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Torsten.
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Re: boot problem

previous post:

"my server is not up ..its not running "

He is not even able to get to the boot menu ... :-(

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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Ron Irving
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Re: boot problem

Ok...here's my $1.99.

Pull all memory out, leaving in 0A and 0B, and try again.

I think we're still not entirely clear on what type of system this is. It has GSP, so probably L or N class?
Should have been an astronaut.
Dennis Handly
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Re: boot problem

>Torsten: previous post: "my server is not up"

I covered that with "if". Since he provided the uname output, he might have had the model output too.
Torsten.
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Re: boot problem

I agree, Dennis.

It could not be that hard to read the model from the label I think ...


But removing all memory and start with minimum is also a good start ...

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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prasadb
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Re: boot problem

tkc and Ron got it right, i didn't have the knowledge to place the RAMs now i have placed it as - 1st pair (0A, 0B)..

Now i am happy because of all your's suggestions and the your valuable time ..

many thanks once again...