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Re: Tek CSA7404/TDS7000 repair project (Upgraded memory/CPU)
« Reply #425 on: September 06, 2019, 08:31:04 pm »
Finally I got my TDS5054. It's mechanically quite badly abused (dropped), but I managed to fix bottom covers. Electrically it's seems to be working nicely (SPC gives OK). I added connector to serial port, but there is only couple character when scope is starting application and there is no c:\vxboot folder. I tried to find some debugging information to this series, but there is very little to found.


I also looked acq board/front end modules (didn't remove covers), there is capasitors to gnd on every modules back side (C325+C332) and instantly I remembered how to modify TDS754->TDS784 500MHz->1GHz bandwidth. Is this similar difference between TDS50**/TDS51** 500/1000MHz...

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Re: Tek CSA7404/TDS7000 repair project (Upgraded memory/CPU)
« Reply #426 on: September 07, 2019, 08:45:10 am »
there is no c:\vxboot folder.

It may be hidden... Check your explorer view options.
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Re: Tek CSA7404/TDS7000 repair project (Upgraded memory/CPU)
« Reply #427 on: September 07, 2019, 09:21:18 am »
Hi, I'm little late, but does anyone have this option stuff saved?

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Quote from: snoopy on 2017-12-24, 15:50:07>Quote from: PrecisionAnalytic on 2017-12-24, 09:06:03>Quote from: dretay on 2017-12-05, 07:19:04
Hey, no idea why the link doesn't work. Happy to send a copy to you if you want to PM me.

I'm not finding either sites up:
https://xdevs.com/guide/tek_key/
https://dev.xdevs.com/projects/rnd/repository/revisions/344cfa743297/raw/Tektronix/TDS7000/

I'd be very thankful for a copy.

Background if you are interested:

I received a few days back a TDS8000B that was stated on eBay as having Power Supply issues where they noted:
"Originally it was working but came back to us with a bad power supply. About once out of 20 times it will power on and light up. Sometimes it turns off by itself while booting. Most times it won't turn on at all then will make faint clicking ticking noise in the right rear of the unit. Screen has some scratching."

I powered on the unit and first time not thinking about having a keyboard plugged in to login and perform more testing as my brain was set to modern day touch screens with keyboards that appear on-screen as factory default.   Powered on no issues, though is slow Windows 2000 Pro for sure.

After plugging in a USB keyboard with a USB to PS2 keyboard adapter, I pressed the power button on the front panel and was having no success with being able to use the keyboard to log in.  I am guessing something to do with USB keyboard drivers is the reason.

Now, after holding the front panel power button for over 7 seconds, the unit powered off.   When I tried to power back on, I heard a mechanical clock ticking sound with nothing happening.  When I switched the power switch on the back of the unit the ticking sound slowly went away and all subsequent attempts to power on have failed with nothing happening.

Before I open the case up... any ideas to consider as I am making a giant leap into working on this system as I am still not yet graduated from a TDS-520 repair/restore... though am moving forward on that and learning a lot. 

Just reading this page topic summary has bridged the programming firmware and electronics components like NVRAM and microcontroller gaps I've had.

Sounds like caps in the power supply or possibly on the motherboard.

Also if you can't get into the bios setup you need to first check your cmos battery on the NLB motherboard and replace it if it is dead. Likewise for the power PC board. If your scope is anything like the experience I had with a TDS7054 then you probably still won't be able to get into the bios setup so you need to boot up in dos on a floppy and run a program like killCMOS to reset your CMOS memory and then you will, beable to get into the bios setup.

http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/killcmos.html

You can create a bootup dos disk from another computer with a floppy using the setup from http://www.allbootdisks.com/download/dos.html

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Re: Tek CSA7404/TDS7000 repair project (Upgraded memory/CPU)
« Reply #428 on: September 07, 2019, 09:30:55 am »
Quote from: Jwalling on Today at 11:45:10>Quote from: OH2LIY on Yesterday at 23:31:04
there is no c:\vxboot folder.

It may be hidden... Check your explorer view options.







