Question about IBM eServer xSeries 206
this is as a result of memory error. The memory is either not compatible with your computer, or maybe you did not fix the memory well which is not making the computer not see the memory.
Cpu beeps most times if a memory is not present or not compatible with a the CPU.
Use a brush to clean or dust off the memory slot and try again. You can borrow a memory from your friend and test it with our cpu.
But I believe the memory you want to upgrade is not compatible with your CPU.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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