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pulling the power for 20 seconds, will reset the RMM.
any one of these Server Products — Tested processor list will work with that motherboard. If you have upgraded to BIOS 48 or later, it should work fine
Hello - This means the BMC did not get a SystemPowerGood signal, in the 500ms timeout period. If disconnecting and reseating the power supply connectors does not solve the issue, make sure the…
Try a CMOS clear, by the jumper, and if you can get into the BIOS use the 'Processor Retest' option.
Seann - Check the links in my last message. The first link is a download that has instructions on how to flash the BIOS. The second link has a PDF that tells you where the jumper is located on the…
A1, C1; E1, G1. The "farthest fill" rule is, start with the outer blue slots, and fill inward as you go. See page 30 of the Server Products — Technical Product Specification
Hello, Nate - You are correct, three power supplies is enough for 4-6 compute modules, normally. If you go into the dashboard, what does it show your current power usage at? Even with all the…
Check page 35 (46 of 112) of the Intel� Server Board S5000PSL — S5000PSL and S5000XSL technical product specification
Which RAID card is it? Sometimes you have to disable some of the other existing RAID options in the BIOS, before an add-in card will be recognized.
Correct; the only difference is the 3-pack.
Rudi - Sure, I will put that in as a feature request.
After much reading and searching I discovered the solution, yes solution, to this problem. First let me give you the scenario I had that led to the solution. I had an SBS 2003 that a customer…
It appears that you are using the SELView utility from the S1200RP. You will need to use the correct version for your board. You cannot use S1200RP utilities for an Itanium.
Dell will have the list of what processors you can upgrade to. Fortunately, it looks like someone has already asked a similar question at CPU Upgrade for Dimension XPS T450 - Desktop General…
The VP2D2 is the DDR2-400 version of the VP2. See http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/sb/cs-012673.htm?wapkw=spares The memory that you tried - was it DDR-266, DDR-333, or DDR2-400?