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Thread: Pangolin- "disk error" when sansa fuze plugged in on startup

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    Pangolin- "disk error" when sansa fuze plugged in on startup

    Hi,

    I have a pangolin v4 with 64-bit jaunty. Is the following a bug?

    When I have my sansa fuze plugged in to the usb before I turn on the computer, when I turn it on, the system76 screen appears and the status bar loads fully and then it goes to a black screen that says
    "
    Disk error
    Press any key to restart
    "
    It then gives a blinking underscore. If I press any key, it returns the exact same error message (instead of restarting). I can restart by using the power button or ctrl-alt-del.

    This is not a big deal since when I remove my sansa on startup everything returns to normal.

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    Re: Pangolin- "disk error" when sansa fuze plugged in on startup

    Quote Originally Posted by PGScooter View Post
    Hi,

    I have a pangolin v4 with 64-bit jaunty. Is the following a bug?

    When I have my sansa fuze plugged in to the usb before I turn on the computer, when I turn it on, the system76 screen appears and the status bar loads fully and then it goes to a black screen that says
    "
    Disk error
    Press any key to restart
    "
    It then gives a blinking underscore. If I press any key, it returns the exact same error message (instead of restarting). I can restart by using the power button or ctrl-alt-del.

    This is not a big deal since when I remove my sansa on startup everything returns to normal.
    I would guess you have the BIOS set to boot from a USB drive first. Be the first thing I checked.

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    Re: Pangolin- "disk error" when sansa fuze plugged in on startup

    +1
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