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No display DS10 running OpenVMS 7.3, it was powered down 3 months ago. On power up no display, no consol output on the serial port. Any ideas would be appreciated?

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Hi sucb Clear nvram and replace memory then checked it will work. there is one black button on system board plz locate it and by pressing it put power on after the display comes update the firmware and bios. pls be free for any assist thanks

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HERE is HP/Compaq's customer support contact information. If the info. and downloads aren't available on the site, customer support should be able to help you.

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