Cmos check error default loader

cmos check error default loader

If this happens, enter the BIOS Setup and press F9 to load factory defaults. Do not power down the system during the BIOS update process. If the screen is black except for a blinking cursor, or if you receive one of the following error codes, this status indicates that the boot. This originally was a cmos checksum error. The laptop wouldn't keep time or date correctly so I replaced the cmos battery and everything is.

Cmos check error default loader - sorry, that


BIOS Power-On Self-Test (POST) Codes

The system BIOS provides a basic power-on self-test (POST), during which the BIOS checks the basic devices required for the server to operate. The progress of the self-test is indicated by a series of POST codes. This chapter explains the BIOS POST testing, provides an alternate method for viewing the codes, describes how to change POST options, and lists the POST codes.

This chapter contains the following sections:

About POST

The POST is a systematic check of basic system devices. As the testing progresses, the BIOS displays codes that you can use to interpret the status of your server. The codes appear at the bottom right corner of the system’s VGA screen, after the self-test has progressed far enough to initialize the video monitor. Because the codes might scroll off of the screen too quickly to be read, an alternate method of displaying POST codes is to redirect the output of the console to a serial port (see Redirecting Console Output).

You can also see some of the post codes on LEDs inside the front panel of your server node (see POST Code LEDs).

How BIOS POST Memory Testing Works

The BIOS POST memory testing is performed as follows:

1. The first megabyte of DRAM is tested by the BIOS before the BIOS code is shadowed (that is, copied from ROM to DRAM).

2. Once executing out of DRAM, the BIOS performs a simple memory test (a write/read of every location with the pattern ).



Note - This memory test is performed only if Quick Boot is not enabled from the Boot Settings Configuration screen. Enabling Quick Boot causes the BIOS to skip the memory test. See Changing POST Options for more information.


3. The BIOS polls the memory controllers for both correctable and non-correctable memory errors and logs those errors into the SP.

4. The message appears at the end of POST.

Redirecting Console Output

You can access BIOS POST codes remotely using the web interface or the CLI.


procedure icon  To Access BIOS POST Codes Using the Web Interface

1. Open a browser and use the SP’s IP address as the URL.

Refer to the Sun Integrated Lights Out Manager 2.0 User’s Guide (820-1188) for information on how to obtain the IP address of the SP.

2. Type a user name and password as follows:

User name: Password:

3. The ILOM SP web interface screen appears.

4. Click the Remote Control tab.

5. Click the Redirection tab.

6. Click the Start Redirection button.

The javaRConsole window appears and prompts you for your user name and password again, then the current POST screen appears.


procedure icon  To Access BIOS POST Codes Using the CLI

1. Log in to the SP cli with the command SP IP address and use the command to start the serial console.

Changing POST Options

These instructions are optional, but you can use them to change the operations that the server performs during POST testing.


procedure icon  To Change the POST Options

1. Initialize the BIOS Setup Utility by pressing the F2 key while the system is performing the power-on self-test (POST).

The BIOS Main Menu screen appears.

2. Select the Boot menu.

The Boot Settings screen appears.

3. Select Boot Settings Configuration.

The Boot Settings Configuration screen appears.

4. On the Boot Settings Configuration screen, there are several options that you can enable or disable:

  • Retry Boot List: Automatically retries the boot list when all devices have failed. This option is enabled by default.
  • Quick Boot: This option is enabled by default. The BIOS skips certain tests while booting, such as the extensive memory test. This decreases the time it takes for the system to boot.
  • Quiet Boot: This option is disabled by default. If you enable this option, the Sun Microsystems logo appears instead of POST codes.
  • Wait for F1 if Error: This option is enabled by default. The system pauses if an error is found during POST and only resumes when you press the F1 key.
  • On-board IB gPXE Boot First: Sets the on-board infiniband gPXE to always boot first. This option is disabled by default.

POST Codes

TABLE 8-1 contains descriptions of each of the POST codes, listed in the same order in which they are generated. These POST codes appear at the bottom right of the BIOS screen as a four-digit string that is a combination of two-digit output from primary I/O port 80 and two-digit output from secondary I/O port 81. In the POST codes listed in TABLE 8-1, the first two digits are from port 81 and the last two digits are from port 80.

You can see some of the POST codes from primary I/O port 80 on LEDs inside the front panel of your server node (see POST Code LEDs).

