After I have done some sucesfully restoring the machine back to live 2-3 times by writing the disk root image, found on these links ( see below), the machine was booting up ok, recording and power off.
Once I pull the plug, the problem is back again.
The HDD had some bad sectors on the end of the disk, where the bouncing JVC image is stored and some other stuff that I have erased by mistake. I do not know the offset where that info was starting, but was very small and was the only data on that part of the disk ( I used winhex to write the disk0001.bin image at the root of the disk and every time was working)
Please see this:http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/3212 ... ost1990038
I think the 160 GB image is the same in FW for the DR-MH30 HDD image.
If someone can load up the HDD thru USB cable and save with winhex the info at the end of the disk, it can try to restore my hdd from scratch.
I'm starting again my struggle to restore my JVC-DVM70.dvd4me wrote:Any image from the 160 GB HDD from jvc machines?andywilks wrote:Sorry I don't have any working DRMH30 drives to take an image from.
Actually just the last 300 MB on the disc I need. Compressed should be much smaller.
I'm trying to generate the jvc DVM-70 file system, after reloading the initial hdd image on another HDD!
Seems I was on a wrong track, that part of HDD image is not really needed.
There is a software able to rebuild that, is called jvc adviser pro cd.
Well, I'm looking for that piece of software, the jvc adviser pro cd
or the BOOTUP1.BLX file to burn-it on cd. Anybody can help?