How to troubleshoot the system Memory Of Dell Power Edge R430?

Dell power Edge R430 is a two-socket 1RU server features Intel® Xeon® processor E5–2600 v4 product family.

Dell power Edge R430 has DDR4 DIMMs memory with up to 2400MT/s and 12 DIMM slots with 4GB/8GB/16GB/32GB of memory.

The eight front slots are assigned to the first CPU socket while the second CPU socket gets four slots.

This will help in cutting cost by specifying a single CPU and still upgrade to 256GB of memory.

Troubleshooting the Dell Power Edge R430 server:

1. If the system is operational, run the appropriate system diagnostic test. If the diagnostic tests indicate a fault, then follow the corrective actions provided by the diagnostic tests.

2. If the system is not operational, turn off the system and attached peripherals, and unplug the system from the power source. Wait at least for 10 seconds, and then reconnect the system to the power source.

3. Turn on the system and attached peripherals, and note the messages on the screen. If an error message is displayed indicating a fault with a specific memory module, swap or replace the module with a known working memory module.

4. Enter System Setup, and check the system memory setting. Make any changes to the memory settings, if needed. If the memory settings match the installed memory but the problem still persists, swap or replace the module with a known working memory module.

5. Turn off the system and attached peripherals, and disconnect the system from the electrical outlet.

6. Remove the system cover.

7. Check the memory channels and ensure that they are populated correctly. See the system event log or system messages for the location of the failed memory module. Reinstall the memory device.

8. Reseat the memory modules in their sockets.

9. Install the system cover.

10. Enter System Setup and check the system memory setting. If the problem is not resolved, proceed to step 11.

11. Remove the system cover.

12. If a diagnostic test or error message indicates a specific memory module as faulty, swap or replaces the module with a known working memory module.

13. To troubleshoot an unspecified faulty memory module, replace the memory module in the first DIMM socket with a module of the same type and capacity. If an error message is displayed on the screen, this may indicate a problem with the installed DIMM type(s), incorrect DIMM installation, or defective DIMM(s). Follow the on-screen instructions to resolve the problem.

14. Install the system cover.

15. As the system boots, observe any error message that is displayed and the diagnostic indicators on the front of the system.

16. If the memory problem persists, repeat step 12 through step 15 for each memory module installed.

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