The Response column describes the action taken by the system on encountering the corresponding error. The actions are:

  • Warning or Not an Error - The message appears on the screen. An error record is logged to the system event log (SEL). The system continues booting with a degraded state. The user might want to replace the unit.
  • Pause - The message appears on the screen, an error is logged to the SEL, and user input is required to continue. The user can take immediate corrective action or choose to continue booting.
  • Halt - The message appears on the screen, an error is logged to the SEL, and the system cannot boot unless the error is resolved. The user needs to replace the faulty part and restart the system.

  • Error Code

    Error Message

    Response

    0000

    Timer Error

    Pause

    0003

    CMOS Battery Low

    Pause

    0004

    CMOS Settings Wrong

    Pause

    0005

    CMOS Checksum Bad

    Pause

    000B

    CMOS Memory Size Wrong

    Pause

    000C

    RAM R/W Test Failed

    Pause

    000E

    A: Drive Error

    Pause

    000F

    B: Drive Error

    Pause

    0012

    CMOS Date/Time Not Set

    Pause

    0040

    Refresh Timer Test Failed

    Halt

    0041

    Display Memory Test Failed

    Pause

    0042

    CMOS Display Type Wrong

    Pause

    0043

    ~<INS> Pressed

    Pause

    0044

    DMA Controller Error

    Halt

    0045

    DMA-1 Error

    Halt

    0046

    DMA-2 Error

    Halt

    0047

    Unknown BIOS error. Error code = 0047

    Halt

    0048

    Password Check Failed

    Halt

    0049

    Unknown BIOS error. Error code = 0049

    Halt

    004A

    Unknown BIOS error. Error code = 004A

    Pause

    004B

    Unknown BIOS error. Error code = 004B

    Pause

    004C

    Keyboard/Interface Error

     

    005D

    S.M.A.R.T. Command Failed

     

    005E

    Password Check Failed

    Pause

    0101

    Warning! This system board does not support the power requirements of the installed processor. The processor will be run at a reduced frequency, which will impact system performance.

    Pause

    0102

    Error! The CPU Core to Bus ratio or VID configuration has failed! Please enter BIOS Setup and re-config it.

    Pause

    0103

    ERROR! CPU MTRRs configuration failed!

    Uncacheable memory hole or PCI space too complicated.

     

    0120

    Thermal Trip Failure

    Pause

    0121

    Thermal Trip Failure

    Pause

    0122

    Thermal Trip Failure

    Pause

    0123

    Thermal Trip Failure

    Pause

    0124

    Thermal Trip Failure

    Pause

    0125

    Thermal Trip Failure

    Pause

    0126

    Thermal Trip Failure

    Pause

    0127

    Thermal Trip Failure

    Pause

    0128

    Thermal Trip Failure

     

    0129

    Thermal Trip Failure

     

    012A

    Thermal Trip Failure

     

    012B

    Thermal Trip Failure

     

    012C

    Thermal Trip Failure

     

    012D

    Thermal Trip Failure

     

    012E

    Thermal Trip Failure

     

    012F

    Thermal Trip Failure

     

    0150

    Processor Failed BIST

    Pause

    0151

    Processor Failed BIST

    Pause

    0152

    Processor Failed BIST

    Pause

    0153

    Processor Failed BIST

    Pause

    0154

    Processor Failed BIST

    Pause

    0155

    Processor Failed BIST

    Pause

    0156

    Processor Failed BIST

    Pause

    0157

    Processor Failed BIST

    Pause

    0158

    Processor Failed BIST

     

    0159

    Processor Failed BIST

     

    015A

    Processor Failed BIST

     

    015B

    Processor Failed BIST

     

    015C

    Processor Failed BIST

     

    015D

    Processor Failed BIST

     

    015E

    Processor Failed BIST

     

    015F

    Processor Failed BIST

     

    0160

    Processor missing microcode

    Pause

    0161

    Processor missing microcode

    Pause

    0162

    Processor missing microcode

    Pause

    0163

    Processor missing microcode

    Pause

    0164

    Processor missing microcode

    Pause

    0165

    Processor missing microcode

    Pause

    0166

    Processor missing microcode

    Pause

    0167

    Processor missing microcode

    Pause

    0168

    Processor missing microcode

     

    0169

    Processor missing microcode

     

    016A

    Processor missing microcode

     

    016B

    Processor missing microcode

     

    016C

    Processor missing microcode

     

    016D

    Processor missing microcode

     

    016E

    Processor missing microcode

     

    016F

    Processor missing microcode

     

    0180

    BIOS does not support current stepping

    Pause

    0181

    BIOS does not support current stepping

    Pause

    0182

    BIOS does not support current stepping

    Pause

    0183

    BIOS does not support current stepping

    Pause

    0184

    BIOS does not support current stepping

    Pause

    0185

    BIOS does not support current stepping

    Pause

    0186

    BIOS does not support current stepping

    Pause

    0187

    BIOS does not support current stepping

    Pause

    0188

    BIOS does not support current stepping

     

    0189

    BIOS does not support current stepping

     

    018A

    BIOS does not support current stepping

     

    018B

    BIOS does not support current stepping

     

    018C

    BIOS does not support current stepping

     

    018D

    BIOS does not support current stepping

     

    018E

    BIOS does not support current stepping

     

    018F

    BIOS does not support current stepping

     

    0192

    L2 cache size mismatch.

