Possible Spam: PCIe Training Error
BSmith at lyrix.com
BSmith at lyrix.com
Tue Feb 27 08:01:46 CST 2007
Did you just add or remove a PCIe board from the system?
If you just added a board, then make sure the board is fully seated in the
PCIe slot. Often times the card will only be partially seated, resulting
in half the connector actually making contact with the board edge
connector and the other half not making contact, which can really hose
If you just removed a board from the system, or you are positive that the
board you just added is fully seated in the PCIe slot and the error
persists, then try the following:
Go into the BIOS.
Hit Caps Lock, Num Lock, and Scroll Lock keys so all 3 LED lights are lit
on the keyboard.
Hit CTRL-E and you should hear a beep.
ESC out of the BIOS and reboot.
This usually fixes PCI errors that can crop up when boards are added or
removed from a system.
On the other hand, if you have not added or removed any boards from the
system, then you may have another hardware issue that would require Dell
Support as per your normal Dell Service Contract.
"Matibiri Bright" <bmatibiri at zabg.co.zw>
Sent by: linux-poweredge-bounces at dell.com
02/26/2007 06:03 AM
Please respond to bmatibiri
To: <linux-poweredge at dell.com>
cc: Frank-Jan_Kamenz at dell.com
Subject: Possible Spam: PCIe Training Error
I am getting the following error on start up:
PCle Training error: Slot 6
Can you please tell me how i can resolve this. I have a Dell 2800.
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