This is the perfect machine to host my little school reporting dbase and I’d hate to have to move it to a slower workstation with less RAM. Any other answers for a freezing sc? It doesn’t seem to me that it’s anything to do with that whole “wake on LAN” rigmarole, does it? This however is just the way that XP works. Thanks for any suggestions, Lev in BK. Though you may run into issues if you need more than 10 Concurrent Connections to this machine at any 1 time. Unfortunately, that affected neither the “PCI Input Device” situation nor the strange freezing that’s going on.
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Any other answers for a freezing sc? I know, that’s “unsupported” by Dell, but I assumed if my domain server saw that I had loaded the sc with the same license of Server that it is running, then it would not allow the sc on our network. Do not post advertisements, offensive material, profanity, or personal attacks. I have to switch off the machine and then start it up again in order to use it at all.
I can hear the fan in the unit, but have to power off and on to get it back. Unfortunately, that affected neither the “PCI Input Device” situation nor the strange freezing that’s going on.
I suppose I could test the PowerEdge sc by installing my copy of Server on it without connecting it to my network: I am running windows XP prof. Another issue is it is not taking the xp key that I have on the machine. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums–revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended.
Something in the BIOS? Once the monitor switches off, nothing will bring the machine back to a usable state and the remote FileMaker users can no longer connect to the database. After about 15 minutes, it behaves as if it’s going to sleep, even though I’ve deactivated all the low energy states turn off monitor, turn off hard disks, system standby, hibernate. I would start by downloading the legacy chip-set drivers from Intel for the specific chip-set that is on the system board.
Does this sound like a “server on XP” problem? Of course you always realize if money is tight dp can use one of the many Linux Server products out there for no cost which may be a better option for your needs if you need lots of concurrent connections.
Thanks for all the advice. I often view devices by connection when I need to identify an powredge device. Extend SOHO internet connection to mobile devices offsite.
I’d be very grateful for any help. Thanks for the reinforcement.
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Maybe not the drivers? Dfll didn’t mention which OS you where using. Am I correct in assuming Microsoft would exclude a 2nd server with the same license OS? Though you may run into issues if you need more than 10 Concurrent Connections to this machine at any 1 time. Please remember to be considerate of other members.
Track this discussion and email me when there are updates. Doesnt happen all the time, some time it runs for hours other times it happens within a few minutes apart. I’ve been told that FMP doesn’t run on Linux. The machine does work wonderfully — networks flawlessly, serves the database perfectly to remote users, graphics up to speed — it just insists on freezing after 15 minutes or so.
This however is just the way that XP works. Create a new discussion If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, powerdege any other specifics related to the problem. I would then take a hard look at device manager and try to identify and resolve any device and driver issues.