Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Back online

After a couple of months off we're finally back to it...    and I have started with a problem.   The "hard disc" on the BB XM that is a USB flash drive has suddenly started corrupting files when saving.  Thankfully I have a backup of most things (and more are being taken!)   My first thought is to switch to a more traditional external USB laptop hard disc instead of the pen drive, but I don't know if this will help as the drivers would be the same.

The last release of the assembler was affected with VFPLib (the basic source for generating the lookup tables) corrupted within the TBAFS archive.

Hopefully I can figure out what is going on as this is the worst kind of problem to have.  I guess it's just a side-effect of running a development version of an operating system and drivers...

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