PS/2 Troubleshooting
   These are the most common causes, based on experience. If you have a different error code, it will be in the errors during POST section.
Does the system power up? 0
   Did you get more than one beep? (One beep is all corrrect) See Beep Codes
   Is the system totally dead? See Dead System for hints See Troubleshoot
      85-K/N or 95A? Is JMP6 set? (up by op panel on both planars) See JMP6
Does anything appear on the screen? 0
   Screen in monochrome (not connected during boot, bad cable) 0
   Blank screen (is pin in cable bent over?) 0
Does an error occur during POST? 0
   Multiple Errors? See Multi-Error
   Errors 163, 165 Config lost. (Low battery, exiting setup improperly) 0
   Errors 000095XX through 028331XX See General Errors
   Errors 0037, 0096, 0104, 0112, 0206 See SCSI Errors
      Improper cabling, termination, IDs, adapter not fully seated See SCSI Layout
   Errors I999XXX  (IML sytems only - 76/77/85/90/95/500/700/720) See IML Errors
Does the system refuse to accept refdisk? 0
   Do other floppies work? (If not, check type for known problems) 0
   Do you have the correct one? 0
   Did you create it correctly? See Create Refdisk
   Do you have a Type 4 complex based system? (05 and up needed) See BIOS Releases
Adapter not recognized 0
   Did you correctly add ADF to Refdisk? See Copy ADF
   Is the adapter fully seated? (can also cause odd run-time errors) 0
No Bootable Device Found 0
   Check SCSI Devices in setup See Set SCSI Device
   Check selectable drive startup See Startup Sequence
   Active Partition on boot drive? 0
Cannot Access CDROM 0
   Properly terminated and proper ID? See SCSI Layout
   Under DOS? See CD Install
   Does CD support parity? (required on IBM controllers) 0

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