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ml350 g3 frequent NMI error

jun guevarra
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ml350 g3 frequent NMI error

What to do if ml350 g3 frequently hang and restart due to error: "The system encountered a Non-Maskable Interrupt (NMI) prior to this boot. The NMI source was: Uncorrectable memory error, slot 0, socket 3, or slot 0, socket 4.

thanks in advance..
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TY 007
Honored Contributor

Re: ml350 g3 frequent NMI error

Hello Jun,

Update to Latest Firmware for ML350G3:
http://h18004.www1.hp.com/support/files/server/us/download/27783.html

Thanks
James ~ Happy Dude
Honored Contributor

Re: ml350 g3 frequent NMI error

Hello Jun,

As it Says, try taking out the memories in those slots ONE-BY-ONE;

Swap them with Spare DIMMs if you have one.

Either its the DIMM thats Faulty or the Memory slot on the system board;

The above process will let you know which one, & replace the faulty parts accordingly;

Regards,
James.
jun guevarra
Occasional Visitor

Re: ml350 g3 frequent NMI error

Sir,

is there any minimal fixes to this problem? due that my ML350 g3 machine holds our online database and its very critical to update such firmware.
thanks..
jun guevarra
Occasional Visitor

Re: ml350 g3 frequent NMI error

Sir James,

thanks for your advice. that's my next workaround as soon as my box restart or hang.
James ~ Happy Dude
Honored Contributor

Re: ml350 g3 frequent NMI error

Sure Jun,

Sir, Lord, Lady, Earl, Countess, Duke etc are ESTEEMED titles given to Very Very Special individuals !

I am not one of them, (yet !!)

"James" will do just fine !


Regards,
James.
TY 007
Honored Contributor

Re: ml350 g3 frequent NMI error

Hello Jun,

"Comrade James" also applicable :)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comrade

In Mainland old days,
"Comrade" == "(people with) the same spirit, goal, ambition, etc."

Thanks
HP Forum User
Occasional Contributor

Re: ml350 g3 frequent NMI error

Good day All,

I'm a bit late to the ballgame, so to speak, but I recently started experiencing this issue as well.

I'm trouble though because I only have 2 DIMM's installed, in slot 1 and slot 2. So I'm slightly confused because the error message, on the surface, would seem to indicate the problem is with a non-populated slot. Am I misinterpreting the error?

Thanks much in advance - I'm about to pull the 2 existing DIMM's and replace with 1 DIMM (I didn't realize that best performance comes from pairs when I ordered. D'oh!)