Brian, Mike

Might be that the 64M card will work. I found the Audrey I was trying things on had a flakey CF slot. The same (64M) card was able to flash  just fine on another unit. Perhaps the test unit AKA Sunshine (yellow) is a different revisioin or mfg run. Something else to check into The unit did flash with a 32M card .... hmmmmm ......

-Pete

On Wed, 2007-01-31 at 12:31 -0500, Brian G. wrote:
I just want to say thanks!  I've been following this thread, and you
have probably saved me a lot of time.  I'm kind of bummed out though.
I recently bought an Audrey off eBay, and was going to flash it with
Mr Audrey with one of my two 64 MB CF cards and XP.  Now I know I
shouldn't bother, and just try to find a 32 MB card.

By the way, if anyone has a broken Audrey with a good screen they
would be willing to sell cheap, let me know!  That same Audrey I
bought on eBay was damaged in shipping, and the screen is smashed.  I
got most of my money back, and got to keep the unit, but now I need a
screen for it.

Thanks again for the time savings.  If anything, at least I have an
Audrey I can experiment with, and not worry about mis-flashing it.

Brian Gudzevich
WO1VES


On 1/21/07, Pete Flaherty <pjf@cape.com> wrote:
>
>  Mike,
>
>  First off Not all flash cards are created equal. You have a Sandisk 64MB CF
> card .. good... well it used to be in t the windows 2000 days
>  The audrey, will only recognize 32M, but I've used the 64M cards with good
> success (if you have a 16 or 32M card it may be worth a shot)
>
>
>  OK I updated my experiences with flashing on an XP box
>
>  The key is using a 32M CF card. I tried this several times on my 64M card,
> and no go. I put in the 32M card and it worked.
>  I suspect that the other methods (win2000) will work as long as you have a
> 32M falsh card ....
>
>
>  -Pete
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