Re: Cant send chars to Cisco 806 over HyperTerminal after RAM up
From what you have described, you are either looking at hardware failure or some other variable. Personally, I would do the following before calling TAC and asking for a warranty replacement:
1. Try a different console cable to ensure the cable did not get damaged.
2. Make sure you can console to other equipment fine from your computer -- if you cannot, this indicates something happened to your settings. Try reinstalling hyperterminal. I know a lot of people use it, but personally, I find putty to be much more reliable. You could try that here: http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html To use putty with a console cable, click the 'Serial' toggle in the opening dialog and type 'COMX' in the serial line where X is your com port number. The speed should default to 9600.
If the console cable and computer are working fine to control other equipment then it is possible that the device was somehow damaged during the memory upgrade. I would double check by reseating memory and any other modules that might have been knocked loose during the upgrade but if that doesn't work I don't think you can do much else but replace the equipment.
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