Re: Kernel panics on new machine
Yes, I have the DIMMs in banks 1 and 2 out of 4 and I've removed and
reseated them; I have swapped out the SATA cable, there are no PCI
or PCI Express cards (system is headless.)
And it looks like it was just that easy; I pulled one DIMM and ran
the system on a single 512, problem gone; I wrote out 3 separate
100gb files without incident.
It makes no sense to me as the RAM was fine in the other system, I
never had problems.
Oh well, guess I'm getting new RAM.
thanks, sorry to trouble the list with such a trivial thing.
Rob Klingsten wrote:
Hi folks, I am over my head here with kernel panics...
I've got a shiny new system: Tyan S2865 (nforce 4 ultra), AMD
Athlon x2 3800+, a single SATA-2 drive and 1gb of DDR400 RAM. The
board and CPU are brand new, the drive and RAM came from a desktop
machine which I had no problems with so I think those things are ok.
Does the motherboard require the RAM modules to be in pairs? If so,
The usual warnings about seating of modules and cables also apply.
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