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Thread: CrossEPG causing crash and re-boot

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    Quote Originally Posted by abu baniaz View Post
    But he is not flashing an Image while running CrossEPG downloader.
    The last crash is on 5.2.045, and looks to me like he's trying to re-flash.

    Code:
    <1002589.308> [GUISkin] warning, skin is missing element autoresize in <class 'Screens.MessageBox.MessageBox'>(Are you sure you want to flash this image:
     openvix-5.3.019.release-vusolo2_usb.zip)<1002589.308>

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    Sorry, missed those posts.

    Maybe he can flash using Grog's script. Link to putty guide in my signature if needed. Or just flash using USB.

    Code:
    wget --no-check-certificate -O install_vix.sh https://www.dropbox.com/s/hc2cdr116lvx3dj/install_vix.sh?dl=1 && bash install_vix.sh

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    Thanks for all of your attempts to help. I'll try a few things out and get back to you.

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    Well, I have a partial solution. I unplugged it
    The problem seems to be something to do with the HDD that thinks it is full. So, having left it unplugged for a bit, I rebooted again and managed to empty the trash using iDreamX.
    That allowed me to update the EPG and everything appears to be back to normal and it works as expected again.
    Don't think this is a solution though. When I have time I will take your collective advice and update to 5.3.
    Thanks for your insta-help.

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