Question about IBM x3200 M2 Server
After upgrading the ram one of the ram banks disabled its self, i assume its a faulty ram stick but how do i re enable the ram bank again?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have 2 sticks of RAM correct? One that came with the system and one that you bought. You also have to slots but it appears one may not be working, however, nothing is impossible but that is very rare it is normally the RAM itself and not the slot. Take both pieces out, put the new ram in the first slot and boot up. If the system will not boot up then it is the RAM because you already know that that slot is good. However, you cannot do the same thing with the second slot, because your motherboard looks for RAM in the first slot and if there is none then it stops boot. Conclusion: Put new RAM in first, slot if it works then second slot is bad, if it does not work, then RAM is bad...
Hope this helps. Please vote accordingly and if you have any more questions I will be glad to research and answer them for you...FixYa
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
SOURCE: how to change bios settings
Boot the system
Press F1 to enter the Configuration/Setup Utility
to change bios settings, i.e model/type serial number, enable.disable memory banks
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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