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V240 ERROR: CPU0 DIMM 0 SPD reports DIMM cycle .....

V240 ERROR: CPU0 DIMM 0 SPD reports DIMM cycle .....

V240 ERROR: CPU0 DIMM 0 SPD reports DIMM cycle .....

We have just removed a new V240 from its SUN sealed factory box - it was configured by SUN for Avaya and was to being used as an Avaya Interactive Voice Response application server (IR). It is 4-5 years old and we initially had to replace the CMOS battery as it was under voltage.

So when it boots up - watching via the serial mgm port and putty on our laptop ... we get this error message and a reboot out of ALOM.

ERROR: CPU0 DIMM 0 SPD reports DIMM cycle time is less than 133 MHz ... rebooting.

We tested everything carefully ... original large configuration was - (2) 1.59 Ghz CPU - 16gb mem PC-2100 - (4) 146gb drives.

From reading some very old SUN forum posts I found that the issue might be the OBP version running on this server- but - that doesn't make sense as it has never been powered up after SUN custom configured it and loaded Solaris 10 on it for Avaya.

I am thinking our lab tech will swap out faster PC-2700 matching 2 gb memory mods ...

Any ideas?

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