Why does Microsoft Windows* show only 4GB memory, when I have 8GB memory installed?
PAE mode should be enabled.
No display when using 6 GB RAM with Dual-Rank Feature?
Only a total of four DIMMs can be populated when dual-rank memory is used. Please see the Tested Memory list for more details.
What type of riser cards are used on the Intel® Server Board SE7520JR2?
There are two PCI riser slots:
- Riser Slot 1: Supports low profile PCI-X 66/100MHz PCI-X cards
- Riser Slot 2: Using Intel® adaptive slot technology and different riser cards, this slot is capable of supporting full height PCI-X 66/100/133 or PCI-Express cards.
Front panel LED decorder.
The control panel houses six LEDs, which are viewable with or without the front bezel to display the system's operating state.
The following table identifies each LED and describes their functionality.
Missing microcode message during POST with an installation of a new processor.
|NIC1 / NIC2 Activity
|Power / Sleep
(on standby power)
||Legacy power on / ACPI S0 state |
||Sleep / ACPI S1 state |
||Power Off / ACPI S4 or S5 state |
(on standby power)
||Running / normal operation |
||Critical or non-recoverable condition. |
||Non-critical condition. |
||POST / system stop. |
||Provides an indicator for disk activity.|
||No hard disk activity |
||Identify active via command or button. |
Check for the compatibility of the processor against the server board being used. This information can be found under the compatibitliy section of the respective platforms. Perform a BIOS update to ensure that the processor microcode is integrated into the server board BIOS.
What do I do when a password is requested by the FRUSDR update utility?
Please refer to the Password May be Requested document for more information.
What SATA back plane and SATA RAID controller firmware do I need for the correct LED functionality on the Intel® Chassis?
Please refer the
SATA Backplane and SATA RAID Controller Firmware Matrix for LED Functionality document for more information.
Some hard drive LED activity will not work when using our Serial ATA (SATA) backplanes.
The Hard drive LED activity on our SATA backplanes is NOT only controlled by the GEM424 controller. They can also be driven by the drives themselves using pin 11 on the connector. Therefore, if a system has newer SATA drives that support this Drive Activity LED pin, the backplane LEDs will support drive activity regardless of what SATA controller is used.
How do I resolve 'noisy fan' issues?
Please make sure you install your system fans and CPU fans to the correct connector on the system board. Then update FRUSDR following the instruction associated with the FRUSDR update.
This applies to: