thank you for the reply.. how do you update the bios? is there a general flash utility of a specific one? do you have the bios file on you? i 'cant seem to download anything from the ibm site.. no idea why...
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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 .
First, find out exactly what is in it now.
Download the zip file and extract it.
Run the program and it will provide the exact speed, size and slot locations of your installed memory modules.
Then contact a major memory vendor such as Crucial.com or Kingston.com
Let them know what you have in your server and they will tell you how to get to 4GB.
One more thing, make sure that you have the absolute latest BIOS installed. BIOS updates frequently include support for faster memory. Get the BIOS from IBM's website. You will need the exact model number. It should be on the front of the case by the serial number.