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PROBLEM...please help..scripts not showing up!!!!! sx20is

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PROBLEM...please help..scripts not showing up!!!!! sx20is
« on: 01 / June / 2010, 18:10:40 »
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My camera = sx20is 1.02b

Earlier i had a Sandisk 2GB SD card..i formated it thru card tricks and loaded CHDK with the available working scripts and all works fine.

But now i brought home a Sandisk 8GB SDHC ExtremeIII card and partitioned it with SDM one with 2MB FAT12 and one with the remaining GBs FAT32. I again installed CHDK with the extra working scripts (scripts copy pasted in scripts folder manually).
But when i press ALT+FuncSet to load script from file i only et to see Up dir and no scripts ..which leaved me helpless and am not able to use the additional scripts...please help me if this is a known issue...how do i get the scripts showing upa again so i can select and use them!!??

Shomit

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Offline zeno

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Re: PROBLEM...please help..scripts not showing up!!!!! sx20is
« Reply #1 on: 01 / June / 2010, 18:13:28 »
The CHDK folder and scripts need to be in the big partition. Only DISKBOOT.BIN needs to be in the small one.
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Re: PROBLEM...please help..scripts not showing up!!!!! sx20is
« Reply #2 on: 01 / June / 2010, 18:15:08 »
ooo..ok i will try that right now and update the situation ..thanx for the super quick reply...

Re: PROBLEM...please help..scripts not showing up!!!!! sx20is
« Reply #3 on: 01 / June / 2010, 18:26:38 »
thanks a lot sir..it worked...
I am now just wondering where it is possible to copy the same OSD layout properties from chdk in one card to chdk of another card??!!


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Re: PROBLEM...please help..scripts not showing up!!!!! sx20is
« Reply #4 on: 01 / June / 2010, 22:49:54 »
Yes, just copy the CCHDK.CFG file from the CHDK directory. You could also copy the whole directory if you want your scripts etc as well.
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