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system_tools:microsd [2020/02/28 03:04]
muaddib [Tutorial: Preparing the SD card on a Vampire]
system_tools:microsd [2020/03/15 19:54] (current)
muaddib [4) Prepare and run MountLists for the SD card]
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     * Ensure that the ''​FileSystem''​ attribute has been set correctly.     * Ensure that the ''​FileSystem''​ attribute has been set correctly.
     * Repeat this verification for the other partitions in that directory (''​SD1'',​ ''​SD2'',​ etc.).     * Repeat this verification for the other partitions in that directory (''​SD1'',​ ''​SD2'',​ etc.).
-  - Type ''​Copy ALL TO SYS:​Storage/​DOSDrivers/''​ to store the MountLists permanently. +  - Type ''​Copy ALL TO SYS:​Storage/​DOSDrivers/''​ to store the MountLists permanently. ​ After every reboot, you will need to re-mount the SD partitions by running ''​Mount SYS:​Storage/​DOSDrivers/​SD?''​. If you want to mount them automatically during boot, type ''​Copy ALL TO DEVS:​DOSDrivers/''​ while you are still in the ''​T:​SDMount''​ directory.
-  After every reboot, you will need to re-mount the SD partitions by running ''​Mount SYS:​Storage/​DOSDrivers/​SD?''​. If you want to mount them automatically during boot, type ''​Copy ALL TO DEVS:​DOSDrivers/''​ while you are still in the ''​T:​SDMount''​ directory.+
   - Reboot.   - Reboot.
   - If the partitions have not already been formatted, they will appear ''​Uninitialized''​ after mounting them, and you will need to format them.   - If the partitions have not already been formatted, they will appear ''​Uninitialized''​ after mounting them, and you will need to format them.
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