Roger Fujii <email@example.com>
Raymond Wong <firstname.lastname@example.org>
julius@HTSD.Sertek.COM.TW (Julius Liu)
Daniel Beaudry <Daniel.Beaudry@enter-net.com>
Most of the answers were to put a jumper on J3301, J3320 or others.
The answer that seems to be the clearer is from Julius and it is:
> Just short J3302 pin-3 and pin-4.
My answer to that was:
> Julius Liu wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Just short J3302 pin-3 and pin-4.
> Thank's for answering, but in the doc, J3302 has only pin 1,2 and 3 ! And it's marked as
And from Julius again:
> Yes, there shows only pin 1 2 3 in doc. But you can see four pins on the MB.
> And it works on our system.
> BTW, the part no. of our MB is 501-4559.
THis is my preferred answer. Another good one (I mean, working one) is
> Hi Simon-Bernard
> I worked a way to circumvent this problem. I call it patch 14215.
> In fact read 14 to 15. On the ATX power supply connector that goes from the power supply to the motherboard, I simply attach pin 14 to pin 15.
> Of course this disables any soft power down and the on/off switch in the front of the computer. I really don't care since this computer is meant to be a server.
> This method not only works for Sun Sparc Engine but should work for any ATX motherboard.
> Disclaimer: I'm not responsible if you blow up your shiny new motherboard.
Thank's guys !
-- Simon-Bernard Drolet mailto:Simon-Bernard.Drolet@M3iSystems.QC.CA Unix System Administrator Tel: (450) 928-3386 ext. 2330 M3i Systems Inc. Fax: (450) 442-5076 Longueuil, Quebec, Canada http://www.M3iSystems.QC.CA
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