Hi, all explorer setting should be in right position to show hidden files/folder. This is TDS5054, should there be \vxboot folder?


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Re: Tek CSA7404/TDS7000 repair project (Upgraded memory/CPU)
« Reply #429 on: September 07, 2019, 07:28:26 pm »
Thank You to Everyone who was/is active on this project! I just activated ab. every possible options to my scope :D

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Re: Tek CSA7404/TDS7000 repair project (Upgraded memory/CPU)
« Reply #430 on: September 07, 2019, 09:54:15 pm »
Thank You to Everyone who was/is active on this project! I just activated ab. every possible options to my scope :D

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Re: Tek CSA7404/TDS7000 repair project (Upgraded memory/CPU)
« Reply #431 on: September 08, 2019, 05:34:15 am »
Hi everybody,

I worked on my problems with the TDS7054 and I hope that I have found a final solution.

As described I get this DIO.exe "illigal operation" failure, so I decided to install fresh Win2K, cause the Win98 Version was installed in 2001. After installation and get all necessary drivers I started the Tek Scope Software 2.5.5. Everything worked, the scope buttons where on screen, the frontpanel worked correct, but there was no waveforms shown on the screen  |O.

In the documents of my scope I found an Win2k updateoffer direct from Tektronix. There was written, to update my TDS7054 the mainboard must be changed  :--

So I conclude:
My Scope has the old BL440ZX PC Mainboard with an Celeron 533 Prozessor on it and with this board it isn't possible to run Win2k and WinXP. If anyone knows a solution to run a newer OS on my scope please describe here!

So deeply disappointed I installed WinME (had no 98 install CD and ME supports USB Sticks) on a newer Harddrive.
After insalling all drivers and the TekScope App at least my Scope work fine whitout the DIO.exe failure.  :phew:

@ Serge: Have you managed get your Scope working?

schersch

Hi schersch and all, I have some new info:
1) It DOES work!
   I mean, I've managed to install win2000 on a BL440ZX. Steps are what someone here already mentioned:
   a) Fresh win2000 install
   b) Install custom drivers (for front end, fonts, etc.)
   c) Replace the standard "Chips and Tech 69000" driver with the one mentioned here
   d) Install 2.5.5 firmware: this is where it got difficult because no matter what I did, it always mentioned that the file was "corrupt" while decompressing the install exe.
      What I did is take the different setup files directly from the temp directory of my previous win98 installation.
      Unfortunately I can't attach them here because it weights around 60MB but if anyone wants to retrieve them you can by starting an installation of the exe on your "regular" PC and when you get the message that "This is not a TDS...etc etc" you simply go to the TEMP directory mentioned in the first step and grab the folders and setup files from it ;)
   e) VoilĂ !   :-+
2) I've installed 512MB and 256MB DIMMS on the mainboard slots but they're topped at 128MB only each. I think this is a BIOS thing: I'll try to find a newer one (are there?) my current version is: 4B4LZ0XA.86A.0007.P04
3) With both slots of RAM occupied with 128MB and a 4200RPM Hitach Travelstar I get a boot time of 2mins 10 secs aprox: not great but not unbearable either.
4) I can't seem to see a difference by installing more than 128MB on the PPC board... does anyone do?
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Re: Tek CSA7404/TDS7000 repair project (Upgraded memory/CPU)
« Reply #432 on: September 08, 2019, 05:48:14 am »
Regarding bullet 2, I found this later BIOS version:
    * 4B4LZ0XA.86A.0012.P05.9911041309
    * CPU BIOS Updates: MU665(03)
    * Intel UNDI, PXE-2.0 (build 074)

    P05-0012:
    * Note: This bios is not compatible with the boot block of P04-0007 or earlier BIOSes.
    * Fixed issue where system would delay before booting Windows NT when using a SCSI drive and not having IDE-HDD before the SCSI Adapter in the boot order.
    * Fixed PMM allocate to consider unallocated memory holes for allocation of new memory.
    * Fixed serial port device node static configuration changes.
    * Added DMI memory structures.
    * Removed Serial Port B setup questions and PnP device node.
    * Fixed Fault Tolerant update of Vital Product Data (VPD)
    * Errata: Recovery via LS-120 not currently supported.

