04-03-2011 12:53 AM
Im holding a very old HP-UX machine (B.10.20).
When Im tring to power up it nothing happens and I receive the following indications (on the small screen's machine):
FLT 7830: DIMM
replace DIMM 00
FLT 7891: DIMM
dup entry in PDT
The machine could not up.
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04-03-2011 04:19 AM
I have noticed that a massege regarding lvol1 said that lvol1 is not found...
I will try to reboot the system into a single mode and run fsck.
Meanwhile the machine little screen says:
TST 3000: SYS BD
ROM checksum tst
and the machine confuses to react...
04-04-2011 12:18 AM
From the document:
"The B2000 workstations supports 128
Mbyte, 256 Mbyte and 512 Mbyte DIMM cards."
You should be able to get from any local computer store a compatible memory (should be very cheap, around 5 USD/pcs).
Best regards from Romania,
04-04-2011 12:30 AM
>ROM checksum tst
Maybe your CMOS battery is dead... The problem is that (according to the document: http://bizsupport2.austin.hp.com/bc/docs/support/S
"The battery in the B2000 workstation is contained within the real time clock module"
So the module must be changed entirely.
04-04-2011 12:41 AM
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04-07-2011 04:00 AM
>ROM checksum tst
This message reads out as:
"Monarch CPU 0 is testing the boot ROM integrity"
It means that it is something wrong with the boot ROM (?Hardware?).
I searched on the HP's FTP about ROM updates but it seems that this workstation does not have anymore any support files attached.
Maybe someone from HP can help you. Does not hurt to send an email.
04-09-2011 09:35 PM
> Does this occur each time you try to boot or do you not get to the console?
Some times, I couldn't understand how, the system did come up.
This message (thelvol1 said that lvol1 is not found) comes when the os is up.