Well I have two VAXstation 4000 VLC computers. One with good video and one without. So I had to find out which one. Well both were configured as microvaxes without a built in console. Next was to remember how to get the video working (S3 is down idiot) and try again. Then there was the problem with the password. But I did remember it after a bit and booted VMS 7.2 for the first time in years. And yes my password had expired and thus I had to change it.
The VAXstation 4000 VLC was physically the smallest VAX made. I think its smaller than the VAXstation 2000. Anyway, the Vaxstation 4000 VLC has a performance rating of 6 VUPs. A VUP is a VAX performance unit. 1 VUP is equal to the original VAX 11/780. Yep this pizza box is 6 times faster than the multirack Vax11/780. Ain't technology great. The VAX 11/780 was introduced in 1977 and the smallest configuration took two equipment frames. It supported a maximum memory of 8 MB and required 3 phase. The VAXstation 4000 VLC was introduced in 1991, about the size of a small pizza box and supported a maximum of 24 MB of memory and would work off a single 110 outlet.