sun model 47. code 4/40 does it have the nvram with battery?
aperry at snowmoose.com
Sat Dec 1 21:04:00 CST 2018
Well, as I said, in my experience, the NVRAMs that you can buy new from
Mouser work good enough. And the mod to the original battery isn't that
hard to make.
In my experience with IPCs, the bigger problem is the power supplies. If
the PS on the IPC that you have now doesn't need to be re'capped now, it
will need it soon. After that will likely be the HDD that needs work.
Almost all of my HDDs that originally shipped with lunchbox systems up
to the 424 meg (ST1480N) have died. The price for working 50-pin SCSI
HDDs are at a point that SD2SCSI parts make more sense (unless you want
to exhibit them as they originally ran).
On 12/1/18 6:55 PM, ED SHARPE wrote:
> It may become a static display.....
> In a message dated 12/1/2018 7:53:44 PM US Mountain Standard Time,
> cctalk at classiccmp.org writes:
> A 4/40 is a SPARCstation IPC. It used a M48T02 NVRAM for the IDPROM.
> Yes, one with the dreaded battery.
> On 12/1/18 5:04 PM, Ed via cctalk wrote:
> > we were given this and a hard dribe a floor standimg decwriter.....
> does this use NV ram with dreaded battery? thanks,ed
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