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Old May 27th 04, 01:43 AM
NuTCrAcKeR
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did you discover that little bits are falling off your board ?


"MattD.." wrote in message
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Hi all,
Anyone got one of these? If so, an unusual request. Can anyone tell me the
value of R91 (reverse side near regulation section) and C132? R91 will be
printed on the tiny SMD device in the format of three numbers. The cap is
probably just a decoupler, around 1nF but if anyone has a schematic, I'd
appreciate confirmation.
--
MattD..

mattd145 atoneteldotcom



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Old May 27th 04, 02:12 AM
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The backplane boards have the same habit of losing their SMT LEDS ,
very annoying

did you discover that little bits are falling off your board ?


"MattD.." wrote in message
...
Hi all,
Anyone got one of these? If so, an unusual request. Can anyone tell me the
value of R91 (reverse side near regulation section) and C132? R91 will be
printed on the tiny SMD device in the format of three numbers. The cap is
probably just a decoupler, around 1nF but if anyone has a schematic, I'd
appreciate confirmation.
--
MattD..

mattd145 atoneteldotcom



  #3  
Old May 27th 04, 03:04 AM
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I havent run into that yet... strange.

LC

"Sharmon" wrote in message
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The backplane boards have the same habit of losing their SMT LEDS ,
very annoying

did you discover that little bits are falling off your board ?


"MattD.." wrote in message
...
Hi all,
Anyone got one of these? If so, an unusual request. Can anyone tell me

the
value of R91 (reverse side near regulation section) and C132? R91 will

be
printed on the tiny SMD device in the format of three numbers. The cap

is
probably just a decoupler, around 1nF but if anyone has a schematic,

I'd
appreciate confirmation.
--
MattD..

mattd145 atoneteldotcom





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Old May 27th 04, 09:07 PM
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this makes no sense whatsoever...


"MattD.." wrote in message
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On Thursday 27 May 2004 01:43, the murky waters churned and seethed, the
dark weeds parted and the water took on the sinister, shifting visage of
NuTCrAcKeR. The great maw opened and the following was heard:

did you discover that little bits are falling off your board ?


No, LC, I discovered that my PFY has an aim with a PCI card that is akin

to
a British Enfield .303; the ballistic pattern of a tossed brick. You're
sure to catch something electrical, but it's more likely to be an 0603 SMD
than the PCI slot. Now we have a more modern server with dividing plates
and no PFY, I may be able to keep the thing in running order.

I just need the value of the resistor. The cap, as I said, is probably a
decoupler and I can slap a 1n on its location. SMT rework isn't a problem
here, unless we're talking huge BGAs (think i920s) which I don't have the
equipment for.

--
MattD..

mattd145 atoneteldotcom



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Old May 27th 04, 10:04 PM
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"MattD.." wrote in message
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On Thursday 27 May 2004 21:07, the murky waters churned and seethed, the
dark weeds parted and the water took on the sinister, shifting visage of
Nut Cracker. The great maw opened and the following was heard:

this makes no sense whatsoever...


OK, I'm typing slowly so you can understand what I'm saying ;o) (I'm

joking,
BTW. You're obviously not a BOFH fan)

The assistant admin person destroyed these two components by scraping
another PCI card (IIRC it was a NIC) along the back of the RILO board
whilst trying to install it.


Did you make him stand with his nose in the corner?

It makes you wonder what 'team' he is on!


(`._. rr ._.)


Not recommended for assistants to do,
especially when the real sysadmin is watching. No chance of flipping to
page 35 of the excuses calendar and trying the "rodents in the NIC" excuse
for the lack of server. I never had the foresight to save the little grain
of sand from the board, even if I had been able to find it. I did,

however,
save the broken RILO board, and now I'd like to use it. Obviously, I need
to repair it before I can.

Now, let me restate my request: Can anyone with a RILO board with the

above
part number please give me the resistor value for part reference R91 and
save me buying a new RILO board? It will be in the format of three

numbers,
such as 103 for a 10k resistor (the last figure is the multiplier, or
number of zeroes after the significant figures). Some, such as 682 (6k8)
may look like 589 if read upside down, but since a 58000M resistor isn't

in
the E series, I think we'll be pretty safe! WARNING: You may need a
magnifying glass if you don't want to end up with eyesight like mine...
--
MattD..

mattd145 atoneteldotcom




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Old May 27th 04, 11:27 PM
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Its been a long, long, long time since i read any of the BOFH postings ...

completely missed any and all references that would be considered inside
jokes.

LC

"MattD.." wrote in message
...
On Thursday 27 May 2004 21:07, the murky waters churned and seethed, the
dark weeds parted and the water took on the sinister, shifting visage of
Nut Cracker. The great maw opened and the following was heard:

this makes no sense whatsoever...


OK, I'm typing slowly so you can understand what I'm saying ;o) (I'm

joking,
BTW. You're obviously not a BOFH fan)

The assistant admin person destroyed these two components by scraping
another PCI card (IIRC it was a NIC) along the back of the RILO board
whilst trying to install it. Not recommended for assistants to do,
especially when the real sysadmin is watching. No chance of flipping to
page 35 of the excuses calendar and trying the "rodents in the NIC" excuse
for the lack of server. I never had the foresight to save the little grain
of sand from the board, even if I had been able to find it. I did,

however,
save the broken RILO board, and now I'd like to use it. Obviously, I need
to repair it before I can.

