Resolved: Re: 11/34 sanity check
derschjo at gmail.com
Sun Apr 26 16:49:52 CDT 2015
Yes, I can see how this issue would be in precisely the same class as not having the computer plugged into the wall.
A thousand apologies for wasting so much of your time.
From: "js at cimmeri.com" <js at cimmeri.com>
Sent: 4/26/2015 2:41 PM
To: "General at classiccmp.org" <General at classiccmp.org>; "Discussion at classiccmp.org:On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts" <cctalk at classiccmp.org>
Subject: Re: Resolved: Re: 11/34 sanity check
On 4/26/2015 12:58 PM, Josh Dersch wrote:
>> I've seen this, when the 20 pin cable
>> from M7859 to the console panel
>> is plugged in reversed.
>> Don't trust the marked pin 1 wire:
>> sometimes DEC manufacturing twisted
>> the cables.
>> hope this helps,
> All LEDs "glowing dark"?
> And sure enough, I flipped the cable
> around and things are much happier,
> the front panel is completely
> responsive and the CPU and bus seem to
> be working but I'll need to spend some
> more time with it to test stuff out.
> That'll learn me to trust Pin-1
> markings on DEC stuff :).
> Thanks all for the suggestions, it's
> all been very educational...
> - Josh
J, to save the time of those posting,
it's more or less assumed you've already
tried the obvious things before asking
for help. Otherwise, posters are --
for example -- left having to first
question whether a machine is even
plugged in to the wall or not.
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