Yay, partial success!

From: Vintage Computer Festival <vcf_at_siconic.com>
Date: Fri Feb 18 18:02:24 2005

On Fri, 18 Feb 2005, Paul Koning wrote:

> >>>>> "Vintage" == Vintage Computer Festival <vcf_at_siconic.com> writes:
> Vintage> On Fri, 18 Feb 2005, Gordon JC Pearce wrote:
> >> No, because D2 means the microcode isn't running. It turns out
> >> that all the information on the net and in the KDJ11-A manual is
> >> *wrong*. D3 means there is a memory fault, D4 means there is an
> >> SLU fault. My 512kw board is broken. I only have 32kw to play
> >> with, but it's enough to boot RT-11!
> Vintage> Are you sure? It sounds like you against the world, and
> Vintage> generally speaking, the world usually wins ;)
> RT (at least the older releases, for example RT SJ V2) will run just
> fine in 8 kwords... So Gordon has plenty of memory to play with.

But I'm talking about the LED. He's convinced that the DEC manual is
wrong with regards to the D3 LED, which I find a little hard to swallow.

It would be great if there was a simple memory test he could poke in
through ODT to test the memory and see if it does crap out above 32K.

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