Cisco 2651 Router. Error on bootup.

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Mar 9th, 2007

After the System bootstap version information I get a error that the router halts on.

SPD info: Invalid memory type for DIMM 00000000.

The router halts there. Does this mean the DRAM is bad or the wrong type for the router?



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ahmednaas Fri, 03/09/2007 - 15:13

This could mean:

- The DIMM is not seated correctly in the slot. Check RAM, remove and reseat correctly.

- Wrong type for the router.

- Faulty RAM.

You need to replace the RAM in the last two cases.

nixonjer07 Fri, 03/09/2007 - 16:15

I removed the ram and reinstalled it a few times with no improvement.

Im guessing the ram is either faulty or the wrong type .

Thanks for the response.

olsonc0510 Mon, 01/28/2008 - 16:51

Can you mix memory chips in a 2600? I needed a little more for my IOS so I pulled an 8 MB chip from one router and added to a 32 MB chip and it won't take it.(Invalid memory type for Dimm 00000000) If I order some new extra memory, does it have to match the one that's already in there? Please advise...




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