viernes, 19 de agosto de 2016

Dell PowerEdge 2850: Mensajes de Sistema

Mas documentacion que encontre guardada sobre este servidor, esta vez con informacion sobre los mensajes de sistema que puede entregar en pantalla el equipo al momento del encendido o inicio...

System Messages

System messages appear on the screen to notify you of a possible problem with the system. Table 2-9 lists the system messages that can occur and the probable cause and corrective action for each message.
NOTE: If you receive a system message that is not listed in Table 2-9, check the documentation for the application that is running when the message appears or the operating system's documentation for an explanation of the message and recommended action.

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 2-9. System Messages 

Message

Causes

Corrective Actions
Address mark not found
Faulty optical/diskette drive subsystem or hard-drive subsystem; faulty system board.See "Troubleshooting a Diskette Drive," "Troubleshooting an Optical Drive," and "Troubleshooting SCSI Hard Drives" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
Alert! Current configuration does not support redundant memory. Redundant memory is disabled.
Memory modules installed are not the same type and size in all banks; faulty memory module(s).Ensure that all banks contain memory modules of the same type and size and that they are properly installed. If the problem persists, see "Troubleshooting System Memory" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
Amount of available memory limited to 256 MB!
OS Install Mode is enabled in the System Setup program.Disable OS Install Mode in the System Setup program. See "Using the System Setup program" in the User's Guide.
Auxiliary device failure
Loose or improperly connected mouse or keyboard cable; faulty mouse or keyboard.See "Troubleshooting the Mouse" and "Troubleshooting the Keyboard" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
BIOS Update Attempt Failed!
Remote BIOS update attempt failed.Retry the BIOS update. If problem persists, see "Getting Help."
CD-ROM drive not found
IDE CD-ROM Controller option is enabled in the System Setup program, but the optical drive is not detected. If the system does not have an optical drive, disable the IDE CD-ROM Controller option in the System Setup program. See "Using the System Setup program" in the User's Guide.
If the system has an optical drive, ensure that it is properly connected. See "Troubleshooting an Optical Drive" in "Troubleshooting Your System.
CPUs with different cache sizes detected
Microprocessors with different cache sizes are installed.Ensure that all microprocessors have the same cache size and that they are properly installed. See "Processors" in "Installing System Options."
Decreasing available memory
Faulty or improperly installed memory modules.See "Troubleshooting System Memory" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
Diskette drive n seek failure
Incorrect configuration settings in the System Setup program.Run the System Setup program to correct the settings. See "Using the System Setup Program" in the User's Guide.
Faulty or improperly installed diskette drive.See "Troubleshooting a Diskette Drive" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
Diskette read failure
Faulty or improperly inserted diskette.Replace the diskette.
Diskette subsystem reset failed
Faulty or improperly installed diskette drive.See "Troubleshooting a Diskette Drive" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
ECC memory error
Faulty or improperly installed memory modules.See "Troubleshooting System Memory" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
Embedded RAID error
Embedded RAID firmware responds with an error.See "Getting Help."
Embedded RAID Firmware is not present
Embedded RAID Firmware does not respond.See "Getting Help."
Error: Incorrect memory configuration.
Ensure memory in slots DIMM1_A and DIMM1_B, DIMM2_A and DIMM2_B, DIMM3_A and DIMM3_B match identically in size, speed, and rank.
Unmatched DIMM pairs are detected.Ensure that the memory modules are installed in matched pairs. See "General Memory Module Installation Guidelines" in "Installing System Components."
Error: Incorrect memory configuration.
Memory slots DIMM3_A and DIMM3_B only support single rank DIMMs. Remove the dual rank DIMMs from slots DIMM3_A and DIMM3_B.
Dual-rank memory modules are installed in memory slots DIMM3_A and DIMM3_B. These memory slots do not support dual-rank memory modules.Remove the memory modules from slots DIMM3_A and DIMM3_B. See "General Memory Module Installation Guidelines" in "Installing System Components."
Error: Incorrect memory configuration.
Memory slots DIMM3_A and DIMM3_B must be empty if Dual Rank memory DIMMs are in slots DIMM2_A and DIMM2_B.
Memory modules are installed in memory slots DIMM3_A and DIMM3_B. These memory slots must be empty if dual rank DIMMs are installed in memory slots DIMM2_A and DIMM2_B.Remove the memory modules from slots DIMM3_A and DIMM3_B. See "General Memory Module Installation Guidelines" in "Installing System Components."
Error: Incorrect memory configuration.
Move DIMM3_A and DIMM3_B into DIMM2_A and DIMM2_B.
Memory modules are not populated from lowest-number bank to highest-number bank.Move memory modules from memory slots DIMM3_A and DIMM3_B into memory slots DIMM2_A and DIMM2_B. See "General Memory Module Installation Guidelines" in "Installing System Components."
Error: Incorrect memory configuration.
Swap the DIMMs in slots DIMM1_A and DIMM1_B with DIMMs in slots DIMM2_A and DIMM2_B.
