Wow, I really thank you for taking your time to answer and try to help me
QUOTE(Cresho @ Jul 26 2006, 10:26 PM)
I know the answer to the question. I expirienced this exact problem myself and it pissed me off as well. It is related to your hdd internal because you did not restore it correctly. until you restore it correctly to its original state, you will always have this problem. here...ill look for my post where i posted the solution and ill tell you how i fixed my problem exxactly.
Absolutely possible, I wanted to try OZ/gpe and either at flashing or reflashing
I first partitioned by mistake my cf card (left in the slot by mistake) instead of the MD. Then realised and repartitioned MD and proceeded correctly, but when reflashing back to cacko I had to use trisofts files for rebuilding the MD (I'm sure something went wrong, 'cause I did it two times), so maybe in the second time I also missed something and this makes the JP-unknown thing.
QUOTE(Cresho @ Jul 26 2006, 10:27 PM)
and here is the answer to your question.
If you need help in restoring your drive, i can help. What is going on is that the creation of the partition rely on the information embedded in the hardisk hdd1 or 2 to name the file. The unknown part comes because you did not install a file correctly or its not mounted correctly. In other words, the backups are fine its just that it cant identify your zaurus in creating the backup. that is where the unknown part comes in. of course, your zaurus backup will never work for me since its named differently than my version.http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=19679&hl=
As per the link, your solution was restoring the HD to its original state. The procedure I followed was this one
, specially the last post.
Did you do something different, or any other way to accomplish this restore to its original content? (that's what I'm really looking for)
to be a bit more specific, do you think 'rebuilding' again the HD (fdisk, and copying trisoft's files), would do the trick?