Although the 3rd bullet could be the answer to removing the limit of 128MB I'm not sure if it's compatible (specially because of the "Note" part) does anyone know?
 

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Re: Tek CSA7404/TDS7000 repair project (Upgraded memory/CPU)
« Reply #433 on: September 08, 2019, 08:59:16 am »
You must use double-sided 256MB DIMMs to get to 512MB
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Re: Tek CSA7404/TDS7000 repair project (Upgraded memory/CPU)
« Reply #434 on: September 08, 2019, 10:54:42 am »
I just had a look at a few images I have. There is no \vxboot folder.
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Re: Tek CSA7404/TDS7000 repair project (Upgraded memory/CPU)
« Reply #435 on: September 08, 2019, 12:57:58 pm »
You must use double-sided 256MB DIMMs to get to 512MB
Mmmm, I'm not sure I follow you, I put one DIMM of 512MB and got only 128MB recognised: what BIOS/MOBO you have?
 

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« Reply #436 on: September 08, 2019, 02:19:14 pm »
You must use double-sided 256MB DIMMs to get to 512MB
Mmmm, I'm not sure I follow you, I put one DIMM of 512MB and got only 128MB recognised: what BIOS/MOBO you have?

512MB DIMMs will not work properly at all in the BL440ZX board.
256MB DIMMs will work if they are double sided. IOW, 16 memory chips (8 on each side of the PCB) need to be on a 256MB module for all the memory to be detected. This is a chipset limitation.
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Re: Tek CSA7404/TDS7000 repair project (Upgraded memory/CPU)
« Reply #437 on: September 08, 2019, 11:09:01 pm »
I see, thanks for the information!  ;)
 

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Re: Tek CSA7404/TDS7000 repair project (Upgraded memory/CPU)
« Reply #438 on: September 09, 2019, 12:22:31 am »
I see, thanks for the information!  ;)

No problem. I just noticed that you were discussing BIOS versions for the MB. I would NOT recommend flashing unless the BIOS was released by Tek!!! You might end up with a door-stop.
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Re: Tek CSA7404/TDS7000 repair project (Upgraded memory/CPU)
« Reply #439 on: October 09, 2019, 03:57:53 pm »
I'm not finding either sites up:
https://xdevs.com/guide/tek_key/
https://dev.xdevs.com/projects/rnd/repository/revisions/344cfa743297/raw/Tektronix/TDS7000/

I'd be very thankful for a copy. My email motor242@list.ru
 

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Re: Tek CSA7404/TDS7000 repair project (Upgraded memory/CPU)
« Reply #440 on: October 11, 2019, 01:48:47 am »
I really need help installing touchpad drivers. Windows XP operating system. Thank .
 

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Re: Tek CSA7404/TDS7000 repair project (Upgraded memory/CPU)
« Reply #441 on: October 11, 2019, 03:52:01 am »
Funny I should see this thread, purchased a TDS7254 for a cheap price, just arrived and has no HD.

Any ideas where I might be able to get an image for Win2Kpro embedded for it?

Otherwise this thing is looking OK, at least physically and from the intel side of the equation it seems to function OK.
 

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Re: Tek CSA7404/TDS7000 repair project (Upgraded memory/CPU)
« Reply #442 on: October 11, 2019, 12:01:27 pm »
Wolfy007, Install Windows XP! If you have a 440zx motherboard, there are drivers in this thread. To restore NVRAM, use a natural PC232 that connects to the Console connector. The only thing that did not work out for me was to launch the touch panel. The working version of the Telescope program is 2.5.5. The one on the Tektroniks website version 2.5.3 did not work for me.
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« Reply #443 on: October 11, 2019, 05:42:26 pm »
No problems, will give it a go tomorrow.
 

