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  1. C:\>ipodpatcher -a bootloader - ipodvideo.ipod
  2. ipodpatcher 4.0 with v3.0 bootloaders (v1.0 for 2nd Gen Nano)
  3. (C) Dave Chapman 2006-2009
  4. This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO
  5. warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
  6.  
  7. [INFO] Scanning disk devices...
  8. [INFO] Read XML info (9692 bytes)
  9. [INFO] Ipod found - Video (aka 5th Generation) ("winpod") - disk device 1
  10. Usage: ipodpatcher --scan
  11. or ipodpatcher [DISKNO] [action]
  12.  
  13. Where [action] is one of the following options:
  14. --install
  15. -l, --list
  16. -r, --read-partition bootpartition.bin
  17. -w, --write-partition bootpartition.bin
  18. -rf, --read-firmware filename.ipod[x]
  19. -rfb, --read-firmware-bin filename.bin
  20. -wf, --write-firmware filename.ipod[x]
  21. -wfb, --write-firmware-bin filename.bin
  22. -we, --write-embedded
  23. -a, --add-bootloader filename.ipod[x]
  24. -ab, --add-bootloader-bin filename.bin
  25. -d, --delete-bootloader
  26. -f, --format
  27. -c, --convert
  28. --read-aupd filename.bin
  29. --write-aupd filename.bin
  30. -x --dump-xml filename.xml
  31.  
  32. The .ipodx extension is used for encrypted images for the 2nd Gen Nano.
  33.  
  34. DISKNO is the number (e.g. 2) Windows has assigned to your ipod's hard disk.
  35. The first hard disk in your computer (i.e. C:\) will be disk 0, the next disk
  36. will be disk 1 etc. ipodpatcher will refuse to access a disk unless it
  37. can identify it as being an ipod.
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