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    Reproduction in any manner whatsoever without the written permission of Dell Computer Corporation is strictly forbidden. Trademarks used in this text: Dell, the DELL logo, and PowerEdge are registered trademarks and DellWare is a registered service mark of Dell Computer Corporation; Intel, Pentium, and LANDesk are registered trademarks and MMX, Intel386, Intel486, IntelDX2, and IntelDX4 are trademarks of Intel Corporation;...

  • Page 3: Safety Instructions

    • Position your system so that the monitor and key- board are directly in front of you as you work. Special shelves are available (from Dell and other sources) to help you correctly position your keyboard.

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    • Set the monitor at a comfortable viewing distance (usually 510 to 610 millimeters [20 to 24 inches] from your eyes). • Make sure the monitor screen is at eye level or slightly lower when you are sitting in front of the monitor.

  • Page 5: Protecting Against Electrostatic Discharge

    CAUTIONS: Do not attempt to service the com- puter system yourself, except as explained in this guide and elsewhere in Dell documentation. Always follow installation and service instructions closely. To help avoid possible damage to the system board,...

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    Preface bout This Guide This guide is intended for anyone who uses the Dell PowerEdge 2200 computer systems. The guide can be used by both first-time and experienced computer users who want to learn about the features and operation of the systems or who want to upgrade their computers.

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    Documentation is included with any options you purchase separately from your system. This docu- mentation includes information that you need to configure and install these options in your Dell com- puter. Installation instructions for the options are also included in this guide.

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    ypographical Conventions The following list defines (where appropriate) and illus- trates typographical conventions used as visual cues for specific elements of text throughout this document: • Keycaps, the labeling that appears on the keys on a keyboard, are enclosed in angle brackets. Example: <Enter>...

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    Chapter 2 Using the Dell Server Assistant CD ......2-1 Booting the CD ............2-1 CD Main Menu .

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    Boot Device Settings ..........3-2 SCSI Device Settings .

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    Chapter 4 Using the System Setup Program ......4-1 System Setup Screens ..........4-1 Entering the System Setup Program .

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    System Backup Reminder ......... 4-10 Virus Check Reminder .

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    Set Date and Set Time ..........5-10 Maintain System Configuration Diskette.

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    Chapter 7 Installing System Board Options ......7-1 System Orientation ........... 7-2 Expansion Cards.

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    Appendix A Technical Specifications ....... . . A-1 Appendix B Hardware Configuration Features .

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    Power Protection Devices..........C-6 Surge Protectors .

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    Appendix F Beep Codes and System Messages ......F-1 System Error Messages ..........F-1 System Beep Codes .

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    SCSI Interface Cable ........9-3 Figure 9-3. SCSI Cable for a PowerEdge 2200 System ....9-4 Figure 9-4.

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    Table B-5. Pin Assignments for the Keyboard Connector ....B-8 Table B-6. Pin Assignments for the Mouse Connector ....B-8 Table B-7.

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  • Page 23: Introduction

    Features The PowerEdge 2200 systems offer the following major features: • One or two Pentium II microprocessors with an internal operating frequency of 233 or 266 megahertz (MHz) and an external bus speed of 66 MHz.

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    SCSI CD-ROM drive installed in the exter- nally accessible bays and a SCSI hard-disk drive installed in one of the internal bays. The following software is included with your Dell com- puter system: • Video drivers for displaying many popular applica- tion programs in high-resolution modes.

  • Page 25: Supported Operating Systems, Front Panel, Connecting External Devices, Figure 1-1. Front Panel

    Windows NT Server 4.0 • NetWare 4.11 Operating system software is not included with PowerEdge 2200 systems. If you purchase the operating system software from Dell, installation instructions are included on the CD-ROM that contains the operating sys- tem software.

  • Page 26: Preventing Unauthorized Access Inside The Computer, Getting Help, Figure 1-2. Security Keylock

    If at any time you don’t understand a procedure described in this guide, or if your system does not perform as expected, Dell provides a number of tools to help you. For more information on these help tools, see the chapter titled “Getting Help”...

  • Page 27: Using The Dell Server Assistant Cd, Booting The Cd, Cd Main Menu, Choose Language

    CD Start the system before inserting the CD. To boot the CD, insert it into the PowerEdge 2200 system’s CD-ROM drive and press the reset button, after ensuring that any operating system has been shut down. When the system boots, the CD main menu appears.

  • Page 28: Create Diskettes, Video Drivers, Installing Video Drivers For Windows Nt 4.0, Asset Tag Utility

    You will need to install the video drivers for the operating system you install on your PowerEdge 2200 system, unless they were installed by Dell. Use the following pro- cedure to install the video drivers for the Windows NT operating system. NetWare provides a textual interface and does not require video drivers.

  • Page 29: Assigning And Deleting An Asset Tag Number, Table 2-1. Asset Tag Command-line Options

    Asset Tag utility. To use one of these options, type asset and a space followed by the option. Table 2-1. Asset Tag Command-Line Options Asset Tag Option Description Deletes the asset tag number Displays the Asset Tag utility help screen Using the Dell Server Assistant CD...

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  • Page 31: Installing And Configuring Scsi Drivers, The Readme.txt File, The Scsiselect Utility, Scsiselect Default Settings

    Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 • Novell NetWare 4.11 See Chapter 2, “Using the Dell Server Assistant CD,” for instructions on creating a diskette of drivers for your operating system. For instructions on configuring the SCSI device drivers, see the appropriate sections in this chapter.

  • Page 32: Basic Host Adapter Settings, Boot Device Settings, Table 3-1. Default Scsi Controller Settings

    SCSI ID. The default setting is SCSI ID 7, which allows the host adapter to support narrow Enabled SCSI devices in addition to wide SCSI devices. Dell recommends that you leave the host adapter set to Low On/High On SCSI ID 7.

  • Page 33: Scsi Device Settings, Advanced Host Adapter Settings

    Advanced Host Adapter Settings The advanced host adapter settings should not be changed unless absolutely necessary. Dell sets these val- ues and changing them may cause conflicts with the SCSI devices.

