Posted 02 March 2012 - 07:42 PM
During the SD Installer process, I put the rootfs and SD installer.pnd on one SD card using a backup Pandora. The other I used was blank. I'd like to boot from SD with a 64GB card, and perhaps have all my OS/Gaming stuff on that card, my 2nd card is just music/video/photos, and I'd like to keep it that way. I don't want to be caught with my pants down in the future, so am wondering about the safest way to set this up.
Hope I'm not hijacking here. I'm total NOOB with this kinda stuff as I normally booted from NAND, had one SD for PNDs and Gamng, the other SD for music/video/photo. Open to suggestions.
So I think I killed my NAND as I was normally booting from there. I've setup an SD card to boot from, but was wondering how to go about rewriting the NAND while booting from SD card. Can anyone walk me through this, as I've never had to do this before, but am also considering changing my configuration of things to boot from SD card and make the NAND a rescue/backup type of thing. So instructions on how to go about that would be greatly appreciated, I've done some searching but nothing specific I've found.