Now, let me restate my request: Can anyone with a RILO board with the

above
part number please give me the resistor value for part reference R91 and
save me buying a new RILO board? It will be in the format of three

numbers,
such as 103 for a 10k resistor (the last figure is the multiplier, or
number of zeroes after the significant figures). Some, such as 682 (6k8)
may look like 589 if read upside down, but since a 58000M resistor isn't

in
the E series, I think we'll be pretty safe! WARNING: You may need a
magnifying glass if you don't want to end up with eyesight like mine...
--
MattD..

mattd145 atoneteldotcom



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Old May 27th 04, 11:32 PM
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Unless you have the soldering tools to do this safely, give up now. You can
get an RILOE I board for $19.95 on ebay (no cables and stuff, but you can
still get it).

Mitigate the time and pain-in-the-arse factor.

Is this an RILOE (I, II) ? Is it PCI ? Serial or LAN connection ?

I have 1 I series board, and 1 II series board. I will check on that for you
when i get the chance.

I dont have any of the old-school RIB boards, PCI or EISA that were analog
OOB models.

LC

"MattD.." wrote in message
...
On Thursday 27 May 2004 21:07, the murky waters churned and seethed, the
dark weeds parted and the water took on the sinister, shifting visage of
Nut Cracker. The great maw opened and the following was heard:

this makes no sense whatsoever...


OK, I'm typing slowly so you can understand what I'm saying ;o) (I'm

joking,
BTW. You're obviously not a BOFH fan)

The assistant admin person destroyed these two components by scraping
another PCI card (IIRC it was a NIC) along the back of the RILO board
whilst trying to install it. Not recommended for assistants to do,
especially when the real sysadmin is watching. No chance of flipping to
page 35 of the excuses calendar and trying the "rodents in the NIC" excuse
for the lack of server. I never had the foresight to save the little grain
of sand from the board, even if I had been able to find it. I did,

however,
save the broken RILO board, and now I'd like to use it. Obviously, I need
to repair it before I can.

Now, let me restate my request: Can anyone with a RILO board with the

above
part number please give me the resistor value for part reference R91 and
save me buying a new RILO board? It will be in the format of three

numbers,
such as 103 for a 10k resistor (the last figure is the multiplier, or
number of zeroes after the significant figures). Some, such as 682 (6k8)
may look like 589 if read upside down, but since a 58000M resistor isn't

in
the E series, I think we'll be pretty safe! WARNING: You may need a
magnifying glass if you don't want to end up with eyesight like mine...
--
MattD..

mattd145 atoneteldotcom



  #8  
Old May 28th 04, 02:08 PM
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They are making the boards with these nifty protectors on the back of them
now, that appear to prevent components from being sheared off by the
ignorant masses. Tried to get the thing off ( of the RILOW II board, the
other is in a live machine), with no luck.

I have a scheduled maintenance window this weekend, i aill try to look at
the Series I card then.

Ciao,

- LC

"MattD.." wrote in message
...
On Thursday 27 May 2004 23:32, the murky waters churned and seethed, the
dark weeds parted and the water took on the sinister, shifting visage of
Nut Cracker. The great maw opened and the following was heard:

Unless you have the soldering tools to do this safely, give up now. You
can get an RILOE I board for $19.95 on ebay (no cables and stuff, but

you
can still get it).


Thanks for the advice, which I would probably give if pushed, but my
background as a techie started with electronics, which led to SMT support
and later production engineering before I defected to the real technical
stuff like network cables with AC outlet plugs on them. I think I can just
about manage a couple of passives with simply tweezers and my soldering
station. I won't even need to get the hot air rework station out.

Mitigate the time and pain-in-the-arse factor.


Nah, the board would still bug me even if I got another one. It's broken,
I've found the fault, I could fix it in three minutes (it takes two for

the
soldering station to get up to the correct temperature) and it will save

me
the adrenaline rush of another eBay auction.

Is this an RILOE (I, II) ? Is it PCI ? Serial or LAN connection ?


PCI RILO I, LAN connection with backup PSU (10.5V), keyboard/mouse
pass-through, ATi graphics and virtual power button header. Piccy of the
beast he
http://www.dontneednew.com/store/CBS...?idProduct=371

I have 1 I series board, and 1 II series board. I will check on that for
you when i get the chance.


That would be great! Thanks, LC. The part I'm interested in is around the
center of the board, a little towards the rear on the "back" of the board
(no conventional components). It's around the area of the voltage
regulation section if you'd recognize that a little better.

Thanks for the help.

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MattD..

mattd145 atoneteldotcom



  #9  
Old May 29th 04, 12:12 AM
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you must be English...

LC

"MattD.." wrote in message
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On Friday 28 May 2004 14:08, the murky waters churned and seethed, the

dark
weeds parted and the water took on the sinister, shifting visage of
NuTCrAcKeR. The great maw opened and the following was heard:

They are making the boards with these nifty protectors on the back of

them
now, that appear to prevent components from being sheared off by the
ignorant masses. Tried to get the thing off ( of the RILOW II board, the
other is in a live machine), with no luck.


Hmm, looks like it could be a common problem with Proliants and

pimply-faced
students with the wits of a sausage-roll...

I have a scheduled maintenance window this weekend, i aill try to look

at
the Series I card then.


I'd appreciate that. Thanks.

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MattD..

mattd145 atoneteldotcom



  #10  
Old June 6th 04, 08:06 AM
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You owe me BIG

; )

R91: []301[]
C132: same as C153/C135 (no number, just the beige color.

- LC


"MattD.." wrote in message
...
Hi all,
Anyone got one of these? If so, an unusual request. Can anyone tell me the
value of R91 (reverse side near regulation section) and C132? R91 will be
printed on the tiny SMD device in the format of three numbers. The cap is
probably just a decoupler, around 1nF but if anyone has a schematic, I'd
appreciate confirmation.
--
MattD..

mattd145 atoneteldotcom



 




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