Broken Compatibility With SD Cards?

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Jan 15, 2010
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    Yeah, well I'm pretty sure there is some broken compatibility with the release of M3 Sakura 1.45, I'm using a Lexar 4GB SDHC Card and M3 Real and it seems that M3 Sakura doesn't boot, but TouchPod does, I've tried earlier versions(1.43) and it worked like a charm, so is it possible that with the update, compatibility was broken? Yes I have tried formatting my SD Card on both Windows and Ubuntu...
     
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    Did you try using the SD Formatter program?
     
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    Yup I formatted it too with that, none of it will work, I just downloaded 1.42 Sakura from Filetrip and none of them booted, is it just my sd card possibly? One time M3 Sakura said one of my files were corrupt and I formatted and then it failed to boot Sakura after that incident.
     
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    I think it might just be your SD card.
    I have a Lexar myself and I have never gotten it to work on my M3 Real
     
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    Well it worked before, anyways I may as well get a new 4GB SD card or steal my brothers SanDisk and swap it with mine [​IMG] I don't see why but it worked before.

    P.S With the SD Formatter, I can't use it on Ubuntu, so I used Partition Editor, I don't really have a Windows computer available to me that can run the exe file, I might try tommorow though.
     
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    Alright ^-^
    And i know that, I run Linux Mint on my computer (pretty much the same as Ubuntu)
     
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    There is a bug in the usb mass drivers that affects removable media and mp3 players, it causes them to become corupt after a few uses under ubuntu and some others flavors. Nobody has nailed down a real solution to this issue over at anythingbutipod either.
     
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    So pretty much I should run the Panasonic SD Formatter on a XP pc then try Sakura again and it may work? Because I quite frankly don't care because 4.7c actually has some speed improvements since the last time I used TouchPod [​IMG]
     

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