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It says it has an embedded 7000m chip, there is no mention of a graphics slot for a discrete add in card.
Some info here http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/servers/f/956/t/19274842.aspx

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Dell PowerEdge 1800 Systems Installation and Troubleshooting Guide
http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/pe1800/en/it/r2053c20.htm

Aug 06, 2012 | Dell PowerEdge 1800 Server

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My dell poweredge 1800 doesnot boot, it gives an amber light after turning on . I have tried to remove the Ram but still the problem persists


An Amber blinking power button indicates a low voltage problem. This can be caused by a defective power supply or a defective motherboard.May also be caused by a defective card installed in the motherboard, i.e. video card.

Jan 31, 2012 | Dell PowerEdge 1800 Server

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Dell Poweredge 1800 server not start, i press power button but nothing hapened


Your Model of Dell Poweredge 1800 server may not have a redundant power supply. The power supply is the most like cause of the problem. order a replacement power supply and replace the faulty unit.

Oct 17, 2011 | Dell PowerEdge 1800 Server

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I have dell 1800 server and i want to repair my


Have you tried to follow the solution from microsoft?
If not here's the link:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/325375

Did this information solve your problem?

May 05, 2010 | Dell PowerEdge 1800 Server

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No power on my PowerEdge 1800 Server


dells power supplies must come from dell. I would call dell and give then the service tag number of your server and they will be able to tell you about how much a power supply is.

May 02, 2010 | Dell PowerEdge 1800 Server

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The Poweredge does not start and does not display anything on scr


The jumpers are near the CMOS battery, by the SATA ports. Sometimes clearing the NVRAM using the jumpers can work with no video issues. If it doesn't, try removing all unnecessary components - drives, cards, memory beyond a single DIMM in slot 1, etc. If that doesn't work, try reseating the processor, if there is only one. If there are two, you can try booting with a single processor (always in slot 1), swapping them to try each one. If these steps don't work, it is likely a bad board. If there are no fans spinning, lights on the front, etc., then it might be the power supply.

Unfortunately, there are no jumpers (and no BIOS setting for that matter) to disable the onboard video.

Mar 13, 2010 | Dell PowerEdge 1800 Server

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I have an issue with the Dell PowerEdge 1800 video card. It displayed all the garbages (unreadable words) on the monitor when I first booted up or in the Windows 2003 OS. I went out to buy an EVGA...


Hi ngot01
Not knowing your application or tasking for your server, i cant make a full recommendation. I'm presuming you are not wanting to use this for a gaming machine.
One very determining factor is whether you are running 32bit or 64bit version of 2003. there are some fairly decent choices for cards but some won't support both 32 and 64 bit versions. If you have a particular card in mind, i would recommend first going to the manufacturers website and checking for compatibility with server2003

The geforce 5200 and 5500 from EVGA, PNY both come in PCI version with 128MB or 256MB onboard.
They are getting harder to find but are still to be found for a reasonable price online. i run a 5500 in one of my IBM X series servers dual processor with no hitches and no stability issues.
(32bit/64bit.)
32 bit support using older Nvidia drivers from Nvidia driver archives.
64 bit drivers currently available in latest Nvidia drivers version

The Visiontek Radeon 9250 PCI (ATI chipset) also runs well in both dell and IBM servers from my experience, and comes with 128MB or 256MB onboard.
64 bit support with current ATI drivers
32 bit support from older driver packages found on net.

One of the biggest considerations is whether the card will be properly recognized at first. Video cards and other peripherals behave differently in a server than in a desktop. Just dropping any PCI video card in may cause you some grief in time spent troubleshooting.
Another very important consideration is the video memory on the card.
Your 1800 requires ECC registered memory, but the onboard video memory on the video card can cause a problem when it starts trying to share the system memory. Not always, but this can cause a number problems, most common are blue screens.
Again, without knowing which version of 2003 you are running, i cant offer much more sound advice, because that is the biggest determining factor.
hope this helps, and if i have helped you, please dont forget to rate.

Feb 20, 2010 | Dell PowerEdge 1800 Server

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Flshing Red Light on Dell Poweredge 1800 Server


I finally made contact with our IT dept who were abole to carry out a remote diagnostic test.

Problem has now been identified (problem with tape drive)

Jun 10, 2009 | Dell PowerEdge 1800 Server

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Poweredge 1800 server


Hey,

I looked over the spesifications for the poweredge 1800 servers, go ahead, it will work perfectly but there is one problem in the windows XP setup, you will need to insert / load SCSI or SATA drivers for the hard drive With a floppy disk, or if you don't have a floppy drive your going to need to create a custom windows xp setup cd and add the drivers into it so it can start the SCSI or SATA hard drive and finish the install. without the drivers it might not find the hard drive.

Aside from that I don't see any other problems. You should be able to get the drivers, and everything ese from dell site
http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/

Actually I looked over the dell downloads, I see only windows 2000 on the list with windows server 2003, and 2008 and linux distributions.

This could be a 2nd problem, drivers might not be avaialble, or work with xp, but we might be able to get it to work.


So two problems, SCSI or SATA drivers in windows xp / windows 2000 setup

2nd problem is in windows xp drivers, you could try windows 2003's drivers and 2000's and see if they work, if not, then we would have to look for drivers ourselfs from the internet.

So xp might cause headache but we might get it working, windows 2000 seems to be supported perfectly.

Let me know how the project goes
Thanks,
Ekse

Jun 03, 2009 | Dell PowerEdge 1800 Server

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