Dell Wyse T10 Thin Clients

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Why do Dell Wyse T10 Thin Clients Flash chips get corrupted after a power cut or power fluctuation eg. after power a fluctuation one of the following happens: 1. Screen display will be rotated 2. last 6 digits of the MAC address will show as 123456 & Serial No. as pppppppppp What measures can one put in place to protect the Units or is this a known issue

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ASKED: March 22, 2013  2:11 PM
UPDATED: March 22, 2013  6:33 PM

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  • TomLiotta
    All electronic equipment should be isolated from power cuts and power fluctuations. There is no way to predict what might result in an unprotected computing device from dirty power. The Wyse T10 is both small and inexpensive. It probably has less protection physically inside its case. -- Tom
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  • Shaz3k
    I understand that unlike PC's that have built surge protection the Dell Wyse T10 devices dont have any protection apart from whatever maybe built into the T10's power adapter. Would the installation of a power surge protection or UPS protect the T10's flash chips from getting corrupted.
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