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« Reply #444 on: October 12, 2019, 04:47:00 pm »
Well so far so good, nearly all up and running (Intel 810 chipset). Just need CPU update and get the ethernet working, and waiting on TCA adapters for final testing.
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Re: Tek CSA7404/TDS7000 repair project (Upgraded memory/CPU)
« Reply #445 on: October 12, 2019, 08:26:35 pm »
Well tore it down to do a closer inspection, clean it a bit (fairly clean already), check caps etc, then I saw the two chips pictured on the acquisition board.

Last date code appears to be mid2002 for this scope, fans run smoothly, caps are looking in good shape and power on diagnostics pass. Voltages look OK, but on extended diagnostic I get a couple errors as shown below.

Appear to be part of triggering on the acquisition board. Dont suppose anyone has a dodgy acquisition board with these two chips still in good shape that they wont mind donating to this project? Or if you know a reliable supplier with stock. Chip required is the Tektronix 156827800 (x2).

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« Reply #446 on: October 13, 2019, 09:17:38 am »
Well tore it down to do a closer inspection, clean it a bit (fairly clean already), check caps etc, then I saw the two chips pictured on the acquisition board.

Last date code appears to be mid2002 for this scope, fans run smoothly, caps are looking in good shape and power on diagnostics pass. Voltages look OK, but on extended diagnostic I get a couple errors as shown below.

Appear to be part of triggering on the acquisition board. Dont suppose anyone has a dodgy acquisition board with these two chips still in good shape that they wont mind donating to this project? Or if you know a reliable supplier with stock. Chip required is the Tektronix 156827800 (x2).

Regards
Nik

Those are the same chips that are on the TDS694C.
https://www.eevblog.com/forum/repair/looking-for-someone-who-can-replaceswap-tek-tds694c-trigger-chips-for-$/
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« Reply #447 on: October 13, 2019, 03:32:06 pm »
Thanks Jay, Ill keep my eyes open for one of those as a spares unit also.

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Re: Tek CSA7404/TDS7000 repair project (Upgraded memory/CPU)
« Reply #448 on: October 20, 2019, 07:10:30 am »
Hello everyone,

Would you help me to Close TDS7254B SPC fail issue or give me some suggestions? However thanks for your help in advance.

The TDS7254B can pass all Diagnostic as attach picture and only fail in SPC calibration,however I check the PowerPC board's debug info via few wires to connect PowerPC debug serial port,however the error info as below when run the SPC calibration instruction,
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  ################### topScript ends ###############################


Done executing startup script c:/vxboot/topscript.hw
KERNEL:  RUNNING TIME SLICED AT 10 TICKS PER SLICE!
-> 0x3814820 (aAcqDpoExecutor): 20OCT19 15:38:45 U
0x1641830 (SPC task): cc_loadV: CC_TRIGdcGain3c was 0; clipped
0x1641830 (SPC task): ** M866CompCalibrator 3c failed -- ...wrote cal constant CC_TRIGdcGain3c to 0.000000, failed
. **
0x1641830 (SPC task): cc_loadV: CC_TRIGdcGain4c was 0; clipped
0x1641830 (SPC task): ** M866CompCalibrator 4c failed -- ...wrote cal constant CC_TRIGdcGain4c to 0.000000, failed
. **

total cal time     3.80 minutes


However I have restore the WINXP system with TEK TDS7KB RestoreCD and reinstall the Tekscope software,but the issue same as before,and "M866CompCalibrator 3c Failed" "M866CompCalibrator 4c failed" the info is very confusion,what is M866? It's Chip IC or software instruction? What is 3c and 4c? it's mean the 3rd channel and 4rd Channel?  |O

 

and Total PowerPC bootinfo as below,

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romPost: I am alive .


uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu


romPost: L2 cache turned on.

romPost: MPC107  Walking-one passed.

romPost: MPC107 configuration passed.

romPost: Intel21555 PCITOPCI bridge configuration passed.


romPost: PERFORMING ROM CHECKSUM TEST...

romPost: ROM checksum passed.


romPost: PERFORMING DRAM CELL TEST...

romPost: Enabling data cache...
romPost: Data cache enabled.
romPost: Enabling instruction cache...
romPost: Instruction cache enabled.

