Wed, 10 Apr 2002 08:24:56 -0500
I have a 715/100 that had very similiar symptoms. I have HP-UX on it
then installed debian. After I had the base installed I moved the machine
and in a not so brilliant move added an external cdrom and changed keyboards
and mouse. The system sat there and acted like it was having a very difficult
time coming to terms with the changes. To fix it, swapped out the HIL mouse
that I had switch to with a ps2 three button mouse and took the external
cdrom off the scsi chain. I let it sit for about 20 minute to a half hour
then it decided to boot. I also found that I could not use the on board
video after I had used the addon card. I even disconnect the addon card,
but it made no difference.
On Tue, Apr 09, 2002 at 11:22:07PM -0700, Matt McKenzie wrote:
> I posted a while earlier, but no response has been forthcoming.
> Does anyone have any idea what I can do so solve my problem with an HP
> 715/75, that displays the LEDs 1,2,6 on the front panel at power-up?
> I have an HP monitor with it, and it stays blank.
> The manual, if I'm reading it correctly, says the LEDs mean:
> Internal inconsistency: IODC Entry_Init
> But there is no mention of what this means exactly, or what to do about
> What can I do to resolve this, if possible?
> I would very much like to put Linux on this machine.
> It seems to me hardware questions aren't off-topic... does this just
> mean no one knows how to fix this? Or is it because I have no
> transcript or logs to post (because the monitor is blank I can't see
> Would it be possible to get a serial console working to see anything?
> I am guessing a standard RS232 Null-modem cable would work?
> Also, I have the AUI-10bT ethernet transceiver, but I don't know if it
> has a valid static IP, or if it is trying DHCP lookup.
> Any help would be appreciated.
> 73 de K6LNX
> Matt M.
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