On Fri, 30 Dec 2011 13:35:10 -0500
While it certainly could be a failing card or a PS issue, it might also
be a little corrosion on the contacts making the connection problematic.
I'd try pulling the card out and reseating it. If the contacts on the
card's PCI connection look a little dirty, you can clean them with a
pencil eraser before you put the card back.
While you've got the card out, take a look at the components on it and
see if there are any visible issues. I know that the Delta 1010s can
have issues with the capacitors, but I don't know if there's a similar
issue with any of the 1010LT's components.
If you've never seen a problematic capacitor, I have some photos at
http://delta.brainiac.com/delta1010capfix.html that show a bulging
top on one.
Also, you might try putting the card in another computer to see if it's
recognized. If the card itself is failing, it should have the same type
of issues about being recognized.
Joe Hartley - UNIX/network Consultant - firstname.lastname@example.org
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