  • Page 34: Starting The Scsiselect Utility

    1 GB. To support hard-disk drives larger than 1 GB, the 78xx series host adapters include an extended translation scheme that supports hard-disk drives as Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide large as 8 GB under MS-DOS, with a maximum par- tition size of 2 GB.

  • Page 35: Using Scsiselect Menus, Using The Scsi Disk Utilities, Exiting Scsiselect, Installation For Windows Nt

    Installation Overview This section provides the information needed to install and use the Dell SCSI drivers for the 78xx series of SCSI controllers with the Windows NT operating system. The Windows NT 4.0 driver diskette you create for the Windows NT Server 4.0 operating system contains the...

  • Page 36: Installing Windows Nt 4.0 And The Driver

    Do you want to use the currently installed driver(s) or install new one(s). Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide If the following message appears, type a:\scsi\ in the dialog box and click OK: Please enter the full path to Adaptec’s installation files.

  • Page 37: Swapping A Host Adapter, Troubleshooting For Windows Nt, Installation For Novell Netware

    If you cannot determine the source of the error, contact Dell for assistance. See the chapter titled “Getting Help” in the Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Guide for instructions on contacting Dell for technical assistance.

  • Page 38: Installation Overview, Installing Ez-scsi

    Error messages generated during initialization Installation Overview This section provides the information needed to install and use the Dell SCSI drivers for NetWare 4.11. The Dell SCSI drivers for NetWare support the optional Adaptec AHA-2940UW and all Adaptec 78xx series SCSI controllers.

  • Page 39: Calculating The Slot Number, Installing Netware And The Driver

    When the first EZ-SCSI screen appears, read the text carefully. You can press <F1> on any screen for additional help. Press <Esc> to exit a Help screen. Press <Enter> to continue with the installation. Follow the instructions that appear on the screen. Press <Enter>...

  • Page 40: Performing A Netware 4.11 Installation, Using Netware To Install Or Update The Driver

    Insert the NetWare 4.11 driver diskette that you created earlier into the diskette drive. If you have not already created this diskette, refer to Chapter 2, “Using the Dell Server Assistant CD,” for instructions. Press <F3>, and specify the path to the aic7870.dsk driver for NetWare (for example,...

  • Page 41: Using The Load Command Line Options, Table 3-2. Load Command Line Options

    Copy the aic7870.dsk driver and aspitran.dsk mod- ule from the NetWare 4.11 driver diskette you created into the server’s start-up directory (usu- ally, c:\nwserver) on your hard-disk drive. Doing so overwrites any existing version of the driv- ers in the directory. NOTE: The aic7870.dsk and aspitran.dsk files are located in the scsi subdirectory on the diskette.

  • Page 42: Bit Mask Options, Sample Load Command, Figure 3-1. Bit Position

    0 0 0 0 0 000 0000 Figure 3-1. Bit Position 3-12 Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide Default Description Disables tagged queuing for specific targets. This disable bit mask is entered in hexadecimal format. (See the following subsection, “Bit Mask Options.”) Specifies the maximum number of segments in a scatter/gather list.

  • Page 43: Using Startup.ncf And Autoexec.ncf, Using Scsi Devices, Booting From A Scsi Device

    Using startup.ncf and autoexec.ncf The startup.ncf and autoexec.ncf files contain a set of commands that are executed at server start-up. The startup.ncf file contains commands to load the disk driv- ers. Once startup.ncf loads disk drivers, control is passed to the autoexec.ncf file to complete the boot pro- cess.

  • Page 44: Formatting Media, Using Removable Media, Table 3-4. Drive Status Items

    (zero). When formatting SCSI hard-disk drives or remov- able drives on the Adaptec 78xx host adapter SCSI bus, Dell recommends that you use an interleave value of 0. This 0 interleave value instructs the hard-disk drive to use its optimal interleave value. This option was unavail- able in NetWare 3.0.

  • Page 45: Using Netware-tested And -approved Drives, Using The Netware Tape Backup Utility

    can be set on the command line (see “Using the load Command Line Options” found earlier in this section.) The available settings for this option are defined as shown in Table 3-5. Table 3-5. Read After Write Verify Settings Option Setting Function Disabled All writes to SCSI disk drives are...

  • Page 46: Optimizing Performance, Troubleshooting For Netware, Nonhost Adapters, Host Adapters

    The driver failed in its attempt to reserve the host adapter’s hardware settings (that is, direct memory access 3-16 Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide [DMA] and interrupt request [IRQ] settings). Another card in your system may be causing a conflict with the host adapter.

  • Page 47: Using The System Setup Program, System Setup Screens

    After you set up your system, run the System Setup program to familiarize yourself with your system configu- ration information and optional settings. Dell recommends that you print out the System Setup screens or write down the information for future reference.

  • Page 48: Table 4-1. System Setup Keys

    Moves to the previous field. Moves the cursor to the top or bottom of the window. Decrements the value of the field. Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide Table 4-1. System Setup Keys (continued) Keys Action Increments the value of the field.

  • Page 49: Entering The System Setup Program, Figure 4-1. Main Menu Of The System Setup Program

    If you wait too long, your operating system begins to load into memory. In this case, let the system complete the load operation; then restart the system and try again. configuration options and system data Dell System PowerEdge 2200 Setup Main Advanced Security...

  • Page 50: Main Menu Categories, Time, Date, Diskette Drive A And Diskette Drive B, Fast Video Bios

    1.44 MB, 3.5 Inch (default for diskette A) • Not Installed (default for diskette B) Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide Fast Video BIOS Fast Video BIOS offers the options of shadowing and/or caching the video BIOS for improved performance.

  • Page 51: Boot Options Submenu Categories, Figure 4-2. Boot Options Submenu

    A. You might select the C: Only option to prevent an unautho- rized person from accessing the system by booting from a diskette. Dell System PowerEdge 2200 Setup Main Advanced Security...

  • Page 52: Num Lock, Speaker, Processor 1 And Processor 2, Level 2 Cache, Base Memory, Extended Memory

    Dell programmed into NVRAM dur- ing the manufacturing process. Reference this number during technical assistance or service calls. The service tag number is also accessed by certain Dell support soft- ware, including the diagnostics software. Asset Tag Asset Tag displays the asset tag number stored in the computer’s NVRAM.

