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Bricked my kurobox

John Abreau wrote:
> I wiped the partition table by sticking the drive into a usb
> enclosure, checking /var/log/messages to find that it showed up
> as /dev/sdk,  and then
>    dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdk bs=1024 count=1
> I then reassembled the kurobox, but it sill wouldn't boot into
> its flash ROM.

Umm, didn't you wipe too much, unless your box is special?  On a
standard PC the first 446 bytes is the MBR, and the next bytes to 512
are the partition table as far as I know.  You might have b0rked it...
Kristian Hermansen

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