MicroVAX II - TK50 problem

Adrian Graham witchy at binarydinosaurs.co.uk
Sun Mar 13 17:04:01 CST 2005

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> [mailto:cctalk-bounces at classiccmp.org] On Behalf Of Antonio Carlini
> Sent: 12 March 2005 21:12
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> Subject: RE: MicroVAX II - TK50 problem
> Whether you need to cut stuff or not depends on what lives where.
> If you have a board in the following CD slot and you do not 
> remove the jumper or perform the appropriate surgery, then 
> you will be feeding signals to that board which may upset it.
> If the adjacent CD slot is empty, then I don't think you need 
> worry about anything.

This is perhaps why I've not nuked anything else on our test VAXen when I've
been sorting out RA7x disks with an un-modded KDA50. It was only last week
that I discovered I'm supposed to remove the 2 grant 'jumpers' before
installing in a Q22/CD backplane. Fortunately it seems like I've not nuked
the card that was downstream of the KDA50 in this case :)



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