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Upgrading ram I just bought a refurbished IBM IntelliStation M Pro 6219 D8E Desktop Tower Computer. I want to upgrade my ram to the maximum of 4.0 Gigahertz. I want to know whether the DDR2 is compatible?

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Go to www.crucial.com you should be able to find out what your pc will take and how much.

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Beep codes


Try taking out the RAM (memory) cards and reseating them. Same with video card (if it's got a plug in(PCI-e/AGP) card)
If it is beeping constantly suspect a fault with overheating on the processor. Is the fan on the CPU working? Might be the thermal compound between the heatsink and the processor has gone bad and needs redoing ...

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Hello I am refurbishing a computer. Everything with the exception of the video card is standard in the IBM IntelliStation M Pro 6218, I have been trying in desperation to find the missing drivers so my new...


You can download the networking drivers here
Download the exe files and documentation if you want to play it safe, save them on a USB thumb drive. I'm assuming you want the Windows drivers, but there are Linux drivers available for some components if you were to need them. I'm not sure exactly which Broadcom controller you'll need
I believe this is the driver you'll need since it's the most common in machines.

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Following installation of my 'Crucial CT12864AA800' 1GB DDR2 240 PIN 128Mx64 PC2 RAM, my Intellistation Pro M Series [not sure what #] will not load the OS. Is it not compatible? I checked...


This is the download page for HMM, (Hardware Maintenance Manual), for the IBM IntelliStation M Pro 6219,

http://www-947.ibm.com/support/entry/portal/docdisplay?lndocid=MIGR-45692

Under the heading > File link, click on > 71p9918.pdf, in blue

[ After you click you won't see anything happening. The PDF file is downloading in the background.
I have Adobe Reader 9.3.4. version, and a medium speed DSL connection. Took 122 seconds before the first page popped up, and the file was fully downloaded also. Longest time it has taken for a PDF file download, in 5 years of downloading. Just wanted to give you a 'Heads Up' ]

In the Bookmarks menu to the left, click on the + sign next to > General Information
Now click on the sub-heading > Features and Specifications

MEMORY
Minimum: 256MB
Maximum: 4GB
Type: PC2100
Connectors: four dual inline memory module (DIMM) connectors

Plain English;

The Minimum Amount of ram memory that can be used is 256MB.
The Maximum Amount of ram memory that can be used is 4GB. (4096MB)

The TYPE is PC2100. That is DDR Sdram at 266MegaHertz. (266MHz)

Crucial CT12864AA800 is DDR2 Sdram at 800MHz!
PC2-6400

Now WHAT is going on here?

DDR Sdram has 184 gold plated contact pins on the bottom. 92 on EACH side. There is one Locating Notch on the bottom.

DDR2 Sdram has 240 gold plated contact pins on the bottom. 120 on EACH side. There is one Locating Notch on the bottom.

Supporting data is 1) the Hardware Maintenance Manual I just gave you a link to.

This is information about the Crucial CT12864AA800 ram memory module,

http://www.crucial.com/store/partspecs.aspx?IMODULE=CT12864AA800



The contact pins on the bottom of a ram memory module are for Voltage, Signal, Ground, and a host of other attributes.

The orientation of the contact pins in regard to the above mentioned attributes, are in a different place, when comparing DDR Sdram to DDR2 Sdram.
Hence the added number of contact pins in a DDR2 Sdram ram memory module.

More than likely the ram memory module is fried. Can't say about the motherboard, in regard to the ram memory slot, or the Northbridge chip.

[Northbridge and Southbridge chip are the motherboard chipset. The Northbridge chip for the IBM IntelliStation M Pro 6219 is an Intel E7205, the Southbridge chip is an Intel 82801DB,

http://www.intel.com/products/workstation/chipsets/e7205/e7205-overview.htm

Similar to the Intel 875P, (82875P),

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_intel_chipsets#Pentium_4_Chipsets ]


Who recommended this ram memory module? Crucial?

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No video output on IBM Intellistation PRO M, model 34G. How do I figure it out? Replaced vci card with pci vga card.


To confirm if your external vga card is defective you should turn off your pc then remove it, then turn it back put your vga cable from monitor in the built in vga port in you pc. or else after turn on press numlock twice or more if its work then external vga is the problem.

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Upgrade Intellistation Z Pro 6121 w11 to 64bit Xeon Processors


It helps if you give the right specification - the W11 is the 6221, not the non-existent 6121.
You have 2 x 2.4 Xeon in a Socket 604 package. The only CPUs these could be are the Tigerton - it certainly does support 64-bit operation, as well as VT.
You have little choice in processors - Tulsa, Tigerton and Dunnington.
The Tigerton is a little ripper! 2 x 4MB on-die cache, 1066 internal FSB, wide voltage range and low power consumption (80W).
http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=30779
You have a 4 processor 64-bit box - if it isn't poweful enough for you (and I can't see why - I run 50 concurrent VM users on less), you can only go to the 2.93 Tigerton as an upgrade. The other CPUs have more horsepower, less torque!
Don't get hung up on processor speed - for 64-bit big cache rules.

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Intellistation e pro acts as if booting, but doesn't


Its nothing but the port of your display cable in computer tower and the display card. If its inbuilt (on board) display card then the slot where the extention is linked. If you can then just open the tower and change the slot of the display card. 100% gurantee it would work.

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Windows won't boot after an OS upgrade


The board is probably good but I've seen this many times when folks try to upgrade old computers. The drivers included with XP aren't working on your machine. It's not working with W2K because when you formatted the HD with XP it removed the IBM label from the HD. You should use your recovery disks to restore the drive.

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IBM Blue Screen


I had the same problem with an Intellistation 6868 for years. It just wouldn't load XP but ran fine on Windows 2000 SP4. I tried 3 different XP Installation CD's with no luck. After several attempts at installing XP I bought a clean XP Upgrade from ebay.

It took me 3 goes to install it but eventually I got it in there. If you can get XP to start on the 6868 press F8 and start it in safe mode first then when it's booted fully, shut it down and and then start it clean again. It worked for me. I've been running it for 5 months now and it's fine.

I couldn't get it to work at all on the 6868's onboard IDE so I installed a PCI Raid Card and it boots fine on that.

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IBM 6868 52A M-Pro Intellistation
2 x Intel P3 866 CPU's 256 mb cache
2 GB ECC RD Ram
2 x Seagate 320 GB 8MB Cache HDD on a Sunix ATA133 PCI Raid Card
2 x Seagate 10000 rpm SCSI HDD on Adaptec Raid Card
ATI 9520 AGP 128mb Graphics
Win2000 Professional SP4 - Upgraded to XP Professional Edition SP3
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Processor upgrade causes computer not to boot


You seem to be on the right track here. I would look at the documentation that came with your new CPU and note the voltages it requires, Here is the link to the Maintenance manual for your motherboard. http://www-304.ibm.com/systems/support/supportsite.wss/docdisplay?lndocid=MIGR-45692&brandind=5000008

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