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NetServer LPr P3-750 won't boot

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 Steve.

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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! Regards, Babb

Posted on Apr 30, 2007

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