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Problem: Flashing Image on SD Card
#1
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Hey everybody,

i hope that someone can help me. I'm new here with Moode but i like it already.  Heart


After couple of hours i have finished my customization and i backed up my SD Card with Acronis True Image because i dont want to loose it.
Now i tried some options with the database and i broke it. But no problem, i've a backup! So i have recovered my backup to the SD Card but now the system doesn't boot.

Can someone help me? It stuck at the following point:
https://imgur.com/EgWX3MV

Thank you for your help Smile
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#2
(11-02-2018, 09:29 AM)Alecks194 Wrote: Hey everybody,

i hope that someone can help me. I'm new here with Moode but i like it already.  Heart


After couple of hours i have finished my customization and i backed up my SD Card with Acronis True Image because i dont want to loose it.
Now i tried some options with the database and i broke it. But no problem, i've a backup! So i have recovered my backup to the SD Card but now the system doesn't boot.

Can someone help me? It stuck at the following point:
https://imgur.com/EgWX3MV

Thank you for your help Smile

@Alecks194

It looks like your RPi successfully loaded the Linux kernel and drivers but didn't load the  root  filesystem containing Raspbian and the moOde application. 

The dmesg output you posted shows the kernel detected that the memory card (mmcblk0) has two partitions p1 and p2, which is good, but there's no "EXT4-fs (mmcblk0p2): mounted filesystem with ordered data mode. Opts: (null)" message indicating the root filesystem was loaded from p2. Without it you're up the creek without a paddle, so to speak.

I don't know Acronis True Image so can't advise on its use but I think you're going to have to start over with a fresh moOde image. Sorry.

Regards,
Kent

PS - it's conceivable that the backup image could still be salvaged but we'd spend more time trying to diagnose it via forum posts that it would take to burn and boot a fresh image.
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#3
Hello Kent,

thanks for your reply. Unfortunately i had to make a new image to fix my issue. But now i backed it up with Win32DiskImager and its works fine. The only thing is that the imagefile is 30 GB, but safety first.

The thread can be closed. Thank you all.
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#4
(11-06-2018, 08:04 AM)Alecks194 Wrote: Hello Kent,

thanks for your reply. Unfortunately i had to make a new image to fix my issue. But now i backed it up with Win32DiskImager and its works fine. The only thing is that the imagefile is 30 GB, but safety first.

Read through this thread, it may help.

http://moodeaudio.org/forum/showthread.php?tid=416
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