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3.0charlie

3.0 "I kill SR2's" Charlie
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I can't believe I'm actually down to using V7 on Linux with the bigadv flag... heck, even SMP completed WUs won't upload.
 

jtktam

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Still had issues with the error 75, so I decided to stop folding altogether, and use my Server2008 R2 drive - and do some memtest runs on the 16 sticks, just for the fun of it.

Hmm. Errors. Now the 100$ question. Which of the 16 sticks died... :doh:
On my supermicro boards, the POST actually tells me which stick died.. does yours do that?

-joe
 

3.0charlie

3.0 "I kill SR2's" Charlie
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Took me a while, but I did find a BIOS setting that lit up the board with LEDs, including failed mem sticks.
 

Zink

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Took me a while, but I did find a BIOS setting that lit up the board with LEDs, including failed mem sticks.
Yep, the Tyan s8812 has lots of LEDs if you don't disable them. I keep them off because I run mine unobtrusively on top of my refrigerator in the basement.
 

3.0charlie

3.0 "I kill SR2's" Charlie
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Nope - running on Wireless N drops no packets. Go figure... I'll play wit the board later on next week, and send a ticket to Tyan. In case the board's NICs are toasted. Better have it replaced under warranty.
 

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