Checking the Installed Devices List (9546, 9547)
Checking the Installed Devices List
If a device is installed but the icon appears in a gray shade rather
than a dark shade on the basic diagnostics screen,
the device is defective. Reseat the device connectors.
If the symptom remains, replace the device or the system board.
If needed, adjust the contrast control to clearly
distinguish the shades of the icon.
If a device that is
not installed appears in a dark shade (for example, FDD-2
appears in a dark shade when no
second FDD is installed), do the following:
- Replace the first
device in the configuration, such as an FDD-1, an HDD-1, or a PCMCIA-1.
- If the problem remains, replace the system board.
The PCMCIA-1, Parallel, and Serial icons
are always displayed in a dark shade because the
icons represent subsystems of the system board and
not the attachment of the devices.
The FDD-1, HDD-1, or PCMCIA-1 icons represent the first
drive in the system configuration for each type of device.
Similarly, the FDD-2 or
PCMCIA-2 icons represent the second drive, usually attached
through a port replicator or an expansion unit.
The HDD-2 icon represents the hard disk drive in the UltraBay.
The HDD-3 and HDD-4 icons
represent the hard disk drive,
attached through an expansion unit.
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