlist3.dat (1519 Bytes)


The Zaurus will display an error like "HDD not initialized" if the
directories and files are missing. Just restoring the partition table
won't make an SL-C3200 happy.


I dont have hdd1 error but i i have Hdd not initialized now:) so What can I mount this files from trisoft?


----------------As described in the Trisoft document, use my instructions at your own risk----------------
-------------------I wrote this of the top of my head without the zaurus to hand with help from TriSoft's explaination-------------
---------------I will not be held responsible for any damage---------------------------------------------------


You need to split the internal disk into 3 partitions using 'fdisk', i.e. '# fdisk /dev/hda'

create the partitions so it matches the following:
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SL-C3200 HDD-Partition table:

/dev/hda1 Start 1 End 20 Blocks 10048+ id 83 System Linux

/dev/hda2 Start 21 End 40 Blocks 10080 id 83 System Linux

/dev/hda3 Start 41 End 11905 Blocks 5979960 id c System Win95 FAT32 (LBA)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

use 'd' to delete any existing partitions, then use 'n' to create the 3 new partitions,

partition 1:
n ; primary ; number: 1 ; start: 1 ; end: 20 ;
partition 2:
n ; primary ; number 2 ; start: 21 ; end 40 ;
partition 3:
n ; primary ; number 3 ; start: 41 ; end: (press enter) ;

now you must change the type of the 3rd partition to 'Win95 FAT32 (LBA),
press 't' ; select partition 3 ; press 'L' to see a list of type codes ; enter the code for 'Win95 FAT32 (LBA), i think its 'c' ;

press 'w' to write the new partition table to disk.
press 'q' to quit.

Now you can format each partition, ready for the required data to be copied to them.
---------------------------------------------
Format the partitions with:

# mke2fs -j /dev/hda1

# mke2fs -j /dev/hda2

# mkfs.vfat -F 32 /dev/hda3
---------------------------------------------

Once you have run each of the above commands your partitions should be formatted and ready for you to copy the required files from SLC3200SYSPART.zip

Mount the first partition with:
# mount -t ext2 /dev/hda1 /hdd1
Mount the second partition with:
# mount -t ext2 /dev/hda2 /hdd2

Having unzipped the contents of SLC3200SYSPART.zip onto a CF card, assuming you have a FAT formatted CF card with only one partition, mount the CF card with:
# mount -t vfat /dev/hdc1 /mnt/cf

^^ i dont have my zaurus with me at the moment, check that '/mnt/cf' exists before mounting the CF card.

now you can copy the files from the CF card to the internal disk,

-------Partition 1 (/dev/hda1)[/hdd1]-------
# mkdir /hdd1/.sys
# cp /mnt/cf/hdd1/.sys/* /hdd1/.sys/

-------Partition 2 (/dev/hda2)[/hdd2]-------
# mkdir /hdd2/.sys
# cp /mnt/cf/hdd2/.sys/* /hdd2/.sys/

That should be it.. smile.gif





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