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Turn off the system, including any attached peripherals, and disconnect the system from its electrical outlet. Figure Reconnect your system and peripherals to their electrical outlets, and turn on the system. See the System Information document for additional information. Turn off the system, including any attached peripherals, and disconnect the system from the electrical outlet.
The memory module connector has two alignment keys that allow the memory module to be installed in the connector in only one way. Do not substitute registered memory modules such as those used for system memory.
Press on the memory module with your thumbs while pulling up on the ejectors with your index fingers to lock the memory module into the connector. Press on the hardware key with your thumbs while pulling up on the ejectors with your index fingers to lock the hardware key into the connector. Reconnect the system to its electrical outlet and turn the system on, including any attached peripherals. Install the RAID software.
For specific instructions, see the documentation supplied with the RAID controller card. Unpack the RAID controller card, and prepare it for installation. For instructions, see the documentation accompanying the card. To identify the connector on the RAID controller card, see documentation for the card.
If you are attaching multiple external SCSI devices, daisy-chain the devices to each other using the cables shipped with each device. Test the SCSI devices. Unpack the SCSI backplane board daughter card kit. The daughter card fits between the sides of the card guide above the drive bay. Ensure that the retention lever is in the open position. Position the card in the drive bay so that the notches on the left and right edges of the card are aligned with the tabs on the card guide above the drive bay.
Lower the card into the card guide. Otherwise, the system will display an error message. Configuring the Boot Device If you plan to boot the system from a hard drive, the drive must be attached to the primary or boot controller. The device that the system boots from is determined by the boot order specified in the System Setup program. The System Setup program provides options that the system uses to scan for installed boot devices.
Dell PowerEdge 2650 Manual
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