romPost: DRAM Cell test passed.

romPost: PERFORMING DRAM MARCH TEST WITH CACHE OFF...
romPost: Disabling data Cache...
romPost: Data cache disabled.
romPost: Disabling instruction cache...
romPost: Instruction cache disabled.
romPost: Writing address to each *address...
romPost: Reading address from each *address...
romPost: DRAM march test passed...

romPost: PERFORMING DRAM MARCH TEST WITH CACHE ON...

romPost: Enabling data cache...
romPost: Data cache enabled.
romPost: Enabling instruction cache...
romPost: Instruction cache enabled.
romPost: Writing address to each *address...
romPost: Reading address from each *address...
romPost: DRAM march test passed...

romPost: PERFORMING DRAM WALKING-ONE  TEST...

romPost: DRAM Walking-one test passed.

romPost: PERFORMING NV-MEMORY WALKING-ONE  TEST...

romPost: NV-MEMORY Walking-one test passed.
romPost: Disabling data Cache...
romPost: Data cache disabled.
romPost: Disabling instruction cache...
romPost: Instruction cache disabled.
romPost: Enabling instruction cache...
romPost: Instruction cache enabled.


romPost: POWER-UP DIAGNOSTIC COMPLETE.

Hel










                            VxWorks System Boot


Copyright 1984-1996  Wind River Systems, Inc.





CPU: Tektronix HPP - IBM 750CXe
Version: 5.3.1
BSP version: 2.0.1.10
Creation date: Sep 30 2003, 07:53:07




Press any key to stop auto-boot...
 0
auto-booting...


boot device          : sm
processor number     : 0
file name            : c:/vxboot/vxWorks.st
inet on backplane (b): 192.168.0.1:ffffff00
host inet (h)        : 192.168.0.2
gateway inet (g)     : 192.168.0.1
flags (f)            : 0x1008
target name (tn)     : tds7000
startup script (s)   : c:/vxboot/topscript.hw

Initializing backplane net with anchor at 0x1e80000... done.
Backplane anchor at 0x1e80000... Attaching network interface sm0... done
done.
Attaching networPC1 dio device driver installed
k interface lo0... done.
Attaching DIO client... done.
Loading c:/vxboot/vxWorks.st...1773468
Starting at 0x200000...

Host Name: bootHost
User: target
Initializing backplane net with anchor at 0x16e0000... done.
Backplane anchor at 0x16e0000... Attaching network interface sm0... done
done.
PC1 dio device driver installed
Attaching network interface lo0... done.

Adding 6034 symbols for standalone.
 

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 ]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]]       Copyright Wind River Systems, Inc., 1984-1997

                               CPU: Tektronix HPP - IBM 750CXe.  Processor #0.
                              Memory Size: 0x2000000.  BSP version 2.0.1.10.
                             WDB: Ready.

done
KERNEL: THERMAL CONTROL INITIATED
Executing startup script c:/vxboot/topscript.hw ...
dbFsIoctl: invalid code 3
    ################### topScript starts ###############################

 
 

     cd "dbfs:c:/vxBoot"
value = 0 = 0x0

   
    pDbDev = ramDevCreate(0, 512, 1152, 1152, 0)
new symbol "pDbDev" added to symbol table.
pDbDev = 0x1692d40: value = 23670112 = 0x1692d60 = pDbDev + 0x20
    pDBfs  = dosFsMkfs("/db", pDbDev)
new symbol "pDBfs" added to symbol table.
pDBfs = 0x1691720: value = 23669856 = 0x1692c60


    ld < TekScope.o
value = 23657440 = 0x168fbe0
    ld < TekScopeSM.o
value = 23660544 = 0x1690800
    copy ("TekScope.DBF", "/db/TekScope.DBF")
value = 0 = 0x0

