I have been given an HP NetServer LPr P3-750 from work to run at home. The only thing my boss did before he gave it to me was remove the memory and put it into another NetServer LPr P3-750 which we still use at work.
I have tried inserting many different modules but the thing just won't work. I do not get any error beeps from the server when I boot it up but I do not get a picture either. I do not know if this is a memory problem or if there is something else.
Does anyone have any ideas?
Thanks and kind regards
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Re: NetServer LPr P3-750 won't boot
Well, what kind of memory are you trying to use?
I did some research on the product itself and found out that it requires 100MHz registered ECC SDRAM!
If you put in a different speed memory or non-ECC it more than likely won't work!
If that's not the situation then get back to me!
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Code Beeps POST Routine Description 16h 1-2-2-3 BIOS ROM checksum 20h 1-3-1-1 Test DRAM refresh 22h 1-3-1-3 Test 8742 Keyboard Controller 2Ch 1-3-4-1 RAM failure on address line xxxx* 2Eh 1-3-4-3 RAM failure on data bits xxxx* of low byte of memory bus 46h 2-1-2-3 Check ROM copyright notice 58h 2-2-3-1 Test for unexpected interrupts 98h 1-2 Search for option ROMs. One long, two short beeps on checksum failure. B4h 1 One short beep before boot
Use the other PCI slots. When using 3rd
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Please make sure that the printer is working okay if directlysd connected to the MAC computer. You may try this as well. hope this helps
Description LPR (line printer remote) is a platform independent printing protocol that is associate with TCP/IP. It works by using LPR client software that communicates to a server running LPR services.
In terms of PSU, LPR printing will become the basis for all network printing while Novell print queues are phased out. Therefore, all Macintosh, Windows, and Unix computers will be configured to print through LPR.
· The name of LPR print queue. This can be found by searching the LPR printer database.
· LaserWriter print drivers version 8.5.1 or newer
· The Macintosh must have a working TCP/IP networking configuration. (If the Mac can browse the web then it's working.)
· a server running LPR services or a printer that supports LPR printing. Most HP LaserJet printers support LPR. However, only the following LaserWriters support LPR printing:
1.Open up the Applications folder from the OS X menu. 2.Open up the Utilities folder 3.Now open up the Print Center 4.If you have no printers installed you will see the following screen. Click on Add. 5.On the following screen, select LPR printing. 6.Now enter printhost.oit.pdx.edu for the LPR Printer's address. 7.Uncheck Use Default Queue on Server option and enter the queue name of the printer. 8.Select the printer model. 9.The completed settings should be similar to the following: (LPR Printer’s address is the ip of our PRINTSERVER) 10.Click on Add 11.Your printer has successfully been installed. Test the printer by printing something to it.
Of course they're still useful to someone. Sounds like i'd start with craigslist or ebay. Some of the servers will be heavy, so be sure to list that shipping from wherever you are to them is paid by the bidder. If you can, maybe you should try testing out the equipment to see if any of it works.
For example, Just the first entry sells new for 350, and used for about 175. You'll easily pick up 70-130 on ebay for these. In fact, I could use some of that equipment :-) Steven