Pandora 1GHz Edition problem


trevormacro

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Hello,


I just receive my Pandora 1GHz edition limited.


I put the battery and I have this screen error during the system booting.








How can i resolve my problem?


Thanks in advance


Regards.
 
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freamon

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This error was also reported here #1 by another user.
 
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trevormacro

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I have a Lexar 128 Gb SDXC but my pandora doesn't show my sd card in first and second slot why?


I have format it with SDformatter 3.1
 
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mcobit

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There really seems to be a problem with the firmwareflashing at the factory...
 
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Lhshenk

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At least you got your battery, I got my 1ghz today no battery in the unit or the holder
 

mcobit

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Doesn't the Pandora officially only support sdhc cards btw?
 

Linux-SWAT

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I think the official SD formatter will use extFAT on big cards like yours.


Better use the gparted live-cd.


Don't forget to leave 32M of free space at the beginning of the card.
 

thatgui

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Doesn't the Pandora officially only support sdhc cards btw?
Yup, but currently available SDXC - Cards do not make use of the SDXC standards exclusive features

I think the official SD formatter will use extFAT on big cards like yours.
exactly


@TS


if you got any other SD-Card that is already formatted with Fat32 you can also get gparted from the repo (http://repo.openpand...gparted-gparted) and put it on that card. After that you can use GParted on your Pandora to reformat the 128GB SD
 
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