  • Page 53: Advanced Menu Categories, Figure 4-3. Advanced Menu Of The System Setup Program

    To access the Advanced menu (see Figure 4-3), use the arrow keys to highlight Advanced. This section explains in detail each of the System Setup categories in the Advanced menu. configuration options and system data Dell System PowerEdge 2200 Setup Main Advanced Security Serial Port 1:...

  • Page 54: Serial Port 1, Serial Port 2, Parallel Port, Parallel Mode, Diskette Controller, Onboard Scsi

    378, IRQ7 (the default) • Auto The Auto option selects the next available combination. Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide Parallel Mode This category allows you to select from the following options: Output Only (AT-compatible) (the default), Bi- directional (Personal System/2 [PS/2]-compatible), and ECP (extended capabilities port).

  • Page 55: Figure 4-4. Security Menu Of The System Setup Program

    To access the Security menu (see Figure 4-4), use the arrow keys to highlight Security. This section explains in detail each of the System Setup categories in the Security menu. Dell System PowerEdge 2200 Setup Main Advanced Security Supervisor Password is:...

  • Page 56: Supervisor Password Is, User Password Is, Set Supervisor Password, Set User Password, Password On Boot

    Forgotten Password” found later in this chapter for information on disabling a forgotten supervisor password. 4-10 Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide Set User Password NOTE: You cannot set the user password until a supervi- sor password is set.

  • Page 57: Virus Check Reminder, Exit Menu Categories, Figure 4-5. Exit Menu Of The System Setup Program

    The options are as follows: • Disabled (default) • Daily • Weekly • Monthly Dell System PowerEdge 2200 Setup Main Advanced Security Save Changes & Exit Exit Without Saving Changes Get Default Values Load Previous Values Save Changes...

  • Page 58: Save Changes & Exit, Exit Without Saving Changes, Get Default Values, Load Previous Values

    Using the Supervisor Password Feature Your Dell system is shipped to you with the supervisor password set to Disabled, which allows you to enter the System Setup program and assign a password. When the...

  • Page 59: Using Your Supervisor Password To Secure Your System, Operating With A Supervisor Password Enabled

    “Assigning a Supervisor Password” found earlier in this section. Using the User Password Feature Your Dell system is shipped to you with the user pass- word feature set to Disabled. After you assign a user password, set the User Password Is category to Enabled,...

  • Page 60: Assigning A User Password, Using Your User Password To Secure Your System

    (PASSWD) on the sys- tem board (its default setting), the status shown in the User Password category is set to Disabled. 4-14 Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide Keep the following tips in mind when setting your password: •...

  • Page 61: Deleting Or Changing An Existing User Password, Disabling A Forgotten Password

    You must reboot the system before you can attempt to enter a password again Deleting or Changing an Existing User Password To disable the user password, press <Enter> to display the Set Password dialog box, and then press <Enter> two more times.

  • Page 62: Password Options, Table 4-2. Password Options

    3 below. The user can change only the Date, Time, Num Lock, Speaker, and Set User Password categories unless the supervisor pass- word is entered. 4-16 Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide Table 4-2. Password Options Boot Setup...

  • Page 63: Responding To Error Messages

    esponding to Error Messages If an error message appears on your monitor screen while the system is booting, make a note of the message. Then, before entering the System Setup program, refer to Appendix F, “Beep Codes and System Messages,” for an explanation of the message and suggestions for correct- ing any errors.

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  • Page 65: Using The Eisa Configuration Utility, Configuring Eisa, Isa, And Pci Expansion Cards, System Board Options

    Industry-Standard Architecture (ISA) cards manually by setting jumpers or switches. Before your system was shipped from Dell, a technician used the EISA Configuration Utility to enter the correct informa- tion for the expansion cards initially installed in your computer.

  • Page 66: How To Run The Eisa Configuration Utility, When To Run The Eisa Configuration Utility

    EISA configuration memory to operate properly. ow to Run the EISA Configura- tion Utility The EISA Configuration Utility is included on the Dell Server Assistant CD shipped with your system. This CD includes an EISA Configuration Utility directory that contains the main program plus a directory of .cfg files...

  • Page 67: Making Selections In The Eisa Configuration Utility, Using Online Instructions

    <Enter>. To run the program from the Dell Server Assistant CD, restart the system from the CD. Select Run EISA Configuration Utility from the CD’s main menu.

  • Page 68: Main Menu, Learn About Configuring Your Computer, Configure Computer, Step 1: Important Eisa Configuration Information

    EISA Configura- tion Utility. Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide When you select Configure Computer, the following menu appears on the screen: Steps in configuring your computer...

  • Page 69: Starting The Eisa Configuration Utility, Step 2: Add Or Remove Boards

    Step 2: Add or Remove Boards to verify that the system has detected and acknowledged any expansion cards Dell installed when you purchased your system. Use this option whenever you add or remove an expan- sion card and every time you reposition a card from one expansion slot to another in your computer.

  • Page 70: Step 3: View Or Edit Details

    Use the following procedure before an ISA expansion card is removed but after an EISA or PCI expansion card is removed. See “When to Run the EISA Configuration Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide Utility” found earlier in this chapter for more detailed information.

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    NOTES: Most system board options available through the EISA Configuration Utility are also available through the System Setup program as described in Chapter 4, “Using the System Setup Program.” Although the EISA Configuration Utility is separate from the System Setup program, the EISA utility forwards changes to, and reads changes from, corresponding categories in the System Setup program.

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    Drive B • Drive Access Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide The Drive A and Drive B categories work the same as Diskette Drive A and Diskette Drive B in the System Setup program. The Drive Access category allows access to the diskette drive to be controlled by the supervisor or user password to prevent unauthorized access.

  • Page 73: Figure 5-1. Eisa System Board Options Screen (example)

    System - Dell PowerEdge 2200 Memory Options DIMM Memory Extended Memory Base Memory CPU Options Cache MP Specification CPU Information Processor 1 Processor 2 CPU Speed Level 2 Cache Size System Information BIOS Revision Service Tag Asset Tag Boot Options...

