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Thread: Wl-HDD reseted nvram on 1.9.3.7 CR3c

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    Wl-HDD reseted nvram on 1.9.3.7 CR3c

    Just to report something strange:

    I was using rsync over my SSH connection by dropbear. I use port forwarding to transfer from my work desktop to my home wl-hdd.

    This kind of method was working for a few days, but today, during a transfer, the whole connection dropped. The wl-hdd was in fact reseted to default.

    The only difference I can imagine is the fact I reseted the wl-hdd the previous day by pressing the button to set is back again to default, as it can slow to a crawl sometimes for an unknown parameter.

    The router was working fine since then.

    My question is then: can a cpu overhead trigger a factory setting reset? can a process overflow to the nvram settings? Do this bother you, or it should just be considered as an accident?

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    I think this your nvram was corrupted, probably due to a bug of some kind... but it's not related to 1.9.2.7-3c.

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    So if I'm back to default, I don't have to worry anymore until I lauch the faulty task? What is the best way to reset default? Button or web interface? Is it the same result?

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    well, the most right way is doing
    Code:
    erase /dev/mtd/3
    and turning off/on your router.

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