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the sales pitch this adapter enables you to take out all moving parts from your current 1G, 2G, 3G or 4G i Pod. The adapter (and thereby your i Pod) will be able to hold Compact Flashcards up to 128GB with this. Upgrading your current i Pod is just better than just to go out and buy a new one…^_^ If you’re willing to buy such an adapter as the perfect upgrade for your 1G, 2G, 3G or 4G ‘normal’ i Pod, leave your mail-address and I will only send you one email once I’ve got all the details pinned down.As mentioned in the Message from Mark's family this site has been made static.This means that it will be no longer possible to comment on his ideas and projects, but that we all can continue to cherish his creativity.Windows has only initially started to load when the BOOTMGR error message appears.BOOTMGR issues apply to Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, and Windows Vista operating systems only. The equivalent function in Windows XP is NTLDR, which produces the NTLDR is Missing error when there's a similar problem.If not you're interested in fixing this BOOTMGR problem yourself, see How Do I Get My Computer Fixed?
There are few ways that the "BOOTMGR is missing" error may show up on your computer, with the first error I have listed being the most common: The "BOOTMGR is missing" error displays shortly after the computer is turned on, immediately after the Power On Self Test (POST) is complete.See Get More Help for information about contacting me on social networks or via email, posting on tech support forums, and more.Be sure to let me know what steps you've already taken to resolve the "BOOTMGR is missing" issue.3 April 2007, by mark hoekstra These last few days I’ve been living like a monk. Well, after the success of my former project, turn your i Pod mini into a flash based i Pod, I started thinking “wouldn’t it be great if we could do this to almost any i Pod ever made? I mean, eliminating all moving parts out of our current i Pods would be great, wouldn’t it? The information online about something like this was very scarce, if any, and I couldn’t find a single soul who actually did something like this…So, there I was, (thanks go out to Adam of i for some of the material) with two 4G i Pods (a 40GB photo and a 20GB ‘normal’ 4G), some compact flashcards, up to 16GB, all from Peak Hardware, cards that have proven to be ideal for the i Pod mini upgrade, my kitchentable, my tools and three days to do it in (which became four by the way, and the weather’s been great! *^_^*) Well, in the process of gathering the information for what was needed to pull this off, the tought of making this a how-to became doubtful.