SUMMARY: Enterprise 4500 Claims to be E4000

From: J. Alexander Jacocks <>
Date: Fri Jul 16 2004 - 13:27:24 EDT
Thanks for all the responses!

My problem remains unsolved, but seems most likely to involve the 
centerplane, which I can't replace.

Suggestions that I received:

1) replace the clock board (already done)
2) clock board is wrong part (checked, and correct)
3) too many CPU/memopry boards (not in this case)
4) bad I/O board (fine, checked)
5) bad centerplane (probably the problem)

Thanks, again!
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