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ATI Rage error - unable to map required address for graphics card

 
system ya
Occasional Advisor

ATI Rage error - unable to map required address for graphics card

I have a similar problem to the one mentioned in a thread called "ATI Rage error - unable to map required". it started when I installed a new product (Tivoli remote control 3.8.1). And after 7 hours I got the event of ATI-Rage (“unable to map required address range for graphics card”) and then my server crashed.
Could this crash might have happened because the Tivoli remote control tried to use the ATI driver of the insight board card that wasn’t loaded successfull
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Victor Pendlebury
Valued Contributor

Re: ATI Rage error - unable to map required address for graphics card

Hi

Which hardware is it ?

So you have a Riloe card ?

Is yes, check that it is installed in the recommended PCI slot as this may conflict with your onboard video

Vic
system ya
Occasional Advisor

Re: ATI Rage error - unable to map required address for graphics card

What is a Riloe card?

Anyway, the hardware specs:
System Model = ProLiant DL580
OS Name = Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server
Version = 5.0.2195 Service Pack42 Build 2195
Display Adapter = ATI Technologies Inc. RAGE IIC PCI
Adapter Type = ATI 3D RAGE IIC PCI (A21), ATI Technologies Inc. compatible.
Driver Provider: ATI Technologies Inc.
The following system error appears just before the crash:
"atirage":
Unable to map required address ranges for graphics card.

And about the PCI- we got the servers packed and ready for use from HP. We did not modify the hardware there by ourselves.


Thanks!
Terry Hutchings
Honored Contributor

Re: ATI Rage error - unable to map required address for graphics card

I would recommend taking a look at:

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?objectID=PSD_EM000405_CW01

This is a common error in the event viewer when running Windows 2000 or 2003 and a Remote Insight Board is installed.
The truth is out there, but I forgot the URL..