  • Page 74: Step 4: Examine Switches Or Print Report, Step 5: Save And Exit

    Unlocking the card allows the system to change the resources automatically as new cards are added. The default setting for the Lock/Unlock Boards category is Unlocked. Dell recommends that you keep your cards unlocked so that the EISA Configuration Utility can do its job properly.

  • Page 75: View Additional System Information Menu, Set Verification Mode Menu, Maintain Sci Files Menu

    View Additional System Information Menu The EISA Configuration Utility contains detailed infor- mation about the system board, the EISA and ISA expansion cards installed in your computer, and the used and available resources. The options for the View Addi- tional System Information Menu category are: •...

  • Page 76: Removing A Card That Conflicts With The Card You Just Installed, System Board Options Screen

    Do not change these options from their defaults if you do not understand how such a 5-12 Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide change will affect system performance. Some of these categories may not apply to your system.

  • Page 77: Using The Password Features, How Password Security Works

    (to load an existing system configuration file) and New (to create a new file). Highlight the option you want, and press <Enter>. The screen shows a list of Dell EISA sys- tems. Choose the system you want to configure, and press <Enter>.

  • Page 78: Assigning Or Changing A Supervisor Password, Deleting An Existing Supervisor Password

    NOTE: The supervisor password can be the same as the user password. 5-14 Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide You can use up to seven characters; character keys or blank spaces are acceptable. To erase a character in your password, press the <Backspace>...

  • Page 79: Deleting An Existing User Password

    Press <Enter>. A new dialog box with a Verify supervisor password prompt and an empty seven-character field appears on the screen. Press <Enter>. You are returned to the Main Menu, where the Supervisor Password category now indicates Not Enabled. Assigning or Changing a User Pass- word Your system arrives with the User Password category set to Not Enabled.

  • Page 80: Assigning Or Changing A User Password, Disabling A Forgotten Password

    “PASSWD”) on the system board. Remove the jumper plug from the PASSWD jumper. 5-16 Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide Replace the computer cover according to the instructions in “Replacing the Computer Cover” in Chapter 6. Then reconnect the computer and...

  • Page 81: Working Inside Your Computer, Before You Begin, Safety First—for You And Your Computer

    Chapter 6 Working Inside Your Computer our Dell computer system supports a variety of inter- nal options that expand system capabilities. This chapter tells you how to remove the computer cover and familiar- izes you with the internal components you may handle if you install Dell hardware options.

  • Page 82: Removing The Computer Cover, Replacing The Computer Cover, Removing The Front Bezel

    (Figure 6-1). handle cover-mounting screws (4) Figure 6-1. Removing the Computer Cover Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide eplacing the Computer Cover Use the following procedure to replace the computer cover: Check all cable connections, especially those that might have come loose during your work. Fold cables out of the way so that they do not catch on the computer cover.

  • Page 83: Replacing The Front Bezel, Unpacking Your Hardware Option, Inside Your Computer

    retaining holes (6) retaining clips (6) Figure 6-2. Removing the Front Bezel eplacing the Front Bezel Use the following procedure to replace the front bezel of the computer: Insert the five plastic alignment pins on the front bezel into the alignment holes in the front of the chassis (Figure 6-2).

  • Page 84: Figure 6-3. Inside The Chassis—front/right Side View

    SCSI cable diskette drive cooling fan CD-ROM drive system-board mounting plate bay for third drive internal hard-disk drive cage Figure 6-3. Inside the Chassis—Front/Right Side View Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide...

  • Page 85: Figure 6-4. Inside The Chassis—back/left Side View

    power-supply voltage selector switch AC power input connector I/O panel connectors Figure 6-4. Inside the Chassis—Back/Left Side View SCSI cable external drive bays hard-disk drive cage hard-disk drive power cable system board Working Inside Your Computer...

  • Page 86: Removing And Replacing The System Board Assembly, Removing The System Board Assembly

    Be sure to label the cables that you disconnect so they can be easily reconnected. Remove the four screws from the system board mounting plate assembly (see Figure 6-5). Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide Figure 6-5. Removing the System Board Assembly Partially remove the system board assembly from the chassis.

  • Page 87: Replacing The System Board Assembly, Figure 6-6. Replacing The System Board Assembly

    • AUXFAN (for the cable to an auxiliary fan) • POWER (for the power supply cable) • POWER3V (for the 3-volt power supply cable) To work on the system board, place the system board assembly on a flat surface, with the system board facing up.

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  • Page 89: Installing System Board Options, Figure 7-1. System Board Features

    Chapter 7 Installing System Board Options his chapter describes installation of the following options: • Extended Industry-Standard Architecture (EISA), Industry-Standard Architecture (ISA), and Periph- eral Component Interconnect (PCI) expansion cards diskette controller connector (FLOPPY) fan connector (FAN) keyboard (bottom) and mouse (top) connectors (KYBD/MOUSE) serial port 1 (bottom)

  • Page 90: Expansion Cards, Figure 7-2. Expansion-card Examples

    The three PCI expansion-card connectors accept 32-bit PCI cards. Figure 7-2 shows examples of the different types of expansion cards. Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide 8-bit ISA expansion card 16-bit ISA expansion card 32-bit EISA expansion card 32-bit PCI expansion card Figure 7-2.

  • Page 91: Expansion Slots, Installing An Expansion Card, Figure 7-3. Removing The Filler Bracket

    NOTES: If you install a Dell PowerEdge Expandable RAID Controller (PERC) host adapter card, you must install the card in connector PCI4. If a Dell server management card is installed in the server management connector (SRV_MGT), the EISA1 connector cannot be used for an expansion card.

  • Page 92: Removing An Expansion Card, Figure 7-4. Installing An Expansion Card

    EISA Configuration Utility and add the new card to your configuration. See Chapter 5, “Using the EISA Configuration Util- ity,” for instructions. Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide Removing an Expansion Card expansion card Follow this general procedure to remove an expansion...

