On 10/06/02 11:21, "Christian Matzerath" <christian.matzerath_at_stormy.tv>
> Thank you Robert, I have moved all notes and names entries to thh internal
> store. Is there any way to test and to repair the possibly damaged card?
Did you try "Doctor" in SBM Utilities? If you're getting high positive error
numbers, like others mention, this is usually a hardware problem and I don't
think there is much you can do to "repair" your card. Those linear Flash RAM
cards are known to have a certain number of write cycles. When they get near
that number, they may start to develop bad sectors. On a PC, those bad
sectors could be removed from the allocation table of the card, so that the
card would appear to be of smaller capacity, but there is no such
functionality built in the Newton OS. When the card starts developing bad
sectors, the Newton cannot use it reliably at all.
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