Question about Intel Server Board SE7501BR2 Motherboard
When i turn on the computer the message "8601 memory error" appear. How to resolve it?
Windows is holding
ram memory..........try knocking downing page files/storage not
used.......use the task manager to manage ram better.......disable the
junk? or freeramxp.load the barebones.........<<suggestions)))> solutions of the cuff...check
that the ram sticks are OK....for the boards . check the boards. for
any damage cracks/leaning caps etc.....for a system not to pass post!
well.......is the Motherboard up to it......
Or this might be: "Memory errors status is now read from the BMC. Because this was not done previously, error status bits have piled up in the BMC and the first time you boot with this BIOS you will probably get a message saying all of your memory is bad (POST error 8601). To clear his status, enter setup/advanced menu and select the 'memory configuration' option. Enable 'memory retest' at the bottom of this menu and you will remove the error message. 'memory retest' option will be reset to 'Disable' in the next reboot.
"Remember to Clear CMOS after each BIOS update. Refer to the Hardware Maintenance Manual or Product Manual for procedures to Clear CMOS."
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This motherboard can support up to 2Gb of DDR266 RAM modules.
Attached is part of the memory detail from the manual.
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220.127.116.11 Memory Configuration
Memory interface between the MCH and DIMMs is 144 bits wide. This requires that two DIMMs
be populated per bank in order for the system to operate. At least one bank has to be populated
in order for the system to boot. If additional banks have less than two DIMMs, the memory for
that bank(s) will not be available to the system.
There are two banks of DIMMs, labeled Bank1 and Bank2. Bank1 contains DIMM locations
DIMM1A and DIMM1B and Bank2 contains DIMM2A and DIMM2B. DIMM socket identifiers are
marked with silk screen next to each DIMM socket on the baseboard. The sockets associated
with any given bank are located next to each other.
The baseboard's signal integrity is optimized when memory banks are populated in order.
Therefore, DIMM Bank1 must be populated before Bank2.
DIMM and memory configurations must adhere to the following:
• DDR266 DDR registered DIMM modules
• DIMM organization: x72 ECC
• Pin count: 184
• DIMM capacity: 128 MB, 256 MB, 512 MB, 1 GB, 2 GB
• Serial PD: JEDEC Rev 2.0
• Voltage options: 2.5 V (VDD/VDDQ)
• Interface: SSTL2
• Two DIMMs must be populated in a bank for a 144-bit wide memory data path
• One or two memory banks may be populated
Table 2. Memory Bank Labels
Memory DIMM Bank Row
J8D22 (DIMM 1A), J8D15 (DIMM 1B) 1 0, 1
J8D7 (DIMM 2A), J8D1 (DIMM 2B) 2 2, 3
Note: Memory must be installed in pairs; DIMM Bank1 must be populated before DIMM Bank2.
Memory within a DIMM bank must be identical; between banks only the DIMM size may be
Functional Architecture Intel® Server Board SE7501BR2 Technical Product Specification
26 Revision 1.2
Intel Order Number C13977-003
Figure 3. Memory Bank Label Definition
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