Question about Dell PowerEdge 1800 Server
Depending on the RAM you have installed, there could be a bad chip on the RAM module. Standard Memory is sequential and will stop once it reaches a bad chip. To test this rotate your RAM mpodules by moving the first module to the last bank. If the memory increases then you have a bad module.
Posted on Jul 22, 2014
Check the RAM frequency of the RAM which should be compatible to the main board. also chk for the other RAM frequency also
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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