I have the exact same thin client for a couple of years now and I was never
able to get it to work; all I could do was using the standard built-in Linux
environment by a company called EsESix from Germany (now taken over by HP).
My ThinClient uses a DiskOnChip 2000 16MB flash as storage for the Linux OS
and originally had 32MB of RAM.
Now I've put in a 256MB DIMM, which seems to work, but I'm still not able
to do anything with the device (other than connecting to my PC by using
a remote desktop/terminal service-shell).
I've found out that JP8 somehow changes the BIOS configuration.
Orinally jumpers were set at 1-2 and 7-8 which gave me no other choice
than to use the internal DiskOnChip drive.
Now I've discovered that by settings the settings to 7-8 and 9-10, I get the option
to boot from PXE (networkboot), which is a nice thing to investigate further.
If I don't PXE-boot, the system halts stating "NO SYSYEM DISK...".
(When set at those pins, you can alter the PXE settings by pressing F10
Then I tried to connect an IDE harddrive to the IDE1 connector (the white connector
at the back-center), but that also doesn't work.
Can you guys tell me what the settings are at your JP8-block and how you
were able to run Windows on the thing...
Oh... and of course: a manual would still be welcomed