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#21
Originally Posted by jhford View Post
I umounted OK, but I can't sfdisk. I get the same "...using fdisk on it is probably meaningless..."
I unchecked virtual memory and it's no longer even checkable.
I have an 810 with an 8GB external card.
I'm running 4.2008.36-5

That explains.

mmcblk0 is internal
mmcblk1 is external

so, my example will get your internal card on the N810 partition, if successful. Is that what you want to do?

bun
 
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#22
Is there anything that I can do?
 
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#23
See if it makes any difference, try this instructions, http://examplified.net/guide/Nokia_7...ting_from_MMC/

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Originally Posted by bunanson View Post
That explains.

mmcblk0 is internal
mmcblk1 is external

so, my example will get your internal card on the N810 partition, if successful. Is that what you want to do?

bun
What the difference between doing it on the internal vs. the external?
 
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Originally Posted by bunanson View Post
See if it makes any difference, try this instructions, http://examplified.net/guide/Nokia_7...ting_from_MMC/

bun
Ah, I recognize the process from when I still had a 770. I'll give it a go on this.

[Edit] And again, I get "invalid argument". I'm ready to tear out my hair. Why can't I unmount? Maybe this SD card is corrupt.

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Originally Posted by jhford View Post
What the difference between doing it on the internal vs. the external?
On the N810, the internal is NON removable. There is NO difference, but one has to tell the program which SD card is being worked on.

bun
 
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Originally Posted by thepenguinonthetelly View Post
Ah, I recognize the process from when I still had a 770. I'll give it a go on this.

[Edit] And again, I get "invalid argument". I'm ready to tear out my hair. Why can't I unmount? Maybe this SD card is corrupt.
Try http://panasonic.jp/support/global/c...formatter.html ; see here, http://www.internettablettalk.com/fo...ight=panasonic

A. In most instances this step is unnecessary; so, at least if you don't have a card reader or Windows, skip it and see if the process turns out OK anyway.
B. Download and install the Panasonic SD Memory Card Formatting Software into your Windows computer.
C. Place your SD Card in a card reader.
D. Use the Panasonic formatter to format the card. Select the options for FULL Erase ON and for Format Size Adjustment OFF. (It doesn't matter if the formatter reports that it can't use the Erase function.) This low-level formatting takes about 10 minutes.

We will get it done! Just being systematic

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Originally Posted by bunanson View Post
That explains.

mmcblk0 is internal
mmcblk1 is external

so, my example will get your internal card on the N810 partition, if successful. Is that what you want to do?

bun
Yes, but when I run sfdisk /dev/mmcblk0p1 -uM I continually get the following:
Checking that no-one is using this disk right now...
BLKRRPART: Invalid argument
OK
Warning: start=1 - this looks like a partition rather than the entire disk. Using fdisk on it is probably meaningless.
(Use the --force option if you really want this)

Suggestions?
Thanks
 
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#29
The partition command is wrong, me bad. It should be

sfdisk /dev/mmcblk0 -uM

The 'p1' is NOT supposed to be there.

bun
 
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#30
I fine-tuned my tablet, threw away some progs that I dont like and made some minor setting changes, and cloned another 4G SD disk by just one command: ./nupgrade.sh wipe. That is the beauty of this, once you did it, the rest use only one command, no more dl, wget etc.

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