johnwallace4 at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Nov 18 13:40:22 CST 2014
Apologies if this is obvious/already covered, but along the same lines as Noel's
"it's probably 'JKDBD0', not "JKDBDO"
it's almost certainly
"JKDBD0 DCF11 AA CPU DIAGNOSTIC" or maybe even "JKDBD0 DCF11-AA CPU DIAGNOSTIC"
"JKDBDO DCFlI AA CPU DIAGNOSTIC".
Of itself, that may not matter much.
However, it may lead elsewhere.
The F11 was [obviously] the 11/23 (and /24) chipset.
Perhaps not so obviously,11/23 boards were available in variants with or without floating point, and (iirc) with or without memory management unit (MMU) (correction welcome). Also, the relevant bits were socketed, hence a particular board today may not match the board (and part number) as originally manufactured. Relevant handbooks etc will contain further details.
I can't remember what's been previously written in this thread, but is it vaguely conceivable that the diagnostic
in question needs a piece of hardware that isn't on the board in question, or is seriously broken on the board in question?
A search for DCF11-AA CPU Diagnostic gets a few hits, including
which contains the delightful line "For more infromation refer to your microfiche library." and some rather more useful stuff too - sounds like you've found this or an equivalent already?
Hope this helps, best of luck.
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