mikus at bga.com
Sun Mar 13 18:34:24 EDT 2011
> The tests have also helped expose other issues with things like sudden
> power off. In one case a SPO during a write would corrupt the card so
> badly it became useless. You could only recover them via a super secret
> tool from the manufacturer.
Is there any "sledgehammer" process available to users without a super
secret tool ?
I've encountered SD cards which will be recognized as a device when
plugged in to a running XO-1 (though 'ls' of a filesystem on that SD
card is corrupt) -- but 'fdisk' is ineffective when I want to write a
new partition table (and 'fsck' appears to loop). Since otherwise I'd
just have to throw the card away, I'd be willing to apply EXTREME
measures to get such a card into a reusable ("blank slate") condition.
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