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Why do I get the error: "filesys.exe has performed an illegal operation"?

Why do I get the following "Fatal Application Error" error when using my MobilePro: "Application filesys.exe has performed an illegal operation and will be shut down. If the problem persists contact the program vendor." Clicking on the Ok causes the system to perform a "hard reset".

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This problem may occur if the user allows the batteries to discharge to a state where the MobilePro must shut itself down. This state may cause the system storage memory to become unstable requiring a "hard" reset after the system has been fully charged again. Failure to perform the hard reset may result in data loss at a later time. The user manual states that if you receive a message indicating that the batteries are low, immediately connect the AC adapter to the device. The solution is to perform a "hard" reset after fully charging the internal batteries, and then install the service packs, software updates and user software.

Posted on Sep 14, 2005

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SOURCE: "Fatal Application Error"

This problem may occur if the user allows the batteries to discharge to a state where the MobilePro must shut itself down. This state may cause the system storage memory to become unstable requiring a "hard" reset after the system has been fully charged again. Failure to perform the hard reset may result in data loss at a later time. The user manual states that if you receive a message indicating that the batteries are low, immediately connect the AC adapter to the device. The solution is to perform a "hard" reset after fully charging the internal batteries, and then install the service packs, software updates and user software.

Posted on Sep 14, 2005

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SOURCE: "Fatal Application Error"

This problem may occur if the user allows the batteries to discharge to a state where the MobilePro must shut itself down. This state may cause the system storage memory to become unstable requiring a "hard" reset after the system has been fully charged again. Failure to perform the hard reset may result in data loss at a later time. The user manual states that if you receive a message indicating that the batteries are low, immediately connect the AC adapter to the device. The solution is to perform a "hard" reset after fully charging the internal batteries, and then install the service packs, software updates and user software.

Posted on Sep 14, 2005

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SOURCE: "Fatal Application Error"

This problem may occur if the user allows the batteries to discharge to a state where the MobilePro must shut itself down. This state may cause the system storage memory to become unstable requiring a "hard" reset after the system has been fully charged again. Failure to perform the hard reset may result in data loss at a later time. The user manual states that if you receive a message indicating that the batteries are low, immediately connect the AC adapter to the device. The solution is to perform a "hard" reset after fully charging the internal batteries, and then install the service packs, software updates and user software.

Posted on Sep 14, 2005

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I WAS TRYING TO INSTALL JLIME ON MY MOBILEPRO 900, EVERYTHING WAS DONE AS PER THE DOCUMENTATION AS PER THE WEBSITE. AFTER ALL THE STRESS OF PARITIONING THE FLASH CARD.. I GOT THE FOLLOWING ERROR.. "ROOT=/DEV/HDA2" NOT found kernel Panic VFS cannot mount I dont understand a bit of this error.. i ahve tried all the zImage files on the website.. but still I am getting the same error. I used the Henchman.tar--------( All the versions avaliable on website" Haret.exe as kernel Bootloader file which read as below # boot a kernel with HaRET # # have the kernel zImage and the Haret executable in the same dir as this file # this file if named 'startup.txt' will automatically launch the kernel when you start Haret # # 'set MTYPE 659' is for the NEC MobilePro900c # # in CMDLINE change 'root=' to point to the location of your root filesystem # eg 'root=/dev/hda1' is the first partition on your CF card # and 'root=/dev/hda2' is the second partition # set KERNEL zImage-2.6.23mp900c set MTYPE 659 set CMDLINE "console=tty0 console=ttyS0,115200n8 root=/dev/hda2" bootlinux i have tried mentioning "hda1" , "sda1","sdb1","sdb2" I believe its not the problem with the Henchman file or is it??? I have the following partitions sdb1 as boot flag which is fat-1GB sdb2 which is of ext2-2GB sdb3 as SWAP-1GB i loaded the boot files in the Fat ie the Haret.exe Zimage and startup.txt file in fat system Please help me out in removing this error and getting Jlime installed in My Nec Mobilepro 900.. I used a transend 4GB flash drive

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