Thanks darth llamah,
Your help is appreciated.
The thing is I copy the files and rename the kernel, and reset + select afterwards and it does nothing. I've got windows 64 bits perhaps that's the reason why.
On the other hand, I've tried to install dingux but it's even harder because it demands signed drivers and I've tried the unlocker program and many other soft without success.
Signed drivers are not necessary, system should ask if you want to install unsigned drivers- disable User Account Control (UAC) before installing driver
I don't know what else I have to do. Perhaps I should format the system and install windows XP but it doesn't look much like a deal regarding I really don't have any complaints agaisnt Windows 7 that runs pretty smooth on my computer.
1. try running dual boot installer as admin or in XP compatibility mode (but this shouldn't be necessary, I didn't have to do it)
2. as zear
said- SD must have primary partition created- for me Bootice
-boot your dingoo, connect usb cable, close all popups (Disk connected, choose action etc)
-start Bootice, select correct drive and check twice if it's correct
, Dingoo is listed twice as "China Chip PMP USBDISK" (internal flash and SD)
-in Bootice click Parts Manage
, in popup window click ReFormat Usb Disk
and choose USB-HDD mode (single partition)
, then click Next
-wait until process finishes, don't touch any system messages that will pop-up
- system also wants to format the device
-copy zImage and rootfs and have fun