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mowgly
Hello,

My zaurus can't be turned on, so I decided to put the original rom 'sysc300.dbk'.
I've put the file on a SD formatted in FAT16, then plugged it into my zaurus and finally clicked on 'NAND Flash Restore' in the 'Diagnostic Menu', the same message appear :

'NAND Restore from SD
file:SYSTC300.DBK
not exist file'

What can i do blink.gif ?

EDIT : Someone who had the same problem has solved it by changing his SD format from 'fat32' to 'fat', but I am in FAT16 and it still doesn't work.
InSearchOf
What size SD are you using... I have heard problems with using a SD or CF over the size of 1gb... Dont mark my word that this is the problem your having... just throwing out some advice...

I use a Iomega(IBM) 340mb Microdrive and it has been working perfect compared to my 1gb (No name) CF and my 128mb Kodak CF... I havent tried a restoring or backing up my NAND using my SD so I can't vouche for which works better...

Hope you get it working...

Late
mowgly
Thanks for your quick answer.

I have a 256MB 'Dane-elec' SD card !

I'll add that when i format my SD I have this message :

CODE
Calling ioctl() to re-read partition table.

WARNING: Re-reading the partition table failed with error 22: Invalid argument.
The kernel still uses the old table.
The new table will be used at the next reboot.
adf
fdisk the sd, then remove it, reboot and reinsert the sd, then format it fat 16. that will take care of the error.

as far as not finding the image.. you didn't use windows to put it onthe card? maybe try a cf?
Cresho
you may have a sd card that is not compatible.
bam
cf would do it, my sd card wont play well either, sandisk
mowgly
My slackware distro has been killed last day. So I have installed 'windows 98' (what an OS !) and format the SD = Now it works wink.gif

Thanks for your support.
Meanie
QUOTE(mowgly @ Jun 17 2006, 08:00 AM)
My slackware distro has been killed last day. So I have installed 'windows 98' (what an OS !) and format the SD = Now it works wink.gif

Thanks for your support.
*


yay for win98 smile.gif

98 second edition was the most stable windows 9x version, much better than the mutated ME ....
ok, I will go back to playing with my beloved windows machines smile.gif
bam
I think im going to be sick.....
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