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FujiNet device mount error

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I have tried loading disk images off 4 different net sources and none will boot. I keep getting a "mount device error." Any ideas what's wrong?

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(1) make sure the FujiNet device is attached to your computer

(2) restart the flasher

(3) press Serial Debug Output

 

-Thom

 

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I tried and it didn't work. Still nothing to select in the serial port menu.

 

I closed the flasher again, unplugged the FujiNet, plugged it back into a different USB port, right-clicked on the flasher, Ran as Administrator - still nothing to select.

 

That was all with the FujiNet off.

 

I then redid everything but turned the FujiNet on before running the flasher. Still nothing comes up.

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55 minutes ago, IndyJones1023 said:

Still nothing to select in the serial port menu.

Did you install the CP210x drivers from here?

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The debugging information I am asking about is to try and see what you could be doing wrong. 

 

Failing that, Explain the steps you are using to mount an image?

 

-Thom

 

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That is _VERY_ strange. 

Have you tried loading from the local SD card slot?

 

Also, have you checked the [C]onfig screen to see if everything is okay ?

 

-Thom

 

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I was able to load Asteroids from the SD slot.

 

I don't know what to look for in the Config screen. But since I can surf TNFS servers, I am guessing it's on the net, so that shouldn't be the issue.

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