     

    0193

    CPUID, Processor stepping are different.

     

    0194

    CPUID, Processor family are different.

    Pause

    0195

    Front side bus mismatch. System halted.

     

    0196

    CPUID, Processor Model are different.

    Pause

    0197

    Processor speeds mismatched.

    Pause

    5120

    CMOS cleared by jumper.

    Pause

    5121

    Password cleared by jumper.

    Pause

    5125

    Not enough conventional memory to copy PCI Option ROM.

     

    5180

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_A0

    Warning

    5181

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_A1

    Warning

    5182

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_A2

    Warning

    5183

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_A3

    Warning

    5184

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_A4

     

    5185

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_B0

    Warning

    5186

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_B1

    Warning

    5187

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_B2

    Warning

    5188

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_B3

    Warning

    5189

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_B4

    Warning

    518A

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_B5

    Warning

    518B

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_C0

    Warning

    518C

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_C1

    Warning

    518D

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_C2

    Warning

    518F

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_C3

    Warning

    5190

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_C4

    Warning

    5191

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_C5

    Warning

    5192

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_D0

    Warning

    5193

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_D1

    Warning

    5194

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_D2

    Warning

    5195

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_D3

    Warning

    5196

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_D4

    Warning

    5197

    Unsupported Memory Vendor : DIMM_D5

    Warning

    51A0

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_A0

    Warning

    51A1

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_A1

    Warning

    51A2

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_A2

    Warning

    51A3

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_A3

    Warning

    51A4

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_A4

    Warning

    51A5

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_A5

    Warning

    51A6

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_B0

    Warning

    51A7

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_B1

    Warning

    51A8

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_B2

    Pause

    51A9

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_B3

    Warning

    51AA

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_B4

    Warning

    51AB

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_B5

    Warning

    51AC

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_C0

    Warning

    51AD

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_C1

    Pause

    51AE

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_C2

    Warning

    51AF

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_C3

    Pause

    51B0

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_C4

    Pause

    51B1

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_C5

    Pause

    51B2

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_D0

     

    51B3

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_D1

     

    51B4

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_D2

     

    51B5

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_D3

     

    51B6

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_D4

     

    51B7

    Unsupported AMB Vendor : DIMM_D5

     

    51C0

    Memory Configuration Error.

     

    8101

    Warning! USB Host Controller not found at the specified address!!!

     

    8102

    Error! USB device failed to initialize!!!

     

    8104

    Warning! Port 60h/64h emulation is not supported by this USB Host Controller!!!

     

    8105

    Warning! EHCI controller disabled. It requires 64bit data support in the BIOS.

     

    8301

    Not enough space in runtime area. SMBIOS data will not be available.

     

    8302

    Not enough space in runtime area. SMBIOS data will not be available.

     

    8601

    Error: BMC Not Responding

     

    8701

    Insufficient Runtime space for MPS data.!.

    System may operate in PIC or Non-MPS mode.

     


POST Code LEDs

Two LEDs inside the front cover of your server node display the same two-digit POST code output from primary I/O port 80 that is shown on the BIOS screen (the right-most two digits on the lower right of the BIOS screen are the POST code from primary I/O port 80).

In general, the POST codes change so rapidly that you cannot distinguish individual digits. Some POST tests take enough time (or pause or stop), however, so that they might be readable if you look at the LEDs through the front panel. Such codes are listed in TABLE 8-2.

 


Code

Meaning

4F

Initializing IPMI BT interface.

D4

Testing base memory; system might hang if test fails.

D5

Copying Boot Block to RAM and transferring control to RAM.

38

Initializing different devices through DIM (Device Initialization Manager). For example, USB controllers are initialized at this point.

75

Initializing Int-13 and preparing for IPL detection.

78

Initializing IPL devices controlled by BIOS and option ROMs.

85

Displaying errors to the user and getting the user response for error.

87

Executing