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E2110 multibit error on Dimm A2 reseat dimm - Dell PowerEdge T410 Server

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SOURCE: BOOT FAIL: PCF8584: I2C ERROR

According to the message you received on the screen there's might be something wrong with your RAM module(s). Take a look inside and see if everything's alright with RAM. Replace it to another slot if there are empty.
Download and use a program like MemTest to see if RAM is properly working.
If you have another computer which is compatible with your RAM, try it inserting then in to PC and see if everyhting's alright.
If nothing helps, then purchase a new RAM module

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

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Two most likely causes for this error are
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Second: The memory module DIMM 3 has become faulty and needs to replaced.
If reseating the DIMM doesn't work try swapping slots with a module of the same size in a different slot and see if the fault follows the module or goes away. If the fault follows the module, eg to DIMM 1, then it is most likely that the module is faulty.
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Check the grounding of your power oulets. If there is equilizing current trough the ground shield of the interconnecting cable, the information can be transferred with errors. Then the printer cannot process it and gives the 79 error. But HP recommends:
A critical hardware error has occurred.
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There is a problem with the printer's memory. The x value refers to the location of the problem:
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Thanks for posting. Try the below steps to solve your printer problem


1. Turn the printer off, and reseat or replace the specified DIMM.
2. Try the DIMM in another slot.
3. Replace the DIMM that caused the error.

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Sounds like your beep codes are being caused by a Pre-video memory error, where your onboard video chip uses a portion of your ram.

first, best to unplug the power cord
try reseating the DIMM's in the memory slots on the motherboard, and then turn on your computer.

if no go.
remove all but one DIMM and try booting. if your computer boots now, then the DIMM that isnt in your computer is most likely faulty.
i would also inspect the DIMM sockets with the DIMM's out to see if there is any damage to them. have seen a number of cracked sockets and this can be a problem, with even the slightest bump causing a DIMM to move, and causing this type of error.

If you still get the error, if you reply back in here, can help you further.

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pls perform these steps
1
Remove all memory DIMMs or thirdparty
DIMMs from the printer. (Do not
remove the firmware DIMM in the lower
slot J1).
2
Remove the printer EIO card.
3 turn the printer on
4 If the error does not persist, install each
DIMM and EIO device one at a time.
Turn the printer off and then on again
after installing each device.
5 Replace DIMMs and EIO devices as
necessary.
10. Reconnect all of the printer cables.
11. If the error persists, replace the firmware dimm
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Mode Dimm A1 DimmA2 DIMM b1 dIMM b2
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2 populated
3 populated
4 populated
---------------------------------------- ----------------------------------
Dual ch 1 populated populated
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3 populated popuated populated populated
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