Heb je een BE6-II? of een BF6? en je hebt problemen met je mooie plankje? Postman, Power On Selftest Manager (?), lost het voor je op...
Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C. February 21st, 2000—Designed for the BE6 and BF6 and possible future models, the Postman is a debugging “post” card for your ABIT system. With it you will be able to “Trace, Understand, and Debug Your System” The Postman features a 7 LEDs Display working with Award 6.0 BIOS it is in an easy to read BIOS POST code, best of all it is designed so that you do not have to open your computer case. The Postman will be able to read BIOS check point values, and show these values on the display LED.
You will be able to compare error codes of the BIOS in order to know what problems you may have with your computer.
In the event of a failure you will be able to trace computer’s problem by the shown BIOS error code on display. User can easy and quick to maintain computer.
Not only is it great for DIY customers but the Postman is good for system integrators for when they are setting up new systems based on ABIT boards that support it.
When computer power on, computer will be run POST(Power-On-Self-Test) function and runs only with the Award BIOS (V 6.0) and does not to apply, when system is running an OS (DOS/WIN).
The Postman will be mass produced at the end of February.
Niet ieder systeem is foutloos, en dit is dan toch een mooie util. Nietwaar?