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Re: load SROM

The SROM is burned into a PROM chip and seated in  the motherboard. If
it were bad, even the first CPU wouldn't come up. It's more likely
that one of your slot Bs is bad or there's something wrong with the
motherboard. Is the failure mode consistent when you swap the
positions of the CPUs? That would tell you if it's the board or not.


On Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 2:28 AM, Rafael Ruiz <gandano@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All!
> I have to alpha slot B processors 667/4 and two UP2000 boards. I only get it
> work with only one processor. When i plug the second processor, system not
> boot, and srom led of second cpu stay on forever.
> I think the problem is srom problem(corrupted) of any processors, and i
> would like to know how i can  to restore it in both processors.
>  Anybody knows how i can to do this?
> Can i to load srom from floppy?
> I can reading srom mini-debugger document.
> Best,
> Rafa


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