"volume header corrupt" If you know more than I do, help!
I tried to search for "volume header corrupt" in this Broken TiVos forum and got this:
The following words are either very common, too long, or too short and were not included in your search:
"volume header corrupt"
When I took off the quote marks, it searched for
volume, header, corrupt (i.e., any post with any of those words, apparently)
and returned stuff that gets in way over my head, without necessarily being about what I'm asking about.
Google, of course, returns people asking about it, not offering expanations and solutions.
So I climb to the mountaintop and appeal to the gurus:
When mfsinfo returns "volume header corrupt", is there a somewhat simple explanation of what it means?
Is it talking specifically about one (or more) of the MFS partitions, or just about the other ones, or both, or what?
And just as importantly, is there a fix that might go as far as requiring a hex editor, but not as far as needing an electron microscope to exam the disc surface or 20 years of programming experience?
Thanks for any breadcrumbs you can strew along the trail.
Too busy TiVo wrangling to watch television anymore.