   

    loggerInit


Serial No: B020790

value = 21822832 = 0x14cfd70

   

    overrideFPdefaults()
value = 0 = 0x0

    measurePPCtimebase
value = 0 = 0x0


    registerMemPartitionSizes ( 0x00000000 )
value = 0 = 0x0

    semInitForQueueCheckLogMsg
value = 23661184 = 0x1690a80

    initSysWaiter()
value = 0 = 0x0

   
   
   
    raxInit
value = 0 = 0x0
    paiInit
done
value = 16129500 = 0xf61ddc = PaiBaseRegisterTable + 0x804



    configureACL
SUCCESS
value = 0 = 0x0
   


    verifyAcqBoardID
value = 0 = 0x0





     tcsLoadTableToNVRAM "pc:c:/vxBoot/setup.tcs"
value = 0 = 0x0
     updateAcqProcFirmware("dbfs:c:/vxBoot/acqProc.hex")
0x16987e0 (tShell): AVR FLASH contents match file dbfs:c:/vxBoot/acqProc.hex - no programming needed.
logTask: 1 log messages lost.
value = 1 = 0x1
     cd "pc:"
value = 0 = 0x0

    raxInitializeDevices
done
0x16987e0 (tShell): (Re)starting Acq Processor
value = 23692720 = 0x16985b0
   
    excHookAdd(stopStressForException)
value = 15840048 = 0xf1b330 = stopStressForException
   
   
    dsyInit
value = 0 = 0x0
    dsyWPApplyNextRegs
value = 16110116 = 0xf5d224 = DsyRegisterTable + 0xbd0

   
   





   
    # remove '#' from next line to set powerup scope state to factory default:
    # NvramClearDb = 1
   
    nvram_initFileSys
value = 21793056 = 0x14c8920
   
    TmgrInit("/db")
value = 0 = 0x0
    PhxProxyInit
value = 20333344 = 0x1364320
    rtlInit
value =0 = 0x0


    sysExtMemAddToPool memSysPartId,0x02000000,0x1c000000
value = 0 = 0x0

   
    hwAccount_init
sysEnetAddrGet: 4d:54:5c:c8:c0:64

Scope Model: TDS7254B

value = 0 = 0x0

    GpibInit
value = 502610496 = 0x1df53a40
   
    wfmMemInit(1)
value = 62205664 = 0x3b52ee0
   
    vertInstall
value = 62198148 = 0x3b51184
 
    calConStatus = cc_init(2)
0x16987e0 (tShell): Reading 358 bytes of service cal #1 data from NV[3:0] into 0x3b51000
0x16987e0 (tShell): nvMem_read succeeded
0x16987e0 (tShell): Optical hardware is not present.
calConStatus = 0x127d1dc: value = 0 = 0x0
   
    vertPostCalRestoreInstall
value = 0 = 0x0

    MathMeasCreateTheMathandMeasurementLibraries
value = 62025376 = 0x3b26ea0
    initAcqMapper
0x16987e0 (tShell): initAcqMapper: Enter
value = 0 = 0x0
    trigMapInit
value = 0 = 0x0
    dsyMapInit
value = 0 = 0x0
    mathMapperInit
value = 0 = 0x0
    utilMapInit
value = 62019520 = 0x3b257c0
   
    TmgrHookup
value = 0 = 0x0
    PhxProxyHookup
value = 0 = 0x0
    hookupAcqMapper
value = 19321872 = 0x126d410 = AcqMapperRtlDataList
    MathMeasMapHookup
value = 23692552 = 0x1698508
    dsyMapHookup
value = 23692656 = 0x1698570
    utilMapHookup
value = 23692688 = 0x1698590
   
    rtlHookup
value = 0 = 0x0
    horizMapHookup
value = 23692648 = 0x1698568
    fastFrameMapHookup
value = 23692672 = 0x1698580
    trigMapHookup
value = 23692680 = 0x1698588
    vertMapHookup
value = 23692672 = 0x1698580
    spcMapHookup
value = 23692672 = 0x1698580
    autosetMapHookup
value = 23692712 = 0x16985a8
    timeSyncMapHookup
value = 23692704 = 0x16985a0
    auxTrigMapHookup
value = 23692688 = 0x1698590
    dpoMapHookup
value = 23692680 = 0x1698588
   
