Priest of the Order of the Butterfly
Posts: 766 from 2012/11/10
From: Manchester, UK/GB
That's an interesting result, so if a Dual Processor G5 PowerMac suffers a failed CPU then if you swap the bad CPU into the other CPU slot 0 you should be able to get the machine back working for MorphOS at least, which will be good for most of us I suppose.
Thanks for reporting back Thomas Igracki
on your CPU swapping results.
Out of interest, now that you've re-calibrated and swapped over the CPUs, and even though one of the CPUs has failed, does your PowerMac also work in Mac OSX?
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