  • Page 93: Adding Memory, Memory Upgrade Kits, Dimm Installation Guidelines, Figure 7-5. Dimms And Dimm Sockets

    32- and 128-MB DIMMs in the DIMM sockets. The DIMMs should be rated at 60 nanoseconds (ns) or faster. Memory upgrade kits can be purchased from Dell as needed. DIMM Installation Guidelines Starting with the socket nearest the system board’s edge and working toward the center of the system board, the sockets are labeled “DIMM_A”...

  • Page 94: Performing A Memory Upgrade, Table 7-1. Sample Dimm Configurations

    DIMM sockets. Determine the DIMM sockets into which you will install or replace DIMMs. See the previous subsection, “DIMM Installation Guidelines.” Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide Table 7-1. Sample DIMM Configurations DIMM Socket DIMM_B None...

  • Page 95: Installing A Dimm, Figure 7-6. Installing A Dimm

    DIMMs. See Chapter 2, “Using the Dell Server Assistant CD,” for information on running the diagnostics from the Dell Server Assistant CD. See the chapter titled “Running the Diskette-Based Diagnostics” in your Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Guide for infor- mation on the memory diagnostics.

  • Page 96: Removing A Dimm, Installing A Microprocessor, Figure 7-7. Removing A Dimm

    NOTE: If you are upgrading a system by installing a sec- ondary microprocessor, you must order a microprocessor upgrade kit from Dell. The upgrade kit from Dell con- tains the correct version of the microprocessor for use as a secondary microprocessor.

  • Page 97: Figure 7-8. Terminator Card, Figure 7-9. Microprocessor Module Retention Screws

    terminator card microprocessor retention bracket Figure 7-8. Terminator Card If you are upgrading an existing microprocessor, remove the microprocessor module: Carefully stand the system board assembly on one edge. Using a -inch nut driver, remove the two hexagonal screws securing the micro- processor module to the system board (See Figure 7-9).

  • Page 98: Replacing The System Battery, Figure 7-11. System Battery And Battery Socket

    See Chapter 2, “Using the Dell Server Assistant CD,” for information on running the diagnostics from the Dell Server Assistant CD. The chapter titled “Running the Diskette-Based Diagnostics” in your Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Guide provides additional information on running the diagnostics and troubleshooting any problems that may occur.

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    To determine whether the battery needs replacing, re-enter the time and date through the System Setup program, and exit the program properly to save the information. Turn off your sys- tem and disconnect it from AC power for a few hours, and then reconnect power and turn it on again.

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  • Page 101: Installing Drives In The External Bays, Configuring A Drive, Jumpers

    5.25- or 3.5-inch devices—typically diskette, tape, CD-ROM, or digital audio tape (DAT) drives. Standard PowerEdge 2200 systems include a diskette drive in the top bay and a CD-ROM drive in the middle bay. A drive of your choice can be installed in the lower bay.

  • Page 102: Before You Begin, Removing And Replacing Front-panel Inserts, Removing And Replacing Plastic Inserts

    Additionally, each empty drive bay is covered by a metal insert to maintain the necessary elec- tromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding for the chassis. Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide power input connector Before you install a drive in an empty bay, you must first remove the plastic and metal inserts.

  • Page 103: Removing Metal Inserts, Connecting The Drive, Figure 8-2. Removing A Plastic Insert

    Figure 8-2. Removing a Plastic Insert To replace a front-panel insert, position the insert over the bay opening from the inside of the front bezel and carefully press the insert into place. A tab on each side of the insert snaps into a corresponding latch on the inside of the front bezel.

  • Page 104: Dc Power Cables, Installing Drives In The External Bays, Figure 8-4. Power Connectors

    Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide The header connector on the drive is usually keyed by the omission of one of its pins, with the corresponding hole filled in on the interface cable connector, as shown in Figure 8-5.

  • Page 105: Installing Diskette Drives That Use The Diskette Drive Controller

    drive in top bay drive in middle bay empty lower bay press (two places) Figure 8-7. Drives in the External Bays The diskette drive interface cable (see Figure 8-8) pro- vides an interface between the standard diskette drive in the top bay and the computer’s built-in diskette controller.

  • Page 106: Installing Scsi Drives In The External Bays

    10. Verify correct operation of your system. See Chapter 2, “Using the Dell Server Assistant CD,” for information on running the diagnostics from the Dell Server Assistant CD. See the chapter titled “Running the Diskette-Based Diagnostics” in your Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Guide for infor- mation on running the diagnostics.

  • Page 107: Installing An Optional Scsi Controller For The External Bay Scsi Drives

    SCSI device installed in the external bays. The optional Adaptec AHA-2940 SCSI controller is available from Dell in a kit that includes an interface cable with 50-pin connectors for narrow SCSI devices. Use the following procedure to install an optional SCSI controller card for the SCSI devices in the external bays.

  • Page 108: Figure 8-11. Connecting An Optional Scsi Controller Card

    SCSI controller card to the drive activity connec- tor on the card and the hard-disk drive access indicator connector (HDLED) on the system board (see Figure 7-1). Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide SCSI cable SCSI controller card Replace the computer cover according to the instructions in “Replacing the Computer Cover”...

  • Page 109: Installing Drives In The Internal Bays, Scsi Configuration Guidelines, Scsi Id Numbers

    NOTE: You should install only SCSI hard-disk drives in the internal drive bays; install SCSI CD-ROM and tape drives in the external drive bays. Dell PowerEdge 2200 systems have a built-in Adaptec AIC-7880 Ultra/Wide (fast-20) SCSI-2 controller on the system board, accessible via a 68-pin SCSI connector on the system board.

  • Page 110: Device Termination, Figure 9-1. Scsi Termination Jumper Locations

    Termination is set on the SCSI hard-disk drive installed in the left bay of the internal drive bays when the drive is installed by Dell. Termination should be disabled on any other drives installed in the internal bays. Figure 9-1 shows where the termi-...

