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    Smile How to know SSD is clush?

    For the first time I wright thread .
    My name is Tashiro from Japan yokohama.
    While I version up android 2.1 to 2.2 , I mistook to shut down ,power off,then
    again to try ,but My AC100 will not start up . and can not recovery.

    So,I connect with Ubuntu PC
    and I came to be able to operate nvflash command from Ubuntu 11.04

    but it dose not work well ,

    # nvflash --bl bootloader.bin --go
    # nvflash -r --read 1 1.img
    # nvflash -r --download 1 1.img
    # nvflash -r --getpartitiontable partitiontable.txt
    "USB not found, resume mode " they say after act these command .
    I think SSD may be clush
    How can I make sure to check and how can I repair SSD or change new SSD?

    Please any advice ,and infomation you have,
    please tell me . Thankyou .

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    Hi,I am Taisei Tashiro ,I research and I found SSD are not built in AC100.
    AC100 uses another memory chip .MMCe and I came to think that it is not
    eazy to change the memory chip as SSD .And can I make SDcard or USB memory
    sitick to boot up ubuntu without no hardware like harddisk or SSD,or memory chip built in
    AC 100 .Can I ? If to boot up ,we must use inner somedevice ,may be memory MMCe
    , if I can, boot.ini,boot.img and so on filses are copy to SDcard, USB memory stick.

    Please some information give me .
    Thankyou

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