Question about Dell PowerEdge 1800 Server
The model numbers are so far apart, there's 700 digits between and with each of those probably 2-3 sub models (1800a, 1820a/b/c 1900, etc., 2490a, 2490b, 2500) and since then, probably 7 years ago, even memory has changed so I doubt they are the same motherboard. Your motherboard should have a name printed on it in white ink, plus you can probably search google for keywords such as
Dell 1800 motherboard
Dell 2500 motherboard
and find your answer or look for replacement parts online, with a goal of finding the motherboard brand & part number.
If you go to www.crucial.com you can select your systems or have your systems scanned to see if memory is the same. It might even tell you what motherboard, but it's doubtful.
There are also programs that can scan your system and tell you what components are installed, but all in all, looking at the motherboard yourself is the best way, and without a doubt, will leave little chance of incorrect ID.
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
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