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You can connect your monitor to the VGA connector located on the back.
You can check more information on page 5 of the Technical Product Specification
For the specifications of your board please check here.
Finally, try to test your system with the minimal system configuration ( processor, server board, one memory stick) and check if the problem continues.
I have already tried connecting to my monitor with the VGA ports and a cable.
I don't think that anything has been changed about my configuration, but I don't know as I got it second-hand.
Why would I need a memory stick? Shouldn't it work without one? Doesn't it already have a hard drive? If not, what should I put on the memory stick and which port should I connect it to?
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We recommend testing the system with just memory stick for diagnostic purposes, connect the memory stick on the DIMM closest to the processor.
Make sure that the memory that you are using is either DDR2 533/667 MHzECC or non-ECC unbuffered memory, your system supports up to 8GB of memory.
Additionally, you can test your system without memory and you should get 3 long beeps, this means that the server board is detecting your processor.
The system does not include a hard drive; you need to purchase it separately.
Your system supports these processors types:
• Dual-Core Intel®Xeon® processor 3000 sequence
• Intel® Pentium® processor Extreme Edition
• Intel® Pentium® 4 processor
• Intel® Pentium® D processor
• Intel® Celeron® D processor
Make sure that you are using a compatible processor.
You can check the specifications of your system here.
Finally, please take in consideration that the Intel (R) Server System SR1530AH is an end of interactive support product and we have limited documentation.