   
    TmgrStartup
value = 61194384 = 0x3a5c090
    PhxProxyStartup
value = 61143840 = 0x3a4fb20
    taskDelay(2)
value = 0 = 0x0

    gpibHwInitC
value = 0 = 0x0
    gpibTaskSpawn
value = 61017376 = 0x3a30d20

    gpibIoInit "/dbios/DBIO005","/dbios/DBIO006"   
value = 60967680 = 0x3a24b00

    enablePowerupDiags = 0
enablePowerupDiags = 0x123dbdc: value = 0 = 0x0
 
    runPowerupDiags
done
dipSwitch = 0x0, enablePowerupDiags = 0, puMode=0
CalDiagPowerUpDiagsEnabled = 0
!! SKIPPING POWERUP DIAGNOSTICS !!

<< POWERUP DIAGS FINISHED >>
                 execution time   0 sec>>

Test "351" - Acquisition-->HFStep-->PhaseCal started
                 Test execution time 6.3768 sec
value = 0 = 0x0
 
    rtlStartup
value = 0 = 0x0

    tsComp
value = 0 = 0x0

    paiPrintVersionNumber
Pai version: 4.52
value = 18 = 0x12

 ################### topScript ends ###############################


Done executing startup script c:/vxboot/topscript.hw
KERNEL:  RUNNING TIME SLICED AT 10 TICKS PER SLICE!
-> 0x3814820 (aAcqDpoExecutor): 20OCT19 15:38:45 U
0x1641830 (SPC task): cc_loadV: CC_TRIGdcGain3c was 0; clipped
0x1641830 (SPC task): ** M866CompCalibrator 3c failed -- ...wrote cal constant CC_TRIGdcGain3c to 0.000000, failed
. **
0x1641830 (SPC task): cc_loadV: CC_TRIGdcGain4c was 0; clipped
0x1641830 (SPC task): ** M866CompCalibrator 4c failed -- ...wrote cal constant CC_TRIGdcGain4c to 0.000000, failed
. **

