Paladin of the Pegasos
Posts: 1194 from 2012/11/10
From: Manchester, UK/GB
@ Primax -> One thing to note is that if you format a partition to SFS then that is not
the same as the OS4 SFS standard - they are not compatible
as such AFAIK.
So the partition will only be writeable through MorphOS IIRC, but it is the best partition/format structure for MorphOS, and as you only use it for MorphOS booting/system then I would still recommend SFS. So, you can at least then use SFSDoctor to fix any/usually seldom/rare or occasional error you get that needs SFSDoctor to fix it. Quote:
Primax wrote: The lamp is on all the time....but I am not sure if there is really something going on. 5 hours!!
I'd say it's time to give up on salvaging that partition as it was/is, and it's time to re-install it using SFS this time, so at least it is highly likely to be fixed, often by SFS itself if there are any issues from time-to-time - that's just my experience and advice.
No MorphOS systems were hurt during the time it took to write this . . . AFAIK !
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