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Siemens OMNI HDU

Siemens OMNI HDU

Siemens OMNI HDU

(OP)
Appologies for the wrong forum. But I need information on how to format a normal PC Hard Disk to the format of a Siemens OMNI S3 HDU.

Any ideas of information would be of a great help.

barkerjpb@hotmail.com

RE: Siemens OMNI HDU

I used to work with OMNI S3 long time ago,when it was a product of GTE/ATEA. I still remember some things.... Which version of FMS board do you have?
FB-17220-B0A
FB-17220-C0A
FB-17220-D0A
(FMS board is Hard disc controller, there is flat cable between the disc and FMS)

What is your software version?
You can find it by typing:
GR CD0 FFF0 FFFF

RE: Siemens OMNI HDU

(OP)
Thank you for responding Radoje,

Yep its a ATEA product alright.

The FMS board is a FB-17220-B0A (but I will have other sites with other variants to this) Also the software version is 185.


Thank you
John.

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