SD boot questions

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  1. mmar141

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    I finally got CM7 Stable running how I wanted it on my sd card. While I'm extremely pleased with the result, in case I want to go back to my stock nook (to read magazines on the fly) is there any way I can bypass the SD card WITHOUT removing the SD card?
     
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    no the NC is set to run first and foremost on whatever bootable sd card is in the sd slot. So if you have a bootable CM7 card in the NC when you boot it up thats what it will begin to run. Your best bet is to just buy another sd card and use that one specifically for the times you use stock nook.
     
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    Is there a walk thorugh for copying CM7 to an SD card, that anyone is aware of ?

    .. do you use win32disk image .. like I did with autonooter ??
     
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    Last time I asked I was referred to this link . CM7 is running quick and stable right off my SD card. As for Win32disk, it worked fine for me. My biggest problem was realizing that my Transcend SD adapter was defective, so I ended up using a Sandisk adapter to burn my micro SD.
     
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