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    Testing Nehemiah m10000

    Just received above with 512k mem module today. Need to do a quick test to see all is in order before installation. Any suggestions

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    I hope you mean 512mb Just fire it up like any computer. No special testing procedures should be needed.
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    feel free to plug a normal ATX power supply into it for indoor testing purposes, if your normal power supply is DC-DC...other than that, have fun! Be sure to connect it to a VGA monitor to start with, you have to install some stuff to configure the LCD.
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