  • Page 111: Configuring The Boot Device, Scsi Cable, Figure 9-2. Scsi Interface Cable

    SCSI controller or a con- troller in an expansion slot as the primary controller. SCSI Cable Figure 9-2 shows the SCSI cable provided with the Dell PowerEdge 2200 system. Figure 9-3 shows the SCSI cable installed in the Dell PowerEdge 2200 system.

  • Page 112: Figure 9-3. Scsi Cable For A Poweredge 2200 System

    SCSI cable connectors (3) SCSI hard-disk drives (up to 3) power input connectors (3) Figure 9-3. SCSI Cable for a PowerEdge 2200 System Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide...

  • Page 113: Installing Scsi Hard-disk Drives In The Internal Bays, Figure 9-4. Removing The Hard-disk Drive Cage

    nstalling SCSI Hard-Disk Drives in the Internal Bays Configure and install SCSI hard-disk drives in your com- puter’s internal drive bays as follows: Determine where your SCSI drive(s) will be installed and which connector on the SCSI cable you will attach to each of them. See “SCSI Cable”...

  • Page 114: Figure 9-5. Installing A Hard-disk Drive In The Drive Cage

    (see Figure 9-5). NOTE: The screws provided with drives purchased from Dell include special screws with shallow heads. Screws with larger heads may make it difficult to reinstall the hard-disk drive cage.

  • Page 115: Technical Specifications, Table A-1. Technical Specifications

    Appendix A Technical Specifications Microprocessor types ... . single or dual Pentium II microprocessor with an Internal cache ....32-KB L1 cache, 512-KB L2 cache Math coprocessor .

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    Video memory (standard) ..1 MB NOTE: For the full name of an abbreviation or acronym used in this table, see the Glossary. Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide Drives with standard system...

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    Table A-1. Technical Specifications (continued) DC power supply: Wattage ....230 W Voltage ....115 V at 60 Hz/230 V at 50 Hz System battery.

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  • Page 119: Hardware Configuration Features, Jumpers

    Appendix B Hardware Configuration Features his appendix provides specific information about the jumpers on the system board, the connectors and sockets on the system board, and the input/output (I/O) ports and connectors on the back panel of the computer. It also pro- vides some basic information on jumpers.

  • Page 120: Figure B-1. System Board Jumpers

    Figure B-1. System Board Jumpers Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide 266MHZ 233MHZ PASSWD EISA CARDBIOS...

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    Jumper Setting Default CARDBIOS Default Default EISA Default PASSWD Default 266MHZ 233MHZ NOTE: For the full name of an abbreviation or acronym used in this table, see the Glossary. jumpered unjumpered Table B-1. System Board Jumpers Description System boots normally. System boots from a BIOS expansion card.

  • Page 122: Connectors And Sockets

    SERIAL SVR_MGT TEMP_1 TEMP_2 NOTE: For the full name of an abbreviation or acronym used in this table, see the Glossary. Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide Description Fan connector (reserved for an auxiliary fan) Battery socket DIMM socket EISA expansion-card connector...

  • Page 123: I/o Ports And Connectors, Serial And Parallel Ports, Figure B-2. I/o Ports And Connectors

    /O Ports and Connectors The I/O ports and connectors on the back panel of the computer are the gateways through which the computer system communicates with external devices, such as a keyboard, mouse, printer, and monitor. Figure B-2 identi- fies the I/O ports and connectors for your system. Serial and Parallel Ports The two built-in serial ports use 9-pin D-subminiature con- nectors on the back panel.

  • Page 124: Adding An Expansion Card Containing Serial Or Parallel Ports, Serial Port Connectors

    System Setup program. The doc- umentation for your expansion card should provide the card’s Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide default I/O address and allowable IRQ settings. It should also provide instructions for readdressing the port and changing the IRQ setting if necessary.

  • Page 125: Parallel Port Connector, Keyboard And Mouse Connectors

    Table B-3. Pin Assignments for the Serial Port Connectors Signal Definition Data carrier detect Serial input SOUT Serial output Data terminal ready Signal ground Data set ready Request to send Clear to send Ring indicator Shell Chassis ground Parallel Port Connector If you reconfigure your hardware, you may need pin number and signal information for the parallel port con- nector.

  • Page 126: Keyboard Connector, Mouse Connector, Video Connector, Figure B-5. Pin Numbers For The Keyboard Connector

    Signal KBDATA FVcc KBCLK Shell Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide Mouse Connector If you reconfigure your hardware, you may need pin number and signal information for the mouse connector. Figure B-6 illustrates the pin numbers for the mouse connector, and Table B-6 lists and defines the pin assign- ments and interface signals for the mouse connector.

  • Page 127: Figure B-7. Pin Numbers For The Video Connector

    If you reconfigure your hardware, you may need pin number and signal information for the video connector. Figure B-7 illustrates the pin numbers for the video connector, and Table B-7 lists and defines the pin assign- ments and interface signals for the video connector. Figure B-7.

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  • Page 129: Maintaining The System, Data Preservation, Scheduling Backups, Backup Devices, Recovering Data

    Heavily used systems require more frequent backups than systems in which files are seldom changed. Dell recommends that you back up the hard-disk drive at least once a week, with a daily backup of those files known to have been changed. Following these guidelines ensures the loss of no more than a day’s work in the event...

  • Page 130: Cleaning System Components, Recommended Tools And Accessories, Cleaning The Computer, Monitor, And Keyboard Exteriors

    • A nonabrasive diskette-drive head-cleaning kit — Dell recommends that you use a kit that contains pre- treated diskettes in individually sealed packages. These kits ensure that the cleaning solution is applied evenly over the entire diskette-drive head surface, and they prevent contamination of the heads by exposure to foreign substances.

  • Page 131: Cleaning Drives, Environmental Factors, Temperature, Humidity

    Each Dell system is rated to operate at 20 to 80 percent relative humidity, with a humidity gradation of 10 per- cent per hour. In storage, a Dell system can withstand from 5 to 95 percent relative humidity.

  • Page 132: Altitude, Dust And Particles, Corrosion, Electromagnetic And Radio Frequency Interference

    Each Dell system is rated to operate at altitudes from –16 to 3048 meters (m) (–50 to 10,000 feet [ft]) and can be stored at altitudes of –16 to 10,600 m (–50 to 35,000 ft).

