Subject: Re: NMI Interrupt? How rude!
To: Erik E. Fair <>
From: Scott J. Ellentuch <>
List: port-sun3
Date: 09/09/1995 21:31:27
In Erik E. Fair's own words (And I ">_") :
> The other thing you could do is to attach some terminal (or PC with
> terminal emulator) to ttya in 8N1 9600 baud, and turn the machine on with
> the "DIAG/NORM" switch in DIAG position.
	The machine name is "ichabod" since it is "headless".  I do,
however, have a Wyse terminal in Serial A and *ALWAYS* keep the switch
on DIAG.
> I did this just last night after suffering some problems after adding
> another 4MB of RAM to one of my Sun 3/60's and was rewarded with:
> Parity Test
> Memory Size = 0x0000000C Megabytes
> Memory Test (Testing 0x0000000C MBytes)   Testing.
>  Err 11: Parity Error at address 0x00A11120
>  Exp 0x2C5A5A97, Obs 0x2C5A5A9F, Module 0x00000008
> Which pretty much means that one of them thar SIMMs is bad.
	I got that when I seemed to mix the 2 sets of chips I had. I
put all 1 set in the 4M slot and the other in the other 4M slot and
that stopped.  HOWEVER, Memory boots fine, but I get the NMI error after a
> Of course, please don't let me dissuade you from writing code for the
> kernel to handle NMI's properly if that is your wont.
	Not me amigo!!!!


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