[rescue] seemingly dead ultra 10
lionel4287 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 28 15:59:06 CDT 2012
There's a magic key combination that will cause a NVRAM reset on power-up.
Your NVRAM may have gotten corrupt OR was set for some odd config when last
used, a config that may not be valid anymore.
I want to say stop/L1 on power-up until system restarts, then let go.
After NVRAM is reset, the system reboots.
Double-check the key combination, my memory is hazy, it's been a few years.
On Aug 28, 2012, at 4:45 PM, Frank Van Damme <frank.vandamme at gmail.com>
> I have two ultra 10's. They make convincing noises, the keyboard light
> flashes, but there is no screen output. I'm sure I've seen at least
> one of them in a working condition and I'm also pretty sure no excuse
> for stopping to do that occurred to them since.
> ... nvram problem maybe?
> Frank Van Damme
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