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x68000:soft_power_switch_troubleshooting_and_repair [2012/11/21 00:18]
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x68000:soft_power_switch_troubleshooting_and_repair [2014/08/08 15:47]
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 The problem might be due to a signal that is always stuck Low. The problem might be due to a signal that is always stuck Low.
  
-If you look at the Buffered IO part in the schematics, 3 of these signals are connected to the MFP GPIP port. They can be queried via software and are connected like this :+If you look at the Buffered IO part in the schematics, 3 of these signals are connected to the MFP GPIP port. 
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 +**They can be queried via software and are connected like this :**
  
 |/​RTC_ALARM ​ |GPIP0 ​ | |/​RTC_ALARM ​ |GPIP0 ​ |
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 **A program for testing these signals can be found here :** **A program for testing these signals can be found here :**
  
-[[http://​nfggames.com/​X68000/​Misc/​SoftPower%20Test%20Program/​x68k_pwrtest.zip|X68k Power Test]]+[[http://​nfggames.com/​X68000/​Misc/​Diagnostics/​SoftPower%20Test%20Program/​x68k_pwrtest.zip|X68k Power Test]]
  
 **Execute it more than one time. You should get :** **Execute it more than one time. You should get :**
 
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