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Wyse 3150 terminal - yellow light

After shutting down the terminal it refuses to start up. The yellow light comes on and goes off again. Then it works and then it doesn't - have ruled out PMS !

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  • Anonymous Oct 01, 2008

    my issue is exactly the same - but with a 9150se - there must be a "quick" fix!

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Does it boot into BIOS if you hold down Delete while powering up the terminal?

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