Question about SuperMicro (370DLEO) Motherboard
You are using the wrong memory.
A SuperMicro 370DLE only supports registered memory.
The U in the code shows that the memory you have installed is unregistered.
It will not work.
Exchange the memory for registered memory ,and the system should work fine.
Posted on Jul 03, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is the on/off button on the front of the computer-casing broken?
Take a volt-meter, and run a continuity-test.
Are the two wires from that button both properly connected to a pair of pins on the motherboard? If you disconnect the wires from those pins, and use a metal screwdriver to very briefly "short" the two pins, to simulate the pushing of the ON/OFF button, does the motherboard post? Do fans start to spin, or at least "twitch" a few degrees?
Have you tried a different power-supply?
Is there any lamp on the motherboard that lights-up anytime that
the power-supply is connected to AC power? Is that lamp on?
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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