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==SDA DESKTOP TRIAGE==
 
==SDA DESKTOP TRIAGE==
 
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  at            [label="Is it beige?"]
 
  proc_gone    [label="Is the\nPROCESSOR\nCLEARLY MISSING?"]
 
 
  mobo          [label="Is the\nMOTHERBOARD\nthere?"]
 
  missingparts  [label="Is it\nMISSING CASE PARTS?\n(i.e. side or front panel)"]
 
  memory        [label="Can you see\nany DDR slots?\n(single notch near the middle) PLEASE SEE INSTRUCTOR"]
 
  blowncaps    [label="Can you see \nany BLOWN CAPS?"]
 
 
  sataports    [label="Can you see \nany SATA PORTS?"]
 
 
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     start [label="START", shape="box", style="bold"]
 
     start [label="START", shape="box", style="bold"]
    notyet [label="Consult your Build Instructor", shape="box", style="bold"]
 
    no [label="NO!\nWe do not want it for a server.\nCheck with Instructor on further processing.", shape="box", style="bold"]
 
    yes [label="PXE Boot the server to the\nHardware Detection Tool and have\nthe Instructor look it over before\nbeginning the Build process", shape="box", style="bold"]
 
  
     HardDrives [label="Does the system have any hard drives in it?"]
+
     AGP [label="Does the MoBo have an AGP slot?"]
     KeyboardlessBoot [label="Can it boot without a keyboard?"]
+
     DDR1 [label="Does the MoBo have any DDR1 slots?"]
     AutoReboot [label="Can it auto-reboot after a power loss?"]
+
     OnBoardSataPorts [label="Does the MoBo have any SATA ports?"]
     DualCore [label="Is the processor Dual Core?"]
+
     KeeperComponents [label="Does the Desktop have any Keeper Components?"]
     DualProc [label="Does it have more than one processor?"]
+
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    FastProc [label="Is it faster than 3.0GHz?"]
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    BitWidth [label="Is it 64-bit? (Opterons are always 64-bit)"]
 
     RackSize [label="Is it a 2U or larger rackmount?"]
 
    Tower    [label="Is it a tower?"]
 
    NoPentium [label="Is it a Pentium/Celeron?"]
 
  
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     start -> AGP
  
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     AGP -> KeeperComponents [label="YES"]
  
     DualCore -> NoPentium [label="NO"]
+
     DDR1 -> OnBoardSataPorts [label="NO"]
     DualCore -> KeyboardlessBoot [label=YES]
+
     DDR1 -> KeeperComponents [label=YES]
  
     NoPentium -> Tower [label="NO"]
+
     OnBoardSataPorts -> KeeperComponents [label="NO"]
     NoPentium -> no [label="YES"]
+
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    RackSize -> DualProc [label="YES"]
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    DualProc -> notyet [label="NO"]
+
==SDA DESKTOP TRIAGE Details==
    DualProc -> FastProc [label="YES"]
 
  
    FastProc -> BitWidth [label="NO"]
+
; Keeper Components -->> CHECK WHITEBOARD FOR SPECIAL REQUESTS <<--
    FastProc -> KeyboardlessBoot [label="YES"]
+
: Power Supply with 24-pin &/or SATA connectors,
 +
: DVD-RW or HighSpeed/UltraSpeed CD-RW Optical Drive,
 +
: Video Cards with HDMI, Mini HDMI, or Mini Display port,
 +
: Gigabit Ethernet Cards,
 +
: Wireless Network Cards,
 +
: Audio Cards with Optical output,
 +
: Card Readers,
 +
: Gaming or High-End Cases.
  
    BitWidth -> KeyboardlessBoot [label="YES"]
+
; Finish This Keeper =  
    BitWidth -> notyet [label="NO"]
+
: Sanitize: careful not to remove parts needed to rebuild the Keeper, maybe refer to Anthony's writeup?
 +
: Label: apply INITIALLED "SDA Cleared" sticker
 +
: Deliver: To the Eval Incoming pile
  
    KeyboardlessBoot -> no [label="NO"]
+
; Finish This Recycler =  
    KeyboardlessBoot -> AutoReboot [label="YES"]
+
: Sanitize: put recyclable parts into cases, maybe refer to Anthony's writeup?
 
+
: Label: apply INITIALLED "SDA Cleared" sticker, apply "Recycle" sticker
    AutoReboot -> no [label="NO"]
+
: Deliver: To the Recycling cart
    AutoReboot -> yes [label="YES"]
 
 
 
  }
 
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; Boot Without Keyboard
+
; Sanitize =
: Just make sure it attempts to boot; no need to install a hard drive during Eval.
+
: Remove ALL Data-Bearing-Components & Media including but not limited to =
 +
:: Hard Drives; Tapes; Thumb Drives; contents of Card Readers, contents of Optical, Floppy, Zip Drives; etc, etc, etc.  
  
; Auto-Reboot After Power-Loss
+
; Tallying:
: Will the system reboot all by itself after a power-loss when the system was running before the power-loss (required)?  Will the system stay off after a power-loss when the system was not running before the power-loss (optional)?
+
: refer to othr doc, since covers more than just desktops
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:14, 16 June 2014

SDA DESKTOP TRIAGE

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SDA DESKTOP TRIAGE Details

Keeper Components -->> CHECK WHITEBOARD FOR SPECIAL REQUESTS <<--
Power Supply with 24-pin &/or SATA connectors,
DVD-RW or HighSpeed/UltraSpeed CD-RW Optical Drive,
Video Cards with HDMI, Mini HDMI, or Mini Display port,
Gigabit Ethernet Cards,
Wireless Network Cards,
Audio Cards with Optical output,
Card Readers,
Gaming or High-End Cases.
Finish This Keeper =
Sanitize: careful not to remove parts needed to rebuild the Keeper, maybe refer to Anthony's writeup?
Label: apply INITIALLED "SDA Cleared" sticker
Deliver: To the Eval Incoming pile
Finish This Recycler =
Sanitize: put recyclable parts into cases, maybe refer to Anthony's writeup?
Label: apply INITIALLED "SDA Cleared" sticker, apply "Recycle" sticker
Deliver: To the Recycling cart
Sanitize =
Remove ALL Data-Bearing-Components & Media including but not limited to =
Hard Drives; Tapes; Thumb Drives; contents of Card Readers, contents of Optical, Floppy, Zip Drives; etc, etc, etc.
Tallying
refer to othr doc, since covers more than just desktops