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Hardware Reset [message #60983] Sun, 12 May 2013 00:46
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Originally posted by: JCP%CMU-CS-PS1@sri-unix.UUCP
Message-ID: <15336@sri-arpa.UUCP>
Date: Wed, 18-Jan-84 02:17:00 EST
Article-I.D.: sri-arpa.15336
Posted: Wed Jan 18 02:17:00 1984
Date-Received: Sun, 15-Jan-84 01:37:53 EST
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From:  James Park 


One can implement a hardware reset by connecting a single pole single
throw (pushbutton) switch between the reset pin and the ground bin of
the empty socket for the 8087 numeric processor (unless of course you
already have an 8087 occupying the socket.) This would be pins 1 and
21. The reset is activated when the switch connects ground and the
reset pin. The result is the equivalent of turning off the machine
and turning it back on again.

James Park (JCP@CMU-CS-PS1)

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