Memory slots DIMM1_A and DIMM1_B must be populated with dual-rank DIMMs if dual-rank DIMMs are populated in the system. Swap the memory modules in DIMM1_A and DIMM1_B with the memory modules in slots DIMM2_A and DIMM2_B. See "General Memory Module Installation Guidelines" in "Installing System Components."
Error: Maximum PCI option ROM count exceeded!
Too many expansion cards have ROM enabled in the System Setup program.Disable ROM for some of the expansion cards. See "Using the System Setup Program" in the User's Guide.
Gate A20 failure
Faulty keyboard controller; faulty system board.See "Getting Help."
Hard disk controller failure
Incorrect configuration settings in System Setup program; improperly installed hard drive, or loose interface or power cable; faulty hard-drive controller subsystem.Run the System Setup program to correct the drive type. See "Using the System Setup Program" in the User's Guide. If the problem persists, see "Troubleshooting SCSI Hard Drives" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
Hard disk read failure
I/O parity interrupt at address
Faulty or improperly installed expansion card.See "Troubleshooting Expansion Cards" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
Invalid configuration information - please run SETUP program
Incorrect configuration settings in System Setup program; NVRAM_CLR jumper is installed; faulty system battery.Check the System Setup configuration settings. See "Using the System Setup Program" in the User's Guide. Remove the NVRAM_CLR jumper. See Figure A-2 for jumper location. If the problem persists, see "Troubleshooting the System Battery" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
Invalid NVRAM configuration, resource re-allocated
System configuration data has been ignored.Check the System Setup configuration settings. See "Using the System Setup Program" in the User's Guide.
Invalid SCSI configuration
SCSI cable detected on connector SCSIB of the SCSI backplane, daughter card not present
A SCSI cable is connected to the channel B connector on the SCSI backplane board; SCSI backplane daughter card is not installed.If a cable is connected to the SCSIB backplane board connector, the SCSI backplane daughter card must be installed. Install the backplane daughter card. See "Installing a SCSI Backplane Daughter Card" in "Installing Drives."
Keyboard controller failure
Faulty keyboard controller; faulty system board.See "Getting Help."
Keyboard clock line failure
Loose or improperly connected keyboard cable; faulty keyboard; faulty keyboard controller.See "Troubleshooting the Keyboard" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
Keyboard data line failure
Keyboard failure
Keyboard stuck key failure
Memory address line failure at address, read value expecting value
Faulty or improperly installed memory modules.See "Troubleshooting System Memory" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
Memory double word logic failure at address, read value expecting value
Memory high address line failure at start address to end address
Memory high data line failure at start address to end address
Memory odd/even logic failure at start address to end address
Memory write/read failure at address, read value expecting value
Memory parity failure at start address to end address
Faulty or improperly installed memory modules.See "Troubleshooting System Memory" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
Memory parity error at address
No boot device available
Faulty or missing optical/diskette drive subsystem, hard drive, or hard-drive subsystem.Use a bootable diskette, CD, or hard drive. If the problem persists, see "Troubleshooting a Diskette Drive," "Troubleshooting an Optical Drive," and "Troubleshooting SCSI Hard Drives" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
No boot sector on hard-disk
No operating system on hard drive.Check the hard-drive configuration settings in the System Setup program. See "Using the System Setup Program" in the User's Guide.
No PXE-capable device available
<F12> pressed during POST and no PXE devices are detected.Check the configuration settings in the System Setup program for the NICs. See "Using the System Setup Program" in the User's Guide. If the problem persists, see "Troubleshooting a NIC" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
No timer tick interrupt
Faulty system board.See "Getting Help."
Not a boot diskette
No operating system on diskette.Use a bootable diskette.
PCI BIOS failed to install
Loose cables to expansion card(s); faulty or improperly installed expansion card.Ensure that all appropriate cables are securely connected to the expansion cards. If the problem persists, see "Troubleshooting Expansion Cards" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
PCIe Degraded Link Width Error: Embedded Bus#nn/Dev#nn/Funcn
Expected Link Width is n
Actual Link Width is n
Faulty or improperly installed PCIe card or expansion-card cage.Reseat the PCIe cards and the expansion-card cage. See "Expansion-Card Cage" and "Expansion Cards." If the problem persists, see "Getting Help."
PCIe Degraded Link Width Error: Slot n
Expected Link Width is n
Actual Link Width is n
Faulty or improperly installed PCIe card in the specified slot number. Reseat the PCIe card in the specified slot number. See "Expansion Cards." If the problem persists, see "Getting Help."
PCIe Training Error: Embedded Bus#nn/Dev#nn/Funcn
Faulty or improperly installed PCIe card or expansion-card cage.Reseat the PCIe cards and the expansion-card cage. See "Expansion-Card Cage" and "Expansion Cards." If the problem persists, see "Getting Help."
PCIe Training Error: Slot n
Faulty or improperly installed PCIe card in the specified slot number. Reseat the PCIe card in the specified slot number. See "Expansion Cards." If the problem persists, see "Getting Help."
Plug & Play Configuration Error Embedded xxx
