[rescue] Troubles with an SE card
kevin at mpcf.com
Mon Jun 30 08:07:38 CDT 2003
Indeed, i haven't had a chance to try it out yet but it's just the kind of info i was hoping for.
On Mon, 30 Jun 2003 14:42:09 -0500 (CDT)
"Shawn Wallbridge" <shawn at synack-hosting.com> wrote:
> > Check the LED array on the front of the machine in the lower right
> > corner. There are 7 LEDs, like this:
> > BaseIO X
> > QA X X PCI Expansion
> > QD X X QB
> > QC X X Heart
> > The "BaseIO" and "Heart" LEDs should be lit, no matter what. The "Q"
> > LEDs are XIO presence-detect indicators. When facing the rear of the
> > machine, "A" is the upper-left slot, "B" is the upper-right, "C" is the
> > lower-left, and "D" is the lower-right slot.
> > If the LED corresponding to the card with the SE is not lit, the card
> > isn't even alive enought to talk on the XIO bus, which probably
> > indicates a munged compression connector or a cracked board.
> > Also, make sure you have the SE card installed in slot "A". That's
> > where the Octane expects the primary graphics card to live.
> >  Many thanks to Ben Drago at SGI and Ralf Beyer for an explanation
> > of the status indicators.
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> Thanks! This is going into the "Very Useful info the I may need some day"
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