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      /  Pegasos2 @ 866 ??????? [FINALLY SOLVED!!!!]
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Develin 
Re: Pegasos2 @ 866 ???????
Posted on 26-Nov-2010 7:34:21
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@Tuxedo

In the beginning of the release of the Pegasos2, I recall I needed to use following flash update : http://www.bplan-gmbh.de/output.php?PAGE_ID=162&nid=16

Maybe there's a newer one aswell but that's more than I know of.

Dunno if this can solve your problem, it sounds more like it's a stuck PLL but you never know until you tested =)
Compability shall be uneffected, you might want to check the env-variables before you flash the board so you can apply it again so the system boots correct boot file etc.

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      Re: Pegasos2 @ 866 ???????Fogg_8026-Nov-2010 8:17:24
      Re: Pegasos2 @ 866 ???????Chain-Q27-Nov-2010 12:18:48
          Re: Pegasos2 @ 866 ???????Develin27-Nov-2010 12:55:46
      Re: Pegasos2 @ 866 ???????Tuxedo27-Nov-2010 21:42:32
      Re: Pegasos2 @ 866 ???????Tuxedo30-Dec-2010 21:04:27
          Re: Pegasos2 @ 866 ???????Tuxedo10-Jan-2011 13:34:59


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Karlos 
Re: Pegasos2 @ 866 ???????
Posted on 26-Nov-2010 14:22:15
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@Tuxedo

To satisfy my curiosity about something, could you run the following simple program in both OS4 and MorphOS on your machine before you fiddle with any hardware/firmware settings?

See here

The provided executable is for 68K and has been already tested on two different spec A1200's and OS4.1 on a G4 800.

It should take almost exactly 10 seconds to run, so for added validation, check it against a real stopwatch ;)

Hopefully, the reported time in the last line of the output should be 10 seconds, give or take a few hundredths...

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      Re: Pegasos2 @ 866 ???????Tuxedo26-Nov-2010 19:09:59
          Re: Pegasos2 @ 866 ???????Karlos26-Nov-2010 19:38:35
              Re: Pegasos2 @ 866 ???????itix27-Nov-2010 10:38:25
                  Re: Pegasos2 @ 866 ???????Karlos27-Nov-2010 12:04:54
                      Re: Pegasos2 @ 866 ???????itix27-Nov-2010 12:32:01
                          Re: Pegasos2 @ 866 ???????Karlos27-Nov-2010 13:44:42
                              Re: Pegasos2 @ 866 ???????itix27-Nov-2010 15:05:24
                                  Re: Pegasos2 @ 866 ???????Karlos27-Nov-2010 16:12:41
                                      Re: Pegasos2 @ 866 ???????itix27-Nov-2010 17:44:16



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