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  1. #1
    Damian Skeeles
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    I'm starting to get regular 'your P800 is low on storage space' errors
    - which all good P800ers know, lead to a corrupt internal memory and a
    reformat. Basically, it corrupted 10 days ago, so I restored from a
    recent backup - however, I suspect the seed of this problem is still
    in the backup, so that even if I restore it, it'll again just be a
    matter of time before it corrupts again...

    Also - ISTR someone mentioning Tracker2 (which I have) causing these
    problems - is this definitely known?

    Anyway - I assume there's some file corruption going on which is
    eating up this free disc space (I do have a lot of apps, but mostly on
    the 128Mb MemoryStick). Tracker currently reports 400k internal memory
    free. Does anyone know of a problem that effectively does a 'scandisk'
    on the internal memory?


    Damian

    BTW - I had a similar problem on the MS too - copying off,
    reformatting, and copying back on my data took it from 10Mb free to
    100Mb free. Not so easy on the Internal disc due to the system files.

    BBTW - FW vR2F!



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  2. #2
    Max Colombo
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    Re: Corrupting Internal Memory in P800

    GRAN COGLIONE

    VAI A FARE IN CULO


    [email protected] (Damian Skeeles) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > I'm starting to get regular 'your P800 is low on storage space' errors
    > - which all good P800ers know, lead to a corrupt internal memory and a
    > reformat. Basically, it corrupted 10 days ago, so I restored from a
    > recent backup - however, I suspect the seed of this problem is still
    > in the backup, so that even if I restore it, it'll again just be a
    > matter of time before it corrupts again...
    >
    > Also - ISTR someone mentioning Tracker2 (which I have) causing these
    > problems - is this definitely known?
    >
    > Anyway - I assume there's some file corruption going on which is
    > eating up this free disc space (I do have a lot of apps, but mostly on
    > the 128Mb MemoryStick). Tracker currently reports 400k internal memory
    > free. Does anyone know of a problem that effectively does a 'scandisk'
    > on the internal memory?
    >
    >
    > Damian
    >
    > BTW - I had a similar problem on the MS too - copying off,
    > reformatting, and copying back on my data took it from 10Mb free to
    > 100Mb free. Not so easy on the Internal disc due to the system files.
    >
    > BBTW - FW vR2F!




  3. #3
    streetwise
    Guest

    Re: Corrupting Internal Memory in P800

    So you speak Italian, whats ya ****ing point?



    "Max Colombo" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    | GRAN COGLIONE
    |
    | VAI A FARE IN CULO
    |
    |
    | [email protected] (Damian Skeeles) wrote in message
    news:<2c98e651.0403300325[email protected]>...
    | > I'm starting to get regular 'your P800 is low on storage space' errors
    | > - which all good P800ers know, lead to a corrupt internal memory and a
    | > reformat. Basically, it corrupted 10 days ago, so I restored from a
    | > recent backup - however, I suspect the seed of this problem is still
    | > in the backup, so that even if I restore it, it'll again just be a
    | > matter of time before it corrupts again...
    | >
    | > Also - ISTR someone mentioning Tracker2 (which I have) causing these
    | > problems - is this definitely known?
    | >
    | > Anyway - I assume there's some file corruption going on which is
    | > eating up this free disc space (I do have a lot of apps, but mostly on
    | > the 128Mb MemoryStick). Tracker currently reports 400k internal memory
    | > free. Does anyone know of a problem that effectively does a 'scandisk'
    | > on the internal memory?
    | >
    | >
    | > Damian
    | >
    | > BTW - I had a similar problem on the MS too - copying off,
    | > reformatting, and copying back on my data took it from 10Mb free to
    | > 100Mb free. Not so easy on the Internal disc due to the system files.
    | >
    | > BBTW - FW vR2F!




  4. #4
    Max Colombo
    Guest

    Re: Corrupting Internal Memory in P800

    TESTA DI CAZZO
    SE TI PRENDO TI ACCOPPO
    CAGASOTTO DI MERDA!!!



    "streetwise" <I am [email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > So you speak Italian, whats ya ****ing point?
    >
    >
    >
    > "Max Colombo" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > | GRAN COGLIONE
    > |
    > | VAI A FARE IN CULO
    > |
    > |
    > | [email protected] (Damian Skeeles) wrote in message
    > news:<[email protected]>...
    > | > I'm starting to get regular 'your P800 is low on storage space' errors
    > | > - which all good P800ers know, lead to a corrupt internal memory and a
    > | > reformat. Basically, it corrupted 10 days ago, so I restored from a
    > | > recent backup - however, I suspect the seed of this problem is still
    > | > in the backup, so that even if I restore it, it'll again just be a
    > | > matter of time before it corrupts again...
    > | >
    > | > Also - ISTR someone mentioning Tracker2 (which I have) causing these
    > | > problems - is this definitely known?
    > | >
    > | > Anyway - I assume there's some file corruption going on which is
    > | > eating up this free disc space (I do have a lot of apps, but mostly on
    > | > the 128Mb MemoryStick). Tracker currently reports 400k internal memory
    > | > free. Does anyone know of a problem that effectively does a 'scandisk'
    > | > on the internal memory?
    > | >
    > | >
    > | > Damian
    > | >
    > | > BTW - I had a similar problem on the MS too - copying off,
    > | > reformatting, and copying back on my data took it from 10Mb free to
    > | > 100Mb free. Not so easy on the Internal disc due to the system files.
    > | >
    > | > BBTW - FW vR2F!




  5. #5
    Nuke
    Guest

    Re: Corrupting Internal Memory in P800

    Ohhh. Cool Max. You know how to write nasty Italian stuff in caps.
    Now, as the gentlemen said.... What is your freakin point?

    "Max Colombo" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > TESTA DI CAZZO
    > SE TI PRENDO TI ACCOPPO
    > CAGASOTTO DI MERDA!!!
    >
    >
    >
    > "streetwise" <I am [email protected]> wrote in message

    news:<[email protected]>...
    > > So you speak Italian, whats ya ****ing point?
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > > "Max Colombo" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]
    > > | GRAN COGLIONE
    > > |
    > > | VAI A FARE IN CULO
    > > |
    > > |
    > > | [email protected] (Damian Skeeles) wrote in message
    > > news:<[email protected]>...
    > > | > I'm starting to get regular 'your P800 is low on storage space'

    errors
    > > | > - which all good P800ers know, lead to a corrupt internal memory and

    a
    > > | > reformat. Basically, it corrupted 10 days ago, so I restored from a
    > > | > recent backup - however, I suspect the seed of this problem is still
    > > | > in the backup, so that even if I restore it, it'll again just be a
    > > | > matter of time before it corrupts again...
    > > | >
    > > | > Also - ISTR someone mentioning Tracker2 (which I have) causing these
    > > | > problems - is this definitely known?
    > > | >
    > > | > Anyway - I assume there's some file corruption going on which is
    > > | > eating up this free disc space (I do have a lot of apps, but mostly

    on
    > > | > the 128Mb MemoryStick). Tracker currently reports 400k internal

    memory
    > > | > free. Does anyone know of a problem that effectively does a

    'scandisk'
    > > | > on the internal memory?
    > > | >
    > > | >
    > > | > Damian
    > > | >
    > > | > BTW - I had a similar problem on the MS too - copying off,
    > > | > reformatting, and copying back on my data took it from 10Mb free to
    > > | > 100Mb free. Not so easy on the Internal disc due to the system

    files.
    > > | >
    > > | > BBTW - FW vR2F!






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