Flashing Light Indicators un Simple Front Panels

From: Douglas Quebbeman <dhquebbeman_at_theestopinalgroup.com>
Date: Mon Dec 17 07:57:17 2001

> Possible, of course, but in the case of an Indy, the processor and PSU are
> working, and it gets only as far as the "I think, therefore I am a
> processor; I wonder if I have any memory" test in the PROM, and then
> executes a loop which controls the LED in the PSU if there's no RAM. At
> least, that's what I believe; I've not seen a detailed description of the
> PROM startup. I suppose your problem may be something similar, in that the
> CPU is running but can't do anyting useful because either it's crippled or
> some other part of the system is disfuntional. Does the CPU control the
> power supply LED(s), like it does in an Indy?

Yeah, pretty sure it does...

Interestingly, I remove dthe two 4MB boards last night-
no difference in bahavior. However, there are message
strings in the ROMs dealing with RAM problems...

Received on Mon Dec 17 2001 - 07:57:17 GMT

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