Reflash the "Flash Disk Module" & Reinstall the OS Jun 8, 2008 12:33:50 GMT 7 Quote Select PostDeselect PostLink to PostMemberGive GiftBack to Top Post by stanley on Jun 8, 2008 12:33:50 GMT 7 I would let everybody aware how to reflash the "Flash Disk Module" and Reinstall the image to N52001. open the N5200 case, you can see the VGA port location2. take out the router daughter card 3. solid the VGA header on the motherboard4. install the Linux OS to USB thumb you can found out as follow web site www.pendrivelinux.com , I choose Fedora 95. plug the bootable Fedora 9 USB thumb to the bottom of back panel6. connect the USB Hub on the top and then plug the USB keyboard and Mouse7. power on the N52008. check the BIOS setting, you MUST change the first boot device to USB-HDD for boot up the N5200 through Fedora 99. username : root10. copy the "hda" image file to the Desktop from other USB storage device. Save as the image file of following website www.masterid.de/hda11. check the Flash Disk whether able to write permission, if not you should change that, otherwise you cannot write the image file to there.12. if everything is positive, open the "Terminal" program to entry the command as followthe Terminal path is : Applications->System Tools->Terminalcd /root/Desktopdd if=./hda of=/dev/sda1 bs=1024PS:a. "hda" is image fileb. "sda1" is Flash Disk Module mounted in Fedora 9 device name13. if shown copied xxxxxxkb, you have successful to write the image file to Flash Disk Module14. power off the N520015. take out the USB thumb and power on the N520016. you can through the monitor to see the booting17. use the factory_reset.sh Script and firmware to reinstall the factory default18. CHEERS!!! Ha...Ha.... ;DFinally, I do not know how to insert the image to here, if someone can ask me I will replenishment here.