> From: Michael Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Just had my trusty Tandberg TDC3660 die on me in the middle of a run with
> a HARDWARE FAILURE, asc:55,0, field replaceable unit: 6.
> Anyone with contacts at Tandberg or references that might be able to give
> me some idea where to look? A strip and rebuild doesn't show any obvious
> signs of death, and as I said it was running along fine, and just stopped.
A friend's 60M drive `died' too 2 weeks ago,
i connected it to my machine, & it was OK again
no idea why, ask him ! his email is email@example.com
he knows name of an ftp server he got new eprom images from,
that'll be a start for you.
He also has a TDC 3620/3640/3660 Ref Manual
part no 411359 Publ no 5671 June 1988 Rev No 2
(I have too, but talk to him plse., as you've got mutual interests there).
PS off the manual:
Tandberg Data A/S
Data Storage Division
PO Box 9, Korvsoll
N-0808 Oslo 8, Norway
Telex 74606 tdata n
Nope No Web quoted.
PS previous old mail from you archived here:
Tandberg are tdata.no, and my contact there was firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dunno if thats right tho'.
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