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Aieee dying o2

Unread postby cvisors » Wed Oct 10, 2007 5:17 pm

Damn, first it was my o200 that died, now it seems my o2 is deciding it doesn't like it's memory.

Time to get that R8k Indigo2 outta storage, and hope its' all working well.

*sigh*

well the two indies are all good, they never seem to die.

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Re: Aieee dying o2

Unread postby porter » Wed Oct 10, 2007 5:39 pm

cvisors wrote:well the two indies are all good, they never seem to die.


apart from the Dallas chip, you mean?
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Re: Aieee dying o2

Unread postby cvisors » Wed Oct 10, 2007 6:19 pm

porter wrote:
cvisors wrote:well the two indies are all good, they never seem to die.


apart from the Dallas chip, you mean?


well yeah, i was talking more in relation of my two indies :)

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Re: Aieee dying o2

Unread postby zahal » Wed Oct 10, 2007 7:58 pm

Have you diagnosed which component failed? Mobo? CPU module? or was it just a RAM stick?
I have 2 o2's again, been thinking of keeping just one-again, but the thought that a lone o2 might suddenly fail (hopefully not the 400mhz r12ak cpu module!) makes me think keeping a spare one around ain't such a bad idea. The o2 well seems to be drying up on eBay, fewer come up on searches and at higher prices.
I already have a 'flied mobo' which I haven't had time to try to resurect it with the jumper trick thingie....

So your indy power supplies are still ok??
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