Contents HP NetServer LXrPro8 Error Messages HP NetServer LXrPro8 Beep Codes...
HP NetServer LXr Pro8 Error Messages 200 Failure Fixed Disk Since the system does not support IDE drives, this error should never be seen on this system. 210 Stuck Key One of the keys on the keyboard is stuck. This error code will be displayed if the user was pressing one of the keys during system boot.
This error should not occur, as the HP NetServer LXr Pro8 has no keyboard lock switch. 220 Monitor type does not match CMOS -- run Setup This error may not occur on the HP NetServer LXr Pro8, as the system supports standard VGA with additional higher resolutions. 230 System RAM failed at offset: xxxx This error will occur if the system RAM test failed during the diagnostic mode memory test.
Actions You Can Take Enter the SETUP menu by pressing the F2 key during POST. Set the system configuration to your needs. Save the new configuration, and exit SETUP. If the problem persists, the RTC on the system board is not working.
through POST, when the BIOS was updating the CMOS and NVRAM data in the system. Actions You Can Take Enter the SETUP menu by pressing the F2 key during the POST, and fix the system configuration. 281 Memory size found by POST different from EISA CMOS This error will occur if new memory is added to the system.
may be bad, and may need replacement. If you have additional CPU boards available for this system, replace one CPU board at a time and see if the error goes away. Call your HP service representative for further assistance 2B2h Incorrect Drive A type -- run SETUP This error will be displayed if floppy diskette drive A does not fit the drive type specified in the Setup menu.
further assistance. 2F5 DMA test failed This error will occur if the system board DMA test fails. If this test fails, the system board floppy will not work correctly. If the error persists, the system board may need to be replaced. Call your HP service representative for further assistance.
HP NetServer LXr Pro8 Beep Codes If the POST Routines cannot display messages on the monitor when an error occurs before the video display is initialized, generally the BIOS POST error message usually displays on the HP NetServer's message display (located on the control panel). In a few cases, the server emits a series of beeps.