Question about IBM FRU POWER/RESET CARD 73P6310 Power Supply
(1) My iPod nano 8GB is stuck between the name of the story to be played and the story. I can't turn it off. Reset? If so, how?
(2) I like 1books on CD. So I download Disk 1. I get, say, say 17 tracks. They are listed Track i, Track 2, etc. When I download Disk two, I get.say, 11 tracks. The iPod then reads Track 1, Track 1, Track 2, Track 2. The result, of course is that every 2 or 3 mins, the playback skips from the same track number on disk 1 to the one n disk 2, etc. It seems to me that earlier, the list was 1a, ...11a,,, 1b, ... 10b, etc
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I also have the same problem. I've tried all the above plus some added info. The floppy still works when I swap it with the DVD. Occasionally it works for a short time right after a hard boot but soon after it appears to uninstall. I have searched the net for answers to this problem without success. I tried the registry correction without avail. There has been some online comments that the problem appeared after an auto update from uSoft. I believe the problem is software or firmware related.
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
turn your hold button on
press and hold menu + select (center) buttons at once until the ipod goes off, so it will restart with the ipod logo. if it that is done successful it will work without any problem.
If the problem persists scan the ipod for any viruses.
if that doesnt work you wil have to use itunes to restore it but with this you will loose all your data.
wish you luck
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
SOURCE: R40 Thinkpad CD drive
I also have an IBM R40 with a combo drive that showed the same symptoms. I switched the drive with two another two which I can assure that work 100% correctly, and the same problem happens. First the drive wasn't detected some of the times, or it got randomly "disconnected" while the laptop was on. Nowadays (about 1 year ago), the drive never gets detected, not by the BIOS or by the operating system (Linux, but also tried on Windows), even so, If I don't keep the drive disconnected, when the laptop boots the BIOS hangs for a long time like it was trying to detect the drive, but it doesn't. It turns out that is a system board problem. Hope this helps you on finding the solution. Regards
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
SOURCE: xseries 346 wont boot
You don't say whether or not your os is on the RAID 5 partition. Assuming that it is (for performance reasons, this is not recommended) then you should check to see if you have the option of configuring a separate raid configuration on your raid card (e.g. do you have a card with more then one RAID channel?) If this is so, I would create a separate RAID 1 array and install the OS just on that. Then you can mount the RAID 5 array with your data intact. Once you're up and running, you can remove the old OS partition, as it's no longer needed.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
you will need to add the new drive to your array bbfore it will how up to be formated do this throught the array configuration util
Regards Al "alstech"
Posted on May 26, 2009
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