The Question is:
I have a VAX 4000-200 that won't autoboot. All the necessary switches (break
Enable/Disable, Power-up mode) and settings (BOOT, BFLAG, HALT) are correctly
set, but the system still goes into interactive mode, asking for the date,
language and disk to boo
At one time, the system autobooted without a problem, but now it won't. Am I
still missing something, or what do I need to do...
The Answer is :
Please contact your hardware service organization, as it appears
that your processor hardware has failed -- this is clearly not an
OpenVMS issue, it appears to be a question of a failed battery.