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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: wont boot fully
Try resetting the system BIOS.
There are three ways to do this, depending on the mainboard style.
Check for a jumper near the mainboard battery.
If there is one, and it is a three pin style, move the jumper from the side it is on to the other side, then turn the power on (generally it will spin up, but nothing will happen), and then back off. Replace the jumper as it was originally and boot the system.
If there is a two pin jumper, remove the jumper, turn the computer on (again, it will probably not do anything), then turn the computer off and replace the jumper and reboot.
If there is no jumper, remove the battery, turn the system on, then off, then replace the battery and reboot.
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
SOURCE: hard disk upgrade
the above solution working fine, the ibm customer care people one REENA fails to answer this problem and she stop the chat section also verry arogent person. 1 TB segate hard disk sata working fine with x3400 sever and they provide 5 year warrenty also. thanks segate..
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
strange. with 4gb of ram, it should be fast. try to install better version of windows like win 7. it could help you. just don't install vwindows vista cause is slow as hell. let me know if it worked
Posted on Jun 28, 2010
SOURCE: I am trying to install
A few questions:
1. Is this a new (clean) install? If so, have you installed the drivers for the RAID controller BEFORE you install the os? Most of the time Windows will ask for this as the os check your sysem. (You will see at the bottom of the screen "if you have a 3rd party controller and need to install drivers, do so now" or something to this effect.
2. If you already have an os on this system, (Server 2008) you may need to check the the HCL for SBS 2011 to make sure you hardware is correct for the install.
Posted on Aug 12, 2011
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