9150 reimage

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  • #6866
    sstecker
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    9150 with 256mb bios 1.15
    using the usb firmware installer
    sandisk cruzer 8gb flash drive

    downloaded v2.2 Build 338 with patches/scripts

    installed onto usb drive

    boot up 9150 and it goes to a grub command prompt..

    any ideas?

    edit: bought 2 of these from ebay, claimed admin password unknown. will a reimage require a pid? didnt expect them to rip stickers off.

    thanks again!

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    ConfGen
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    GRUB boot is fine. What’s happening then?

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    #21151
    sstecker
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    its sitting at a blinking cursor on the command line.

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    ConfGen
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    So, you have started the USB Imager on a PC, plugged in the WSB stick and use USB Imager to put the 9150 image on the stick?
    Then plug in the USB stick to 9150 and boot from it?

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    #21156
    sstecker
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    yes usb has been imaged
    plugged into wyse
    boots off the stick to grub command prompt

    from searching i was expecting to get some kind of menu driven system?

    device does boot to xpe without stick

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    Which USB Imager version did you use? Did you use Imager as administrator? Have you formatted the stick before?

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    #21165
    sstecker
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    using usb firmware tool 1.15 – which i see in the pdf manual doesnt list 9150 as supported

    this is for a 256/256 9150 – which image should i be using? ive been trying 9150SE (U.S./ANZ Builds, 256MB) v2.2 Build 338

    plan is to use these for time clocks with a vb6/odbc (ms sql2005) application

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    Did you use Imager as administrator? Have you formatted the stick before? Have you tried different sticks?

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    #21177
    sstecker
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    seems trick was to run in vista mode (on windows 7). format took a lot longer but it worked on memory stick formatted previously to boot linux. that stick was booting to a grub prompt too until i changed compatibility mode.

    san disk still booted to grub prompt even after changing compatibility mode

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