Subject: Re: a friend is about to leave...
To: None <port-hp300@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Onat Ahmet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/17/1997 07:16:04
>very sad news:
>I have a 345 which worked very well and wanted to upgrade to a 380.
>OK, something went wrong, so I tried the original processor board with the old bootrom without the new oscillator - still dead. what the hell could be happened to my machine ? not even the old configuration works anymore !
>I tried to set the jumper at the RAM banks - nothing, still all LEDs lit...
>what tries the machine to say ?
>something like <I'm dead, forget it> ?
>so please tell me something I didn't think about since i quite liked the old beast...
A very silent machine back in original configuration can mean the CPU
clock is missing. How did you replace the oscillator? If you had to desolder
the old one, you might have loosened one of the vias. It is best to
check the clock pin of the CPU with an oscilloscope, or a logic
probe at least.
No clocks, no CPU...
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