Here is the deal. You can go to http://www.idiotusers.com/scovery to get some screen shots, and internals of this machine. I need a hand though... I need to flash the SanDisk unit. Fujitsu and Siemens can't find this unit in their inventory even though it is on their website. I can't get anyone at SanDisk to give me a straight answer, and so I'm asking y'all for your help. What app can I use to re-flash the SanDisk unit?
If I understand your question correctly, you're trying to find out how to re/write data onto the flash disk- that should be pretty straightforward: just treat it like a 16MB IDE drive. unless there's a hardware write protect jumper on it, it should simply retain what you put there.
You know, I had a hard time with this flash disk. It's not a ROM but a fully R/W solid state disk drive. I could fdisk and format no problem but had trouble activating the partition to make it bootable (from MS-DOS that is). I finally made a 16MB bootable partition on another IDE hard drive using FAT16 then used Ghost to clone this drive to the SanDisk. This made a the drive bootable! I like the DOS-ICA metaframe client better, this is why I wanted to use DOS instead of Linux (which has no trouble booting). There are other good uses for an embedded DOS box, which I sometimes find easier to implement than Linux (sorry Linus).
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