  • Page 133: Magnetism, Shock And Vibration, Power Source Interruptions, Power Protection Devices

    Fluorescent lights Shock and Vibration Excessive shock can damage the function, external appearance, and physical structure of a system. Each Dell system has been designed to operate properly after with- standing a minimum of six consecutively executed shock pulses in the positive and negative x, y, and z axes. Each shock pulse can measure up to 50 gravities (G) for up to 2 milliseconds (ms).

  • Page 134: Surge Protectors, Line Conditioners, Uninterruptible Power Supply

    AC power source. Surge protectors, however, do not offer protection against Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide brownouts, which occur when the voltage drops more than 20 percent below the normal AC line voltage level.

  • Page 135: Regulatory Notices, Fcc Notices (u.s. Only)

    Appendix D Regulatory Notices CC Notices (U.S. Only) Most Dell computer systems are classified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) as Class B digital devices. However, the inclusion of certain options changes the rating of some configurations to Class A. To...

  • Page 136: Ic Notice (canada Only), En 55022 Compliance (czech Republic Only), Ce Notice

    (ICES-003) as Class B digital devices. To determine which classification (Class A or B) applies to your com- puter system (or other Dell digital apparatus), examine all registration labels located on the bottom or the back panel of your computer (or other digital apparatus). A statement in the form of “IC Class A ICES-3”...

  • Page 137: Vcci Notices (japan Only), Class 1 Notice, Class 2 Notice

    “Safety of Information Technology Equipment including Electrical Business Equipment.” A “Declaration of Conformity” in accordance with the preceding standards has been made and is on file at Dell Products Europe BV, Limerick, Ireland. CCI Notices (Japan Only) Most Dell computer systems are classified by the Volun- tary Control Council for Interference (VCCI) as Class 2 information technology equipment (ITE).

  • Page 138: Korean Regulatory Notice, Class A Device, Class B Device

    (or other Dell digital apparatus), examine all registration labels located on the bottom or back panel of your computer (or other Dell digital appa- ratus), on card-mounting brackets, and on the cards themselves. If any one of the labels carries a Class A rat- ing, your entire system is considered to be a Class A digital device.

  • Page 139: Nom 024 Information (mexico Only), Información Para Nom 024 (únicamente Para México)

    Rio Lerma No. 302 - 4° Piso Col. Cuauhtemoc 16500 México, D.F. Ship to: Dell Computer de México, S.A. de C.V. al Cuidado de Kuehne & Nagel de México S. de R.I. Avenida Soles No. 55 Col. Peñon de los Baños 15520 México, D.F.

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  • Page 141: Warranties And Return Policy, Coverage During Year One

    Dell system after the system is shipped from Dell; accessories or parts added to a Dell system through Dell’s system integration department; accesso- ries or parts that are not installed in the Dell factory; or DellWare ®...

  • Page 142: Coverage During Years Two And Three, General

    You will pay Dell for replacement parts if the replaced part is not returned to Dell within 30 days after the date the replacement part was shipped by Dell and for parts used to repair systems not covered by this limited war- ranty.

  • Page 143: Coverage During Year One, Coverage During Years Two And Three, General

    Dell; accessories or parts added to a Dell system through Dell’s system integration department; accesso- ries or parts that are not installed in the Dell factory; or DellWare products. Monitors, keyboards, and mice that are Dell-branded or that are included on Dell’s standard price list are covered under this warranty;...

  • Page 144

    If you are an end-user customer who bought products directly from a Dell company, you may return them to Dell up to 30 days from the date of invoice for a refund of the product purchase price if already paid. This refund will not include any shipping and handling charges shown on your invoice.

  • Page 145: Beep Codes And System Messages, System Error Messages, Table F-1. System Error Messages

    NOTE: For the full name of an abbreviation or acronym used in this table, see the Glossary. NOTE: The system diagnostics is run directly from the Dell Server Assistant CD. See Chapter 2, “Using the Dell Server Assistant CD,” for information on running the...

  • Page 146

    Cache disabled System timer error Real-time clock error NOTE: For the full name of an abbreviation or acronym used in this table, see the Glossary. Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide Probable Cause Corrective Action A cable or connector may be Check the keyboard cable and connector for proper connection.

  • Page 147

    Table F-1. System Error Messages (continued) Message Keyboard controller error EISA configuration NVRAM bad EISA configuration error Invalid CPU speed detected - Check jump- Memory size limit exceeded Processor bus termina- tor not installed Warning: Processor is not installed in Pro- cessor 1 slot.

  • Page 148

    System memory size has changed - Run Configu- ration Utility NOTE: For the full name of an abbreviation or acronym used in this table, see the Glossary. Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide Probable Cause Corrective Action The cooling-fan power cable...

  • Page 149: System Beep Codes, Table F-2. System Beep Codes

    ystem Beep Codes Table F-2 lists beep codes that can be generated by the system BIOS to indicate problems in the system. Beep Code Probable Cause Invalid Expansion ROM checksum Invalid BIOS ROM checksum 1-2-2-3 DRAM refresh failure 1-3-1-1 Keyboard controller error 1-3-1-3 No DIMM memory installed 1-3-3-1...

  • Page 150

    NOTE: For the full name of an abbreviation or acronym used in this table, see the Glossary. tarting the System Diagnostics The system diagnostics is run directly from the Dell Server Assistant CD. See Chapter 2, “Using the Dell Server Assistant CD,”...

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    Glossary he following list defines or identifies technical terms, abbreviations, and acronyms used in Dell user documents. NOTE: Unless otherwise specified, these definitions may not apply to operating systems other than ® MS-DOS or Microsoft Windows Abbreviation for ampere(s). Abbreviation for alternating current.

  • Page 152

    For example, Dell’s Tech- Connect BBS contains the latest version of software such as video drivers and the Dell Directory. If your system has a modem, you can access the BBS and download the most recent version of this software.

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    CCFT Abbreviation for cold cathode fluorescent tube. CD-ROM Abbreviation for compact disc read-only memory. CD-ROM drives use optical technology to read data from compact discs. Compact discs are read-only storage devic- es; you cannot write new data to a compact disc with standard CD-ROM drives.

