Re: hosed nvram on OldWorld Mac
There is probably a couple of things I left out of my email,
too. First, I assume all risk when f*&^%ing around with my
machine like this, so I'm not trying to hammer on anyone,
but I do appreciate help and info people can offer!
Together is how progress is made, at the end of the day. I
got this machine so that I could have a quicker machine to
do boot floppy and install doc development on, after all.
No, I'm getting no output on the monitor.
Yes, I did run quik beforehand. But I can check my .conf
file again when I am in front of the machine and make sure
that it is right. I still have the other machine, so
whatever I can do on that, like run quik, I will.
I'll try the reset thing and check the quik.conf on Monday.
Rick Cook wrote:
> On Sat, 03 Feb 2001 02:19:49 Andrew Sharp wrote:
> > Well, I did the nvsetenv settings listed here on a 7600 I
> > just aquired, and now my machine is hosed! ~:^( It won't
> > boot at all, not from floppy, disk or anything. I don't
> > suppose there is a way to set the nvram to some defaults or
> > something. Damnit. I guess this is an old world mac, so
> > holding down cmd-opt-O-F doesn't seem to do anything, before
> > the catastrophe or after.
> cmd-opt-p-r does a PRAM reset. This gives you back the /AAPL,ROM
> boot-device and all the "normal" MacOS boot methods.
> The nvsetenv man page implies that you have chaos/control video
> also. Do you get anything output to your console?
> Also, my list of steps did not include running "quik". Did you do
> that? My quik.conf looks like:
> I should have put these two hints in my previous message.
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