Subject: Re: Sun Blade 100 dead?



This is it, isn't it? http://cmheong.tripod.com/work/mk48t02.html
I haven't found a chip like this on my motherboard. Where it is?

Mark Morgan Lloyd <[email protected]> írta:
>On 07/04/17 13:18, transmail wrote:
>> I see. And where is that battery exactly? I only see the standard CR2032. Is
>> it that big green/black box near the CPU fan's power supply connector?
>
>On the top of the chip. I /did/ say "Timekeeper RAM ... onboard
>battery". Unfortunately it's one of those architecture-specific things
>one has to know about, see http://obsolyte.com/sunFAQ/faq_nvram.html
>
><rant> Any half-decent system designer provides a way to shut the clock
>down on one of these chips, at which point the battery lasts more or
>less indefinitely. I certainly did when I was putting them into custom
>hardware. </rant>
>
>--
>Mark Morgan Lloyd
>markMLl .AT. telemetry.co .DOT. uk
>
>[Opinions above are the author's, not those of his employers or colleagues]
>
>

...



Programming list archiving by: Enterprise Git Hosting