viernes, 19 de agosto de 2016

Dell PowerEdge 2850: Codigos de Pitido o Beep Codes

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System Beep Codes

If an error that cannot be reported on the screen occurs during POST, the system may emit a series of beeps that identifies the problem.
NOTE: If the system boots without a keyboard, mouse, or monitor attached, the system does not issue beep codes related to those peripherals.
If a beep code is emitted, write down the series of beeps and then look it up in Table 2-10. If you are unable to resolve the problem by looking up the meaning of the beep code, use system diagnostics to identify the possible cause. If you are still unable to resolve the problem, see "Getting Help."

CAUTION: Only trained service technicians are authorized to remove the system cover and access any of the components inside the system. See your Product Information Guide for complete information about safety precautions, working inside the computer, and protecting against electrostatic discharge.

Table 2-10. System Beep Codes 

Code

Cause

Corrective Action
1-1-2
CPU register test failure.Replace microprocessor 1. See "Processors" in "Installing System Board Options." If the problem persists, replace microprocessor 2.
1-1-3
CMOS write/read failure; faulty system board.See "Getting Help."
1-1-4
BIOS error.Reflash the BIOS firmware. See "Getting Help."
1-2-1
Programmable interval-timer failure; faulty system board.See "Getting Help."
1-2-2
DMA initialization failure.See "Troubleshooting System Memory" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
1-2-3
DMA page register write/read failure.
1-3-1
Main-memory refresh verification failure.
1-3-2
No memory installed.
1-3-3
Chip or data line failure in the first 64 KB of main memory.
1-3-4
Odd/even logic failure in the first 64 KB of main memory.
1-4-1
Address line failure in the first 64 KB of main memory.
1-4-2
Parity failure in the first 64 KB of main memory.
1-4-3
Fail-safe timer test failure.
1-4-4
Software NMI port test failure.
2-1-1 through
2-4-4
Bit failure in the first 64 KB of main memory.
3-1-1
Slave DMA-register failure.See "Getting Help."
3-1-2
Master DMA-register failure.
3-1-3
Master interrupt-mask register failure.
3-1-4
Slave interrupt-mask register failure.
3-2-2
Interrupt vector loading failure.
3-2-4
Keyboard-controller test failure.See "Troubleshooting the Keyboard" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
3-3-1
CMOS failure.See "Getting Help."
3-3-2
System configuration check failure.
3-3-3
Keyboard controller not detected.
3-3-4
Video memory test failure.
3-4-1
Screen initialization failure.
3-4-2
Screen-retrace test failure.
3-4-3
Video ROM search failure.
4-2-1
No timer tick.
4-2-2
Shutdown test failure.
4-2-3
Gate A20 failure.
4-2-4
Unexpected interrupt in protected mode.See "Troubleshooting Expansion Cards" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
4-3-1
Improperly installed or faulty memory modules.See "Troubleshooting System Memory" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
4-3-2
No memory modules installed in bank 1.Install memory modules in bank 1 of the same type and size. See "Installing Memory Modules" in "Installing System Options."
4-3-3
Faulty system board.See "Getting Help."
4-3-4
Time-of-day clock stopped.See "Troubleshooting the System Battery" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
4-4-1
Super I/O chip failure; faulty system board.See "Getting Help."
4-4-2
BIOS-shadowing failure.See "Troubleshooting System Memory" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
4-4-3
Microprocessor speed control sequence failure.See "Troubleshooting the Microprocessors" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
4-4-4
Cache test failure; faulty microprocessor.
NOTE: For the full name of an abbreviation or acronym used in this table, see the "Glossary" in the User's Guide.

Warning Messages

A warning message alerts you to a possible problem and prompts you to respond before the system continues a task. For example, before you format a diskette, a message will warn you that you may lose all data on the diskette. Warning messages usually interrupt the task and require you to respond by typing y (yes) or n (no).
NOTE: Warning messages are generated by either the application or the operating system. For more information, see "Finding Software Solutions" and the documentation that accompanied the operating system or application.

Diagnostics Messages

When you run system diagnostics, an error message may result. Diagnostic error messages are not covered in this section. Record the message on a copy of the Diagnostics Checklist in "Getting Help," and then follow the instructions in that section for obtaining technical assistance.

Alert Messages

Systems management software generates alert messages for your system. Alert messages include information, status, warning, and failure messages for drive, temperature, fan, and power conditions. For more information, see the systems management software documentation.

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