RE: [OT] Symbol PDT6800 Help

2004-03-19 Thread Anthony Youngman
Don't remind me :-)  Our first office computer was a 25/30 (a 300
chassis with a 250 cpu board). Great machine, but the same size as
todays big domestic freezers and that didn't even include the disk
drives ... 116Mb :-)

Cheers,
Wol

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...or the Prime I-1000's/P400's.  Flip switches to set up octal
addresses, twist a dial between fetch and store (?), put your left
foot in, put your left foot out...

Jim

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Sorta makes me think of the booting instructions on a MicroData
Reality.grin

Steve

At 02:53 PM 3/18/04 -0500, you wrote:
Not sure exactly, but I've got some cryptic notes here:
I think it's A+B+D PWR PWR


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RE: [OT] Symbol PDT6800 Help

2004-03-18 Thread Dave Tabor
Not sure exactly, but I've got some cryptic notes here:
I think it's A+B+D PWR PWR  
This will take you through some questions like Software Update, etc.  You'll have to 
answer these as you think appropriate for your needs.

If that doesn't work, I know that CTRL C will bring you to a dos prompt (depending 
on where you are when you do it).  I don't know if it works from all areas of the 
unit's programming. 

You can also force a reboot by holding down 4+5 press PWR wait 3 secs press 
PWR again, then release 4+5.

I don't have a manual in front of me, so I can't double check at this point, but I 
think that the manuals are available on Symbol's website.

Hope this helps.
- Dave

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Does anyone know how to get back to the main configuration menu on a Symbol
PDT6800?  I'm stuck at: 'Terminal cannot associate with AP.  You're out of
range or not configured.'
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RE: [OT] Symbol PDT6800 Help

2004-03-18 Thread Steven M Wagner
Sorta makes me think of the booting instructions on a MicroData Reality.grin

Steve

At 02:53 PM 3/18/04 -0500, you wrote:
Not sure exactly, but I've got some cryptic notes here:
I think it's A+B+D PWR PWR
This will take you through some questions like Software Update, 
etc.  You'll have to answer these as you think appropriate for your needs.

If that doesn't work, I know that CTRL C will bring you to a dos 
prompt (depending on where you are when you do it).  I don't know if it 
works from all areas of the unit's programming.

You can also force a reboot by holding down 4+5 press PWR wait 3 
secs press PWR again, then release 4+5.

I don't have a manual in front of me, so I can't double check at this 
point, but I think that the manuals are available on Symbol's website.

Hope this helps.
- Dave
-Original Message-
Does anyone know how to get back to the main configuration menu on a Symbol
PDT6800?  I'm stuck at: 'Terminal cannot associate with AP.  You're out of
range or not configured.'
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RE: [OT] Symbol PDT6800 Help

2004-03-18 Thread Jefferson, Jim
...or the Prime I-1000's/P400's.  Flip switches to set up octal addresses, twist a 
dial between fetch and store (?), put your left foot in, put your left foot out...

Jim

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Subject:RE: [OT] Symbol PDT6800 Help

Sorta makes me think of the booting instructions on a MicroData Reality.grin

Steve

At 02:53 PM 3/18/04 -0500, you wrote:
Not sure exactly, but I've got some cryptic notes here:
I think it's A+B+D PWR PWR


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