[SunRescue] IPX help
knowak at polymail.cpunix.calpoly.edu
Wed Sep 1 23:34:48 CDT 1999
Thanks for the offer. Im pretty sure the simms are good, I just need to know if
they are actually compatible with the IPX, as the packaging said they were..
Gregory Leblanc wrote:
> I don't have a working IPX, but I do have a high quality SIMM tester.
> (don't have a dimm module for it yet) If it comes down to it, I'd be happy
> to run them through the tester for you, although it would have to be after
> this week, since school just started and I've got to install NICs in PCs for
> the rest of the week.
> P.S. I'm in Portland, OR.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Kurt Nowak [mailto:knowak at polymail.cpunix.calpoly.edu]
> > Sent: Wednesday, September 01, 1999 3:34 PM
> > To: Sun Rescue
> > Subject: [SunRescue] IPX help
> > Hello folks,
> > I was wondering if a trustworthy soul can help me... I have now 3 IPX
> > bases that i got from various places, and recently I also purchased 48
> > MB of memory for one of them. The problem is EVERY one of these
> > motherboards fails self test! It comes up with the message right after
> > powering it up:
> > Power-On Self Test FAILED... Replace CPU board.
> > Since every one of these machines is comming up with this
> > same message,
> > im starting to think that perhaps the SIMMs that I bought are bad?
> > Unfortunately I dont have a known working IPX to verify this, so I was
> > wondering if I could send my simms to someone who has a working IPX to
> > test them out. Of course Id pay for all the shipping incurred. Please
> > email me asap! Thanks
> > Sincerly,
> > Kurt Nowak
> > PS.: If anyone out there lives in or near San Diego that
> > would eliminate
> > any need for shipping :)
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