total cal time     3.80 minutes

DIAGNOSTIC EXECUTION begin
Test "111" - Processor-->Memory-->DRAMWalk1 started
                 Test execution time 6.875e-06 sec
Test "112" - Processor-->Memory-->DRAMCell started
                 Test execution time 0.047812 sec
Test "113" - Processor-->Memory-->DRAMMarch started
                 Test execution time 0.014548 sec
Test "121" - Processor-->PCI Bus-->Scan Test started
                 Test execution time 1.7788e-05 sec
Test "211" - RegAccess-->DACs-->Daculator started
                 Test execution time 0.00036913 sec
Test "221" - RegAccess-->Direct R/W-->DEMUX started
                 Test execution time 0.0023205 sec
Test "222" - RegAccess-->Direct R/W-->Dsy started
                 Test execution time 0.00032442 sec
Test "223" - RegAccess-->Direct R/W-->SBTL started
                 Test execution time 0.00013178 sec
Test "224" - RegAccess-->Direct R/W-->SGTL started
                 Test execution time 0.00029986 sec
Test "231" - RegAccess-->IIC-->Pogo_U1 started
                 Test execution time 0.00040611 sec
Test "241" - RegAccess-->PLL-->Serial started
                 Test execution time 9.2548e-05 sec
Test "251" - RegAccess-->Serial-->AtoD started
                 Test execution time 0.00019014 sec
Test "252" - RegAccess-->Serial-->U1093 started
                 Test execution time 2.7115e-05 sec
Test "253" - RegAccess-->Serial-->U1251 started
                 Test execution time 0.00019577 sec
Test "254" - RegAccess-->Serial-->U1500 started
                 Test execution time 0.00027058 sec
Test "311" - Acquisition-->Memory-->MemData started
                 Test execution time 5.0736 sec
Test "312" - Acquisition-->Memory-->MemAddr started
                 Test execution time 4.9452 sec
Test "313" - Acquisition-->Memory-->DataFormat started
                 Test execution time 2.4118 sec
Test "321" - Acquisition-->Acq Modes-->SubSample started
                 Test execution time 5.3287 sec
Test "322" - Acquisition-->Acq Modes-->PeakDetect started
                 Test execution time 39.147 sec
Test "323" - Acquisition-->Acq Modes-->HiRes started
                 Test execution time 5.3411 sec
Test "331" - Acquisition-->Vertical-->50OhmOvld started
                 Test execution time 0.083668 sec
Test "332" - Acquisition-->Vertical-->ADC Connects started
                 Test execution time 7.0864 sec
Test "341" - Acquisition-->Interrupt-->Bit Tests started
                 Test execution time 4.9321 sec
Test "351" - Acquisition-->HFStep-->PhaseCal started
                 Test execution time 5.8304 sec
Test "361" - Acquisition-->PLL-->Clock Freq started
                 Test execution time 0.44611 sec
Test "371" - Acquisition-->MemSpeed-->DemuxA started
                 Test execution time 3.9665 sec
Test "372" - Acquisition-->MemSpeed-->DemuxB started
                 Test execution time 3.9569 sec
Test "373" - Acquisition-->MemSpeed-->DemuxC started
                 Test execution time 3.9557 sec
Test "374" - Acquisition-->MemSpeed-->DemuxD started
                 Test execution time 3.9562 sec
Test "375" - Acquisition-->MemSpeed-->DemuxE started
                 Test execution time 3.9563 sec
Test "376" - Acquisition-->MemSpeed-->DemuxF started
                 Test execution time 3.9579 sec
Test "377" - Acquisition-->MemSpeed-->DemuxG started
                 Test execution time 3.9557 sec
Test "378" - Acquisition-->MemSpeed-->DemuxH started
                 Test execution time 3.9561 sec
Test "411" - Trigger-->Inputs-->Line started
                 Test execution time 0.072346 sec
Test "412" - Trigger-->Inputs-->Ch1 started
                 Test execution time 0.36608 sec
Test "413" - Trigger-->Inputs-->Ch2 started
                 Test execution time 0.35029 sec
Test "414" - Trigger-->Inputs-->Ch3 started
                 Test execution time 0.35027 sec
Test "415" - Trigger-->Inputs-->Ch4 started
                 Test execution time 0.35036 sec
Test "421" - Trigger-->Internals-->TimerA1 started
                 Test execution time 0.10003 sec
Test "422" - Trigger-->Internals-->TimerA2 started
                 Test execution time 0.099752 sec
Test "423" - Trigger-->Internals-->Btrig started
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Test "424" - Trigger-->Internals-->BtrigEvents started
                 Test execution time 0.11884 sec
Test "425" - Trigger-->Internals-->TimeInterp started
                 Test execution time 9.3269e-06 sec
Test "426" - Trigger-->Internals-->Holdoff started
                 Test execution time 0.033352 sec
Test "511" - Misc-->Cal Integrity-->Factory Cal started
                 Test execution time 6.0577e-06 sec
Test "512" - Misc-->Cal Integrity-->SPC (run SPC) started
                 Test execution time 1.8269e-06 sec
Test "521" - Misc-->GPIB-->Interface started
                 Test execution time 0.0005699 sec
DIAGNOSTIC EXECUTION finished in 115.5 sec


« Last Edit: October 20, 2019, 07:32:02 am by snoopy_lei »
 

Offline stan_cool

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  • Country: us
Re: Tek CSA7404/TDS7000 repair project (Upgraded memory/CPU)
« Reply #449 on: October 23, 2019, 09:32:42 pm »
I am trying to repair a 7054 scope that's missing quite a few parts. So If someone has any spares, please let me know. Here's what I am missing:
   - Front keypad panel;
   - Front plastic bezel;
   - Top and bottom aluminum covers;
   - NLX riser board;
   - Front and Rear power distribution boards;
   - cPCI connector board;
   - cooling fans (6pcs on a chassis);
   - front connector cover (black strip below the screen and keypad).
   - DVD with a chassis
   - floppy with a chassis
   - hard drive caddy.
If somebody has this stuff laying around please let me know.
 


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