> On Feb 25, 2018, at 1:39 PM, diane <dianed...@gmail.com> wrote:
> ps - I have a new battery on order as well
> On Sun, Feb 25, 2018 at 3:32 PM, diane <dianed...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for all the suggestions! I am stuck on a couple of things as I can't 
> get the BT mouse to work with it at the moment and won't have a USB mouse 
> until tonight.
> I was able to boot it off my external Panther drive. If I could navigate more 
> items via keyboard I'd be better off. It's indexing at the moment.
> I took a video of the boot process. It's a little fuzzy but these are the 
> things that stand out to me:

This means the internal clock is set to the wrong date/time; and is just 

> disk2s3, major 14, minor 23
> disk2s3: I/O error
> disk2s3: I/O error
> syncing disks... Killing all processes
> continuing
> done
> CPU halted
> AFT_ATA_Sii3112:FT_handleBusReset - ATA bus reset was called, overriding it

This might mean an issue with the internal ATA controller, or it might be a bad 

> Then I get screens of :
> USBF: 77.563 OHCI driver: OHCIRootHubPortPower bit not sticking (0). Retrying 
> (the .563 number differs on each line)
> One line says this (then more of the above and it shuts down)
> USBF: 87.612 AppleUSBHubPort: Port 1 of Hub at 0x3b100000 about to terminate 
> a busy device (Macally iKey)

Hmmm, this might be the root of your problems; I’ve had similarly strange 
behavior from flaky USB devices. Is the keyboard pligged into the 4-port card 
or a mb one? try switching it to the other, and see if the error follows it?

> When I boot off the external FW drive, the USB keyboard is working fine.
> I do have a 4-port USB card in the machine if that seems to be the problem 
> BUT it is working on the Panther drive.

What does Disk Utility on the Panther drive say about the internal drive?

Bruce Johnson
University of Arizona
College of Pharmacy
Information Technology Group

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