Subject: Re: VAX 4000/200 issue resolved!
To: Chuck McManis <>
From: Jon Lindgren <>
List: port-vax
Date: 09/26/2000 05:54:46
On Mon, 25 Sep 2000, Chuck McManis wrote:

> Fascinating, thanks to Pierre-Michel's analysis of his system I was able to 
> ascertain there wasn't anything wrong with my BA440 at all!
> The KA660 CPU brings the DSSI bus out to the C/D connector fingers and the 
> CPU I had in the box was a KA640 which does not. Once I knew what should 



It does?  Does that mean that the C/D connectors on my 4000/200 has DSSI
running down it?  How would that work?  Where would it terminate?

Don't the memory boards use the C/D connectors for additional lines, using
the 50 pin berg for actual data transfer?  How is this possible?

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