The Palm LifeDrive famously used a micro hard drive (or MicroDrive) offering an impressive 4GB storage capacity. However, with age, MicroDrives are prone to failure. A faster, more durable alternative is to replace the MicroDrive with a Compact Flash (CF) card.
For replacing working drives, see PowerDrive to backup and restore the current OS on an SD card.
For replacing a dead drive with no backup, you need this rescue boot image.
To use, download and extract the file below and run following commands on your favorite Linux distribution:
dd if=table.sct of=/dev/sdc conv=notrunc
dd if=rom-partition of=/dev/sdc seek=134079 bs=512
sdc with the path to your mounted CF device.)
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