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NO DISPLAY MEMORY BEEP, NO MEMORY BAD INDICATION ON DIAGNOSTIC LED PANEL. MEMORY USED IBM P/N: 38L2940. TWO SERVERS HAVE SAME PROBLEM. MEMORY SWAPPED BUT SAME PROBLEM.

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Sounds like a bad mother board, have you taken out the mem and see if it beeps?

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Try this:

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first thing i would check would be that you are using a good grounded outlet. Checking with a ground fault checker will tell you if you have a grounded outlet. If the ground check fails, try plugging into an outlet that does check good.

If you dont have one handy, then the easiest way to determine what is causing your server not to boot, is to check the light path diagnostics.

here is a link to the IBM options install guide that also has the diagnostic codes and instructions for accessing the light path diagnostic panel, inside the server.

To access the light path diagnostics panel, slide the latch to the left on the front of the light path diagnostics drawer.

This section starts on page 12 in the manual, or page page 24 in your PDF reader.

ftp://ftp.software.ibm.com/systems/support/system_x_pdf/25r3454.pdf

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The IBM Netfinity 5600 is a complicated beast for sure. You really need to get a copy of the Netfinity Manual from IBM (not on the web site fyi.). It's as big as the machine unfortunately. In section 3, p.124 it lists 3-3-3 beep code as "No memory has been detected in the system" solution is "Reseat mem modules or install mem modules. If prob persists get machine serviced." On the previous page, 3 short beeps (only) on POST indicate "system mem error. combo only occurs when video bios cannot display error msg. replace the failing mem module." You might also want to check the light-path diagnostics inside the machine. A little light will be illuminated right beside the bad DIMM.

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