Question about IBM eserver xSeries 220 8646
I tried adding 2 - 512 mb of kingston RAM of matching spec to the server and it doesnt recognize it. Is it a configuration issue?
Should already detect it i guess you got faulty ram take it back get money back
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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check to make sure you have added the right type of memory. also look at your user manual. it should tell you where and how to place the added sticks. sometimes they have to be added in pairs or have to be in specific slots. also if you dont have the manual it is on the gateway site. you should type in your model and serial number and get all the info you need.
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