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A. J. Stuivenberg
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Replaced a faulty memory board in QBB 1 (for the second time, the first repl. was also a faulty) That solved the problem.
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Kusuma
Esteemed Contributor

Re: Solved

Hi AJ,

Glad that you resolved your problem.

However, I guess you wanted to reply in the following thread link. If so, please copy the contents from here and reply in the following original thread.

http://forums1.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=615222

Thanks,
Kusuma
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CA1130938
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Good Going AJ,

Just to check on something. If your replace just a DIMM within a module, be sure it is of the same type and manufacturer. The GS160 does not do well with a mix of manufacturers within a memory module.

It might run fine (for a while), but it could just as well turn around and bite you.