Error encountered in initializing PCI device; faulty system board.Install the NVRAM_CLR jumper and reboot the system. See Figure A-2 for jumper location. If the problem persists, see "Troubleshooting Expansion Cards" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
Plug & Play Configuration Error PCI_n
Error encountered in initializing PCI adapter.
Primary backplane is not present
Faulty or improperly installed SCSI backplane board.See "Getting Help."
Processor n internal error
Faulty microprocessor; faulty system board.See "Troubleshooting the Microprocessors" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
Processor bus parity error
Processor in socket 1 not installed!
No microprocessor installed in primary microprocessor socket.Install a microprocessor in the primary microprocessor socket. See "Processors" in "Installing System Options."
Remote access controller error
Embedded remote access memory may be temporarily corrupted.To clear the embedded remote access memory, shut down the system, disconnect the power cords, wait approximately 30 seconds, reconnect the power cords, and restart the system. If the problem persists, see "Getting Help."
Remote access controller is not present
SCSI cable not present on connector A or B of the primary backplane
SCSI cable is loose, improperly connected, or faulty.Check the SCSI cable connection. If problem persists, add or replace SCSI cable. See "Getting Help".
Shutdown failure
Shutdown test failure.See "Troubleshooting System Memory" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
Spare bank enabled
Memory spare bank enabledYou can enable memory spare bank using the System Setup program if the memory is configured to support this feature. For more information, see "General Memory Module Installation Guidelines" in "Installing System Components," and Using the System Setup Program" in your User's Guide.
System backplane error
Faulty or improperly installed SCSI backplane board.See "Getting Help."
System halted! Must power down
Wrong password entered too many times.Information only.
The amount of system memory has changed
Memory has been added or removed or a memory module may be faulty.If memory has been added or removed, this message is informative and can be ignored. If memory has not been added or removed, check the SEL to determine if single-bit or multi-bit errors were detected and replace the faulty memory module. See "Troubleshooting System Memory" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
Time-of-day clock stopped
Faulty battery.See "Troubleshooting the System Battery" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
Time-of-day not set - please run SETUP program
Incorrect Time or Date settings; faulty system battery.Check the Time and Date settings. See "Using the System Setup Program" in the User's Guide. If the problem persists, replace the system battery. See "Replacing the System Battery" in "Installing System Options."
Timer chip counter 2 failed
Faulty system board.See "Getting Help."
Unsupported CPU combination
Microprocessor(s) is not supported by the system.Install a supported microprocessor combination. See "Processors" in "Installing System Options."
Unsupported CPU stepping detected
Unsupported DIMM detected in the RAID DIMM slot!
RAID memory module is not supported by the system.Install a correct version of the RAID memory module. See "Activating the Integrated RAID Controller" in "Installing Drives."
Unsupported RAID key detected!
RAID hardware key is not supported by the system.Install the RAID hardware key for your specific system. See "Activating the Integrated RAID Controller" in "Installing Drives."
Utility partition not available
The <F10> key was pressed during POST, but no utility partition exists on the boot hard drive.Create a utility partition on the boot hard drive. See "Using the Dell OpenManage Server Assistant CD" in your User's Guide."
The VRM for the processor in socket n is not installed.
Specified microprocessor VRM is faulty, unsupported, improperly installed, or missing.This message is not applicable to this system.
Warning: Detected mode change from RAID to SCSI x of the embedded RAID subsystem.
Type of controller has changed from optional RAID (when available) to SCSI since previous system boot.Back up information on the hard drives before changing the type of controller used with the drives.
Warning: Detected mode change from SCSI to RAID x of the embedded RAID subsystem.
Type of controller has changed from SCSI to optional RAID (when available) since previous system boot.Back up information on the hard drives before changing the type of controller used with the drives.
Warning: Detected missing RAID hardware for the embedded RAID subsystem. Data loss will occur! Press Y to switch mode to SCSI, press any other key to disable both channels. Press Y to confirm the change; press any other key to cancel.
Type of controller has changed since previous system boot.Back up information on the hard drives before changing the type of controller used with the drives.
Warning: Firmware is out-of-date, please update.
Firmware error.Update the firmware. See "Getting Help."
Warning! No microcode update loaded for processor X
BIOS error.Update the BIOS firmware. See "Getting Help."
Write fault
Faulty diskette, optical/diskette drive assembly, hard drive, or hard-drive subsystem.See "Troubleshooting a Diskette Drive," "Troubleshooting an Optical Drive," and "Troubleshooting SCSI Hard Drives" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
Write fault on selected drive
NOTE: For the full name of an abbreviation or acronym used in this table, see the "Glossary" in the User's Guide.

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