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    Re: CHDK for the G10 : Beta Release Testing
    « Reply #50 on: 20 / August / 2011, 11:06:17 »
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    What should I do?
    In the very first post of this forum thread, the one where you found your download link <clink here>,   there is a note on the first line with some very good advice.   Take a look at that note,  follow the link posted there and pay particular attention to what is posted on lines 1, 3, 6, & 11.  The information in italics at the start of that posting should be helpful too. 

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    Re: CHDK for the G10 : Beta Release Testing
    « Reply #51 on: 20 / August / 2011, 21:35:28 »
    Just a quick question to the beta testers: When you want to shoot RAW (DNG) in CHDK, the badpixel.bin file is created on the card.
    After this procedure, CHDK will tell you how many bad pixels it has found.

    How many bad pixels do you have?

    Would you please be so kind to post your numbers?
    My count is 8400, and I would like to have a comparison. Thanks.

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    Re: CHDK for the G10 : Beta Release Testing
    « Reply #52 on: 20 / August / 2011, 21:46:49 »
    How many bad pixels do you have?
    I get a different number each time but its around 3000.    Do I win a prize ?

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    Re: CHDK for the G10 : Beta Release Testing
    « Reply #53 on: 20 / August / 2011, 21:55:56 »
    Certainly. You make me jealous ;)


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    Re: CHDK for the G10 : Beta Release Testing
    « Reply #54 on: 20 / August / 2011, 21:59:14 »
    Certainly. You make me jealous ;)
    Across 15M pixels,  the difference is irrelevant.

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    Re: CHDK for the G10 : Beta Release Testing
    « Reply #55 on: 20 / August / 2011, 22:08:08 »
    Yes, probably. But I have two bright pixels next to each other, and none of my RAW editors would remove them automatically. That's quite annoying.

    Did you get my email from 15 minutes ago about g10-104a-BETA-3c?

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    Re: CHDK for the G10 : Beta Release Testing
    « Reply #56 on: 20 / August / 2011, 22:11:08 »
    Did you get my email from 15 minutes ago about g10-104a-BETA-3c?
    Yes - response already sent.

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    Re: CHDK for the G10 : Beta Release Testing
    « Reply #57 on: 21 / August / 2011, 08:34:00 »
    What should I do?
    In the very first post of this forum thread, the one where you found your download link <clink here>,   there is a note on the first line with some very good advice.   Take a look at that note,  follow the link posted there and pay particular attention to what is posted on lines 1, 3, 6, & 11.  The information in italics at the start of that posting should be helpful too.  

    Thanks for your reply, but I'm so amateur and my English is too bad. I don't know what is the "SD Card Lock" booting only? How to active that mode? And how to start CHDK mode? I'm using 4Gb SD Card at Fat32, should I format it to Fat16?

    So sorry again for wasting your time with many stupid questions! :(
    « Last Edit: 21 / August / 2011, 09:06:41 by hanibal »


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    Re: CHDK for the G10 : Beta Release Testing
    « Reply #58 on: 21 / August / 2011, 08:46:59 »
    Hi hanibal,

    I'm also new in the CHDK thing, but maybe I can help.
    I'm on a Mac, so I used SDMinst to prepare the card; if you're on Windows, I suppose this is doing the same thing: http://chdk.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK/Installing_with_Cardtricks
    After doing the two partitions, put the extracted files from the zip on the first partition (the small one), then lock the card with the small lock switch on the card itself.
    Then you're good to go.

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    Re: CHDK for the G10 : Beta Release Testing
    « Reply #59 on: 21 / August / 2011, 09:06:01 »
    Hi hanibal,

    I'm also new in the CHDK thing, but maybe I can help.
    I'm on a Mac, so I used SDMinst to prepare the card; if you're on Windows, I suppose this is doing the same thing: http://chdk.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK/Installing_with_Cardtricks
    After doing the two partitions, put the extracted files from the zip on the first partition (the small one), then lock the card with the small lock switch on the card itself.
    Then you're good to go.

    Many thanks altero!
    I'm using Mac, too. And I will follow your suggestion then show you my result.
    Have a nice day! ^^

     

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