Question about Dell PowerEdge T300 Server
E1410 cpu 1 error
Posted by Anonymous on
The e1410 is an error that is reporting an interruption to the CPU processes. It isn't identifying an issue with the processor specifically, it is just saying its processes were interrupted. Normally when you see the E1410 you will see another error listed with it in the hardware log. Do you see any other errors in the log? Also, what is the BIOS and Drac versions at currently? I ask because the server being very out of date can cause issues like this as well.
Let me know what you see.
Posted on Sep 04, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dell PowerEdge 840
Look in Bios setup for OS Install mode setting. If it is enabled, it restricts the RAM to 256MB. Change the setting to off and it will sense the total RAM
Posted on Dec 09, 2007
is there an error message that appears? can you check error logs? I need more information to be able to help you. I would first try to blow dust out of the fans, as it may be over heating, another possibility is that there is software on the machine that is causing it to shut down.
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
SOURCE: Dell Poweredge 1800 server
Hi the Power Supply also needs to be upgraded for the additional RAM and new CPU . Please look into this aspect. My opinion a slightly Overrated PS would be better .
Posted on May 07, 2008
The BIOS check can freeze for many reasons.
Can you tell me if this is an existing system that was working fine and then had this problem, or is this a new (or new to you) system?
Can you give more information on what is actually showing on the screen?
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
I am working on one of these now and yes, it should boot from DVDROM. Be aware that it is a notebook style drive and there are no onboard IDE or SATA controllers, so once the drive dies you're in for a wallet hit. Same goes for the floppy drive which is integrated with the DVDROM. Even worse, the presence of the broken floppy usually means a USB floppy drive won't help when loading windows drivers at install time.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
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