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Check Light Path Diagnostic which is located on the front side of server . It gives a clue of what's the issue . If you can't see any amber on Light Path Diagnostic , then its an indication of max logs logged on BIOS event logs. You may need to restart server > Get into Bios and clear all event logs . This would remove the information sympol from server .
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There is no ram sequence for IBM 226 server . But you can identify the problem by checking the orange led on the specific ram . Each ram slot has amber (orange) led . The slot that gives the amber has the issue .
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Many errors are first indicated by the illumination of the system-error light in the operator information panel on the front of the server. One or more lights inside the server might also be lit that can direct you to the source of the error. The system information LED lights to alert you that there might be important information recorded in the system-error log. 2. Removing the left-side cover and look at the light panel. These LEDs indicate the type of error that has occurred.3. Once you know the general type of error and the general location of the component involved, the next step is to check the system service label on the outside of the server. This label gives an overview of internal components that correspond to many of the LEDs on the light path diagnostics panel and can help to view lit LEDs inside the server. Note: Some of the LEDs on the light path diagnostics panel will not have a corresponding LED lit on the system board.
It is not detecting the HDD because the windows install does not have the necessary drivers. On the windwos install you must press F6 or F2 I don't remember which one but it prompts you for them to load external drivers fro SCSI or other type of drives, you must download the right drivers for the type of HDD the server has probably fromt eh IBM support website, put them in a floppy and load them from the floppy into the windows install so it recognizes the drives..
IBM Serverguide will most likely get you going again. Go this link: http://www-947.ibm.com/systems/support/supportsite.wss/docdisplay?lndocid=SERV-GUIDE&brandind=5000008. You can download the ISO image for the version of Serverguide that will let you configure your system. If you have a Xseries 360 version 7.2.03 should work.