to learn more about edwardzh, share content, and exchange messages and invites.
Not a member? Join Now!
No worry about the beep code - see Not all beep codes signal an error. As for the Windows BSOD and PCI SERR error, most likely it's related to PCI device - that points to your sound card. You can…
Actually there are quite some in the list, for example: KingstonKVR1333D3D4R9S/8GI8 GBRegistered1333 MHzDualEDJ2104ECSE-DJ-FElpidax41.5 VoltsKingstonKVR1333D3D4R9S/8GI8 GBRegistered1333…
It's one of the steps to isolate the problem. Since you confirmed both CPU and memory work on another board, then it's likely the board is the cause. But I sorry can't tell you why the board failed.
First of all, check the Memory and Hardware Compatibility.
I don't think you can use those parts without an H2000 chassis... The Quick Install Guide should give you some idea how the system works...
Yes the RAID disks can be moved to a new system with same hardware configuration. Of course you'll need to enable RSTe on the new server first before it can recognize the RAID volumes.
After the BMC update, you still need to complete BIOS update, ME update and FRUSDR update.
Do you plan to use a RAID controller or module?
This is not a workstation board, thus S3 state is not supported.
Oops here is the latest version: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=23159
edwardzh's Most Liked