Rockbox Ports are now being developed for various digital audio players!
The hard drive on the H100s is connected via a little daughterboard that can come loose, which I suspect has happened when he dropped it. Try opening the player and reseating all the connections. I haven't actually looked up what the -4 error is, but I suspect this.Does the disk work in the OF?
Can you please look up the error? Or can you tell me how/where to look it up? Thanks!
What is OF?
Quote from: Muse on February 03, 2010, 10:50:54 AMCan you please look up the error? Or can you tell me how/where to look it up? Thanks!http://www.rockbox.org/wiki/IpodBootloaderErrorCodesSays iPod but the iRiver (I guess all) are the same last time I looked.Quote from: Muse on February 03, 2010, 10:50:54 AM What is OF? Original Firmware - the iRiver firmwareGiven the error and what 'fixed' it I guess that there is some disk corruption - I'd do a checkdisk or similar from your PC, then do something like a database build - that will force Rockbox to read just about every file on the drive. If that's OK maybe your friend is lucky.
It might be worth trying to format the old drive - Use the PC (full format not quick) or the Original Firmware. But it does seem likely that the drop killed the drive.
... can I "safely" assume that the HD faulty at this point?...
Quote from: Muse on February 04, 2010, 02:16:20 PM... can I "safely" assume that the HD faulty at this point?...Well I'd join you in that assumption - especially with Alex's comment.I'll keep my my fingers crossed that you just need to change the drive.For what it's worth, my memory is that both the HDD connection and the USB is on the daughter board so it is unlikely to be a poor connection that is causing the lock-up - probably (hopefully?) it's the state of the drive.
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