On Mon, Oct 04, 1999 at 12:42:39PM +0100, Philip Trickett mentioned:
> You might be lucky, there might be a solid state fuse on the board. I
> wouldn't know, but I would have to have a look a BP6 to see if there are any
Really ? Well, feel free to call around some day, and have a poke around.
I'd buy you a drink...a whole fleet of them!
> Even though, leaving the power cable connected is a good idea for AT boards,
> and can be used on ATX boards if the power supply has it's own switch. I
> used to leave the mains cable in as well, until I touched a switch in an AT
> case by mistake with a screwdriver.
At least it wasn't your hand. Mutter. Oh - was the screwdriver sufficently
> For that bad luck, I will send you a complementry disposable anti static
> wrist strap, to make you feel better.
I actually have about ten of them at home, but felt plugging the power
cable in the back was less hassle than rooting around looking for them in
BTW, to try bring it back on topic, any BP6 owners know where to get
monitoring software for it ?
 One day at work I fitted about fifty disks to a disk array. When you
buy anything from Sun, you get a free disposable anti-static thing. So I
had fifty or so :)
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