I have a dell poweredge T105 with 6 GB of installed memory and a dell t105 with 4 gb of memory. Both of these are throwing out on start up: Warning: Memory configuration is not optimal. press f1 to continue or f2 to setup
the 6gb is as follows:
DIMM 1: 2gb
DIMM 2: 2 gb <- installed in matched pairs per Dell user manual
the 4 gb is 4 matched 1gb sticks, one in each of the 4 dimms.
I can't find anything in the bios setup to stop this warning, and making a change and saving it doesn't seem to work. They are both running Server 08 R2 with the latest Bios (1.4.4).
Any ideas? Its a pain in the neck when I have to remote reboot...
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