Re: tek 2712 freezes during startup


Chuck Harris <cfharris@...>
 

It is a normal part of the startup sequence, if the
CMOS RAM's contents is corrupted, which usually means
the lithium cell is bad.

For whatever reason, the 2710. 2711, and 2712, do not
flush the RAM and automatically start over if the RAM
is corrupted. Instead, they give a warning message,
quit start up, and expect you to do the deed.

-Chuck Harris

rodd@globo.com [TekScopes] wrote:

Hi, Does anyone have an idea if the "file system cleanup" is part of the normal startup sequence?
If not, what may be causing this behaviour.
Thanks






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