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Corrected Memory Error threshold exceeded ERRORS for BL460G6 Blades when loading Windows 2008 x64 OS

jdeavers919
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Corrected Memory Error threshold exceeded ERRORS for BL460G6 Blades when loading Windows 2008 x64 OS

After installing any of the 12 blades with Windows 2008 x64 OS the triggers an error in the IML logs in the HP Blade System Onboard Administrator with several of the following errors: Corrected Memory Error threshold exceeded ((Processor 2, Memory Module 4)) Corrected Memory Error threshold exceeded ((Processor 1, Memory Module 2)) Corrected Memory Error threshold exceeded ((Processor 2, Memory Module 6)) We have opened a case with HP but since 10/25/09 they have not responded with any resolution or advisories. Not sure if this is normal error or if this is a problem with the Memory or OS?? HP HW tech came out and swapped the DIMMs but we are still experiencing this same problem per IML logs. Other blades are identical but running ESX 4 and there is not errors with Memory or Processor???
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Kurt Skjold Johannessen
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Corrected Memory Error threshold exceeded ERRORS for BL460G6 Blades when loading Windows 2008 x64 OS

Did you get an answer on this one if not there is an advisory for a specific 8Gb module that causes this a a look at Advisory: c01916240 Certain HP ProLiant G6-Series 2P Servers - CUSTOMER ACTION RECOMMENDED To Prevent Erroneous "Correctable Memory Error-Threshold Exceeded" Message and LED Illuminating Amber on SID: Change the Power Management Setting In the RBSU At http://bizsupport1.austin.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?objectID=c01916240&lang=en&cc=us&taskId=101&prodSeriesId=3884098&prodTypeId=3709945