'X'
digit
equals 56, 57
Socket 76, 77
Socket 90
Socket 85, 95
Socket
X = 1
Mem 1
Mem 1
J1 (J11)
A1
X = 2
Mem 3
Mem 3
J3
B1
X = 3
Mem 2
Mem 2
J2
A2
X = 4
Mem 4
Mem 4
J4
B2
X = 5
J1 (J14)
A3
X = 6
J2
B3
X = 7
J3
A4
X = 8
J4
B4
X = U
UNKNOWN
When a mixture of 4MB, 8MB and 16MB (or larger) memory-module kits
are installed in the 9585-xKx and 9585-xNx computers, the smaller kits must
be installed in the higher-numbered connectors (A4/B4 is the highest), and the
larger kits in the lower numbered connectors (A1/B1 is the lowest.
Determining Memory Type, Size and Speed
The Y digit of the POST error (for example, 00020xxY), indicates the type, size and speed.
'Y'
digit
equals Type
Size
Speed
Y = 0
Parity
4MB
80 ns
Y = 1
Parity
2MB
100 ns
Y = 2
Parity
1MB
100 ns
Y = 4
Parity
4MB
70 ns
Y = 5
Parity
2MB
85 ns
Y = 6
Parity
1MB
85 ns
Y = 8
Parity
8MB
80 ns
Y = 9
Parity
2MB
80 ns
Y = B
Parity
8MB
70 ns
Y = C
Parity
2MB
70 ns
Y = D
Parity
2MB
120 ns
Y = E
Parity
1MB
120 ns
Y = K
ECC
16MB
70 ns
Y = Q
ECC
4MB
70 ns
Y = R
ECC
32MB
70 ns
Y = S
ECC
8MB
70 ns
Y = T
ECC
2MB
70 ns
Y = Z
UNKNOWN
If you are still unable to determine which memory-module kit failed, follow the above described
'Finding the Failing Memory' isolation procedure.
Please see the LEGAL - Trademark notice.
Feel free - send a for any BUG on this page found - Thank you.