Subject: Re: One question
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Anders Magnusson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/10/1999 17:16:16
> "email@example.com" "Michael Kukat" wrote:
> > You have this nice 4000/300 technical manual. One question: Could you find out
> > if the 4000/300 has a battery-backed realtime-clock (TOY clock, or whatever),
> > and if so, could you give me the base address ? I'll find out the rest, but
> > this clock might be useful. For now on every boot i have to enter the actual
> > date/time :-)
> All VAXen since the MicroVAX II have had some kind of TOY and all *after* the
> MicroVAX II have had NVRAM so they can remember where to boot from etc.! (At
> least I think this is true).
Well, the MicroVAX series normally have some date/month/year clock, except
for example MV3 that has a TODR register instead.
All other VAXen since the beginning of dawn has a TODR clock.