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SubjectRe: Fw: Re: Elitegroup K7S5A + usb_storage problem
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On Sunday, 7. August 2005 20:08, Alan Stern wrote:
> On Sun, 7 Aug 2005 martin.maurer@email.de wrote:
> > Hi Alan,
> >
> > no. the stick doesn't have a write protection switch.
> > Once when i tried to copy a file to the mp3 player i got a new file there
> > on remount, but it consisted of incorrect data. (so writing seemed to be
> > possible and just went wrong) (in that case the fat seemed to be damaged
> > after i had tried this, so that windows wasn't able to read it correctly
> > any more.
> > (formatting from the mp3 players menu helped)
>
> Well, perhaps the device isn't consistently writing data to the
> correct locations.
>
> > greetings
> > Martin
> >
> > PS: just as an info - i sent a usbmon trace to Pete Zaitcev today, should
> > I send it to you too?
>
> Pete is quite as competent at solving this kind of problem as I am. And
> he knows the ub driver much better, so I'm happy to bow out and let him
> worry about it! :-)
>
> Just out of curiosity, if you plug the player into a Windows system
> without installing any special drivers first, will Windows be able to read
> and write files okay? If it can, a USB packet trace may give Pete a clue
> as to where to look.
as far as i recall i didnt install any special drivers for my win 2k and win
xp systems. (i got this mp3 player quite a while now...)
How would I do such an packet trace ?


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