Re: Dead I/O Board?

From: Dr. Helmut Post <helmut_post_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Thu, 09 Jun 2005 11:51:10 +0200

Hi Clinton,

Error 52 means: Problems with a defective COPS chip on the I/O board. After the total cleaning of all I/O board connectors you should check your COPS chip.

I hope these informations help you a little bit further.

Helmut Post

on 09.06.2005 1:25 Uhr, Clinton Yelvington at cyelvington_at_email.domain.hidden wrote:

> Hey guys,
> I seemed to have fixed my 2/10's jittery video problem, but now I
> have a new issue: When I hooked the KB and mouse back up, and plugged
> it in, it immediately powered up (without me hitting the switch) and
> displayed an I/O board error 52. I read that re-seating the I/O board
> could help but I tried that and no luck. when I hit the interrupt
> switch the Keyboard and Mouse aren't recognized.
> Please help if you can,
> Clinton Yelvington

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