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Old 01-04-2010, 08:41 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by scgf View Post
I think the problem is that I used my computer to do the format and just asked it to format as a FAT32 partition. AFAIK there is no format capability on the Opus itself. I tried flashing with the new firmware, and also with the Mobi 1.5 firmware and in neither case did it recreate the files.
And what happens when you reboot the Opus? Does it fail to start up correctly? It USED to be the case, on the old 200MHz Gen3s, that you had to back up the "system" folder before reformatting, but on the newer Gen3s, and I thought on the Opus too, that the device automatically recreated it after a format.
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