RK07 questions - now RK611 questions
ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk
Thu Jan 26 06:46:03 CST 2006
> Except it often isn't, for me, as in my example of the cg6. I don't
> have the equipment - nor skill to substitute for the lack of it - to
> replace, say, the Bt458 on a cg6. Nor do I have spare Bt458s, except
I assume this isa RAMDAC. Ins't it just a normal PGA package, not that
hard to replace?
> on other cg6s. But I do have plenty of inract cg6s.
This brings up another point. If you do component-level repair, then a
single replacement board might act as donor to repair more than one
machine (if the faults are different in the 2 defective machines). Or of
course you might be able to get the right part from a totally differnt
machine (at least one of my S100 RAM boards was fixed with a delay line
raided from a no-name PC/AT motherboard..)
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