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RE: Installing i5 520



fixed

Just don't forget to download & install the latest iSeries Access service 
pack from www.ibm.com/iseries/access after installing from the CD.  :-)

...Neil




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Excellent solution.

Rob Berendt
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Group Dekko Services, LLC

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RE: Installing i5 520

Yes, you have to get it by calling Microsoft Support.  The easier way was 
to take the V5R3 and upgrade the PC to iSeries Access V5R3, when IBM (as 
usual) has managed to code around Microsloth's bugs - so you don't need 
that fix if you install V5R3 on the PC.

...Neil




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RE: Installing i5 520

There's a fix for that SP4 issue.  If you're still interested you can try 
the archives.

Rob Berendt
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Group Dekko Services, LLC


Neil Palmer/DPS <neilp@xxxxxxxxxxx> 
RE: Installing i5 520

Require, NO.  But IF you have machine ordered for Ops console & change 
your mind, or it doesn't work, unlike V5R2 and earlier it WON'T just 
accept a twinax screen and transfer.  We wasted 8 hours because the system 

had Ops Console Specified and customer wanted Twinax, their PC was W98 and 

wouldn't work, my laptop was Win2000 with SP4 which has a problem, and a 
series of other events (like 60,000 SPAM emails at our companies server) 
delayed things a bit more.  :-)

...Neil




"Jeff Crosby" <jlcrosby@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 
RE: Installing i5 520

> Power on the HMC display
> Then power on the HMC itself,
> and lastly power on the system.

Does an i5 _require_ something other than a twinax console?  If so, what 
are the benefits?  Looks like I have more reading to do . . .

-- 
Jeff Crosby
Dilgard Frozen Foods, Inc.









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