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louigi600

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« Reply #15 on: June 24, 2006, 04:36:19 pm »
Who would be able to do that and how much would it cost ?
Is there any other possible solution and/or workaound ?

glompos21 : I think it would be correct on your behalf to refund me.
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David

SL-c760*  pdaXrom latest
SL-c860    pdaXrom latest ;-)
SL-c1000  pdaXrom Latest
Acer Aspire One running slackware and Clash
Toshiba AC100 running ARMedslack and Clash

*with some hardware problems but good for testing

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« Reply #16 on: June 30, 2006, 01:49:32 pm »
Ok so I have a guy selling me a c760 with a faulty nand without having warned me or having got proken while shipping.
I've been asking the guy to tell me what is the procedure for an insurance refund but the only answer I'm getting is that the c760 is good.
What can I do ?
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David

SL-c760*  pdaXrom latest
SL-c860    pdaXrom latest ;-)
SL-c1000  pdaXrom Latest
Acer Aspire One running slackware and Clash
Toshiba AC100 running ARMedslack and Clash

*with some hardware problems but good for testing

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« Reply #17 on: July 01, 2006, 04:04:31 pm »
I've managed to get it partially working by installing u-boot loader by following this procedure:
http://mail.pdaxrom.org/node/102

Just incase it gets lost or broken links ... etc
here are the most importat steps:

First installation - new bootloader

1) Good idea make NAND backup before
2) Format CF or SD card (MMC unworking for me) with FAT16
3) Extract bootloader and emergency files to card. There must be updater.pro, u-boot.bin, emergenc.img
4) Extract rootfs and kernel files to this or another CF or SD card, there must be: rootfs.img kernel.img autoboot.sh
5) Run diagnostic menu (D+M) and run NAND Flash Erase from Extra Menu.
6) Turn OFF your zaurus. Unplug power adapter, eject battery.
7) Insert SD or CF card with extarcted files (if you insert both CF and SD, updating fails)
8) Press and hold "C" and "D" keys and plug power adapter (battery must be ejected!).
9) Green LED must light on for ~20 sec.
10) If both LEDs flashing, that mean bad CF or SD, or non FAT16.
11) When Green LED off, unplug power adaptor.

Bootup emergency system
1) Insert SD or CF card with pdaXrom
2) Press and hold OK button and plug power cable
3) Wait for 10 sec and leave OK button
4) Screen on and emergency system will booting
5) After booting, it will detect SD or CF card and run autoboot.sh script
7) After flashing, it will reboot and pdaXrom will booting - time for battery insert:)
Regards
David

SL-c760*  pdaXrom latest
SL-c860    pdaXrom latest ;-)
SL-c1000  pdaXrom Latest
Acer Aspire One running slackware and Clash
Toshiba AC100 running ARMedslack and Clash

*with some hardware problems but good for testing