  • Page 154

    A comprehensive set of diagnostic tests for your Dell com- puter. To use the diskette-based diagnostics, you must boot your computer from the Dell Diagnostics Diskette. Refer to your Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Guide for a complete discussion about how to use the diskette-based diagnostics.

  • Page 155

    EISA configuration file. embedded diagnostics Diagnostic tests stored in flash memory on some Dell com- puters to assist in troubleshooting component failure that can prevent your computer from booting. Refer to your Diagnostics and Troubleshooting Guide for a complete dis- cussion about how to use the embedded diagnostics.

  • Page 156

    See coprocessor. graphics mode See video mode. Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide Acronym for graphical user interface. Abbreviation for hexadecimal. A base-16 numbering sys- tem, often used in programming to identify addresses in the computer’s RAM and I/O memory addresses for de- vices.

  • Page 157

    Abbreviation for identification. interlacing A technique for increasing video resolution by only up- dating alternate horizontal lines on the screen. Because interlacing can result in noticeable screen flicker, most us- ers prefer noninterlaced video adapter resolutions. internal microprocessor cache An instruction and data cache built in to the microprocessor. The Intel486, IntelDX2, and IntelDX4 microprocessors in- clude an 8-KB internal cache.

  • Page 158

    RAM; for example, an unqualified statement such as “ a computer with 8 MB of memory” refers to a computer with 8 MB of RAM. Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide memory address A specific location, usually expressed as a hexadecimal number, in the computer’s RAM.

  • Page 159

    Abbreviation for Peripheral Component Interconnect. A standard for local-bus implementation developed by Intel Corporation. PCMCIA Abbreviation for Personal Computer Memory Card Inter- national Association. See also PC Card. peripheral device An internal or external device—such as a printer, a disk drive, or a keyboard—connected to a computer.

  • Page 160

    MS-DOS—such as Windows—are able to put the computer into protected mode. PS/2 Abbreviation for Personal System/2. Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide Abbreviation for polyvinyl chloride. Abbreviation for quarter-inch cartridge. Acronym for random-access memory. The computer’s pri- mary temporary storage area for program instructions and data.

  • Page 161

    Acronym for read-only memory. Your computer contains some programs essential to its operation in ROM code. Unlike RAM, a ROM chip retains its contents even after you turn off your computer. Examples of code in ROM include the program that initiates your computer’s boot routine and the POST.

  • Page 162

    When you finish using the TSR program, you can return to the other application program and leave the TSR program resident in memory for later use. Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide Because MS-DOS is not designed to support multiple pro- grams running simultaneously, TSR programs can sometimes cause memory conflicts.

  • Page 163

    On most current Dell computers, a video adapter is inte- grated into the system board. Also available are many video adapter cards that plug into an expansion-card connector.

  • Page 164

    VRAM is dual-ported, allowing the video adapter to up- date the screen and receive new image data at the same time. Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide Abbreviation for watt(s). win.ini file When you start Windows, it consults the win.ini file to de- termine a variety of options for the Windows operating environment.

  • Page 165

    Index access diskette drive, 4-10 adapter 50-pin to 68-pin, 8-7 adding memory, 7-5 asset tag number assigning, 2-3 deleting, 2-3 asset tag utility, 2-2 assigning a supervisor password, 4-12 assigning a user password, 4-14 assistance, technical, 1-4 autoconfiguration parallel port, B-6 serial ports, B-6 backup devices, C-1 basic input/output system.

  • Page 166

    DC power cables about, 6-3 drive connectors, 8-4 power input connectors, 8-3 diagnosing problems, 1-4 diagnostics diskette-based, 1-2 Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide DIMMs about, 1-1, 7-5 installing, 7-7 removing, 7-8 sample configurations, 7-6 sockets, 7-1, 7-5 direct current. See DC...

  • Page 167

    ECC, 1-1 EISA expansion slots, 1-2 jumper, B-3 system board options, 5-9 EISA Configuration Utility about, 5-1 Advanced menu, 5-10 exiting, 5-10 ISA cards without configuration files, 5-2 Main menu, 5-4 making selections, 5-3 Modeling mode, 5-12 multiple configurations, 5-12 online instructions, 5-3 password features, 5-13 program diskettes, 5-2...

  • Page 168

    6-3 internal bay drives installing, 9-1 location, 9-4 interrupt request. See IRQ IRQ line, B-6 ISA expansion slots, 7-3 Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide jumpers 233MHZ, B-3 266MHZ, B-3 about, B-1 CARDBIOS, B-3 EISA, B-3 list of, B-3...

  • Page 169

    memory (continued) sample configurations, 7-6 shadowing, 4-4 specifications, A-1 upgrading, 7-6 messages help information in System Setup program, 4-2 system error, F-1 metal inserts removing, 8-3 microprocessor features, 1-1 heat sink removal and replacement, 7-9 jumper settings for speed, 7-10 module, 7-9 socket, 7-1 socket release lever, 7-9...

  • Page 170

    6-2 front bezel, 6-2 system board assembly, 6-6 reset button, 1-3 resolutions video, 1-2 Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide resource conflicts resolving, 5-11 return policy, E-4 safety instructions for preventing ESD, vii general, v...

  • Page 171: System Features, System Orientation

    serial ports about, B-5 configuring, B-6 designations, B-5 IRQ lines, B-6 pin assignments, B-6 Server Assistant CD about, 2-1 booting system from, 2-1 installing video drivers from, 2-2 main menu, 2-1 using online manuals, 2-1 server management features, 1-2 service, 1-4 shadowing memory, 4-4 small computer system interface.

  • Page 172: Security Menu Categories

    C-2 troubleshooting general, 1-4 NetWare, 3-16 Windows NT, 3-7 uninterruptible power supply. See UPS unpacking hardware options, 6-3 Dell PowerEdge 2200 Systems User’s Guide upgrade options expansion cards, 7-3 memory, 7-6 microprocessor, 7-8 unpacking, 6-3 UPS, C-6 user password...

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