Running the Diagnostics

Running the Diagnostics

Use either the TrackPoint III or the cursor movement keys to interact with the tests. When asked for an OK response, press Enter or select the OK button.
  1.  With the computer powered-off, attach any test tools  to the device to be tested.  For example, attach a wrap plug to the serial port on the MultiPort II  or insert  the PC test cards in the PCMCIA slot.
  2.  Power-on the computer.  Press the F1 key any time  while the POST memory count is proceeding.  When the memory test is completed, the Easy-Setup screen screen appears.
  3.  Select Test and press Enter.
  4.  Press Ctrl+A to enter  advanced diagnostics.
  5.  Select Tool to install a  test tool.

     Select the test tool for a device,  and press the spacebar or click button to install  it.  A OK mark appears for the selected device.  Repeat this step to install multiple devices.

    NOTE: A graphic message prompts you to attach the selected test tools.

  6.  Select OK and press Enter  if the selection is correct.
  7.  Select a device and press Enter to start the tests.
  8.  Select Test All to test all devices.
  9.  Select Looptest to loop tests.

     A loop option menu appears in which  you can select a loop test for one or more devices.  Select a device and press the spacebar or click key.  A OK mark appears for the selected device.  Repeat this step to select multiple devices.  Press Enter to start the diagnostics loop.  If no device is selected,  all device tests are looped.

  10.  To exit the loop,  keep pressing Ctrl+Pause until the test exits.  The system emits a beep sound to notify you that the  test program has received the exit interrupt.
  11.  Press Esc to exit the test screen.
  12.  Choose Restart to leave Easy-Setup screen and restart your  system.
  13.  Select OK or press Enter  to confirm the restart.

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