[nycbug-talk] regular hardware troubleshooting/monitoring

David Rio Deiros driodeiros
Thu Jun 23 13:39:10 EDT 2005

On Thu, Jun 23, 2005 at 11:41:31AM -0400, George Georgalis wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 23, 2005 at 10:56:20AM -0400, Ray wrote:
> >
> >Swapping parts with spare hardware.
> I'm looking for a more efficient test. Basically the motherboard or the
> cpu is toast. if the motherboard is toast, I could put in an extra
> 333Mhz board/cpu and use the nice case for pci sata network storage. If
> the cpu is bad, I'd be happy to drop in a new one. But given the cost
> of a new bare bones system, I'm not interested in the time or expense
> of trial and error. So, the nice case, board, cpu and power-supply is
> basically sidewalk ware because one of the board or cpu is a little
> flaky...
> I don't know any software tools to identify the fault, but I imagine
> they could exist...

What about the software that came with the motherboard? 


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