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Old 08-22-2012, 08:19 AM   #12
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From your description, the problem is one of two things:

* a book format that the indexer can not handle (clear the user storage partition (mmcblk0p4) of all books)

* you have run out of room in the *local* partition (zero mmcblk0p3).

NOTE: (that is a big NOTE) - -
"I tried all other available diags img on the internet ..."
A really, really, big noobie mistake.

Once again:

The Linux kernel (as used in the Kindles) is not a monolithic, self-contained, kernel image.
Some of its services are provided by dynamically loaded "kernel modules" (things like the e-ink display drivers).
"kernel modules" live inside of the file system image.

Translation: You must use "matched pairs" of a file system image (the loadable modules ++ other stuff) and a kernel image.

An alternative solution?
Carefully compare all that you have done with the published directions, accept no differences between your actions and the published directions.

Hmmm....
Here we have a person who has proven themselves unable to follow printed directions ;
and I am wasting my time, writing more printed directions that they probably will not follow.
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