"Nandroid exited with status 25"

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  1. quadjacks

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    Hmm....that's weird because whenever I always selected "Extract Here" it never extracted the way it was meant to be extracted.....whenever I select "Extract File" it extracts correct...

    I think it might depend on *where* the word "Here" indicates maybe?
     
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    Extract Here would extract files to the directory you are currently choosing the Right Click option.

    Extract Files will give you choice of directory to extract files to.

    Extract To creates folder with same Folder Name as .zip file name, placing contents, which is a folder, within that new folder.
     
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    Oh I know that...I'm just saying that whenever I select "Extract Here" to like my desktop, instead of giving me an extracted folder that has the Boot, Data, System, etc. folders.....it gives me all those folders separate to where I would have to create a new folder and put them all in...

    But if I just select "Extract File" it gives me one folder with all the Boot, System, Data, etc. folders already inside it and ready to go! And then all I gotta do is drag that one folder into my nandroid folder and I'm done
     
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    While downloading my 2.1 rom yesterday I ran into this numerous times..I'm not sure why I would get it but the only way I got rid of it was when I downloaded a .zip file instead of a .rar file..I found that I couldn't extract the .rare file into a form that sprecovery found o be a rom...are you looking to have a 2.1 rom?
     
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    25 means too many folders...
     
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    About time someone found that thread on there own. lol
     
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    Still with the 25

    I'm still getting the exit with status 25. Not sure what to do. I have a .img file, plain and simple, in the nandroid file on my sd card. What do I do? I tried opening the .img in poweriso but I can't do that either. Kinda frustrated.
     
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    You need the files inside a folder in /sdcard/nandroid/ like this:

    /sdcard/nandroid/fileshere

    in the above case your files should be inside the fileshere folder, not within another folder inside fileshere.
     
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    still having issues

    @forkup: Yea I read that everywhere. However the file path is still sd/nandroid/fileshere. In my instance it's sd/nandroid/evilboot8.img. I'm trying to overclock the droid to 800mhz, and possibly higher. I read seemingly all of the forums regarding this and no where is my particular issue answered. I have the .img directly in the nandroid folder on my sd card. Thanks for responding though.