General Preparation (3545)
- Check that the computer is correctly docked (connected)
to the Dock I.
- If possible, make sure that there are no hardware
conflicts settings, such as interrupt levels,
memory address, DMA channel, and I/O address.
- Check that the SCSI ID is set correctly.
- Test and correct any computer problem before you test
it with the Dock I. Use the computer documentation to
resolve any computer problems.
- Test the computer with the external keyboard, external display,
mouse, and parallel and serial device connectors.
(Use the keyboard/mouse
connector to test the external keyboard and mouse.)
If no problems are found, connect the external keyboard,
mouse, parallel and serial devices to the Dock I, then
connect the Dock I to the computer and test it.
- If external devices are attached to the Dock I,
such as an audio amplifier, check the device by referring to the
manual shipped with the device.
- When the release/lock lever is opened with the computer docked
on the Dock I and power is on, a warning is indicated by a warning beep
and a LED message. If either do not work, the problem is in the LED
or the warning system.
- If the user did not bring the computer with
the Dock I when service is needed,
use a computer that works correctly with the Dock I.
- If a beep sounds when the computer is docked to the Dock I,
make sure that the following are correct.
- The release/lock lever is not open.
- The computer is not in suspend mode while docked to the Dock I.
If the beep sounds during normal operation, dock the Dock I
to another computer and do the same operation again.
If the beep sounds, suspect a problem with the Dock I.
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