Digital Server 3200 error: EISA Configuration NVRAM Bad - Run Configuration Utility
Posted on 2005-04-22
So its basically that. When I boot up my Digital Server 3200 i get the following warning:
EISA Configuration NVRAM Bad - Run Configuration Utility
then after everything is loaded I need to press F1 to resume
I've tried everything to fix this. Tried to load the SCU (i get an NVRAM error) changed jumper to "clear" NVRAM (does nothing), etc
is there something I can fisically remove? I though it would be something like a normal motherboard battery, that you can clean memory by removing.. havent found anything like that here...
anyone know what I'd need to do to completely reset all memory configurations and start fresh? or at least how "fix" NVRAM?
This is so importaint, i've spent hours and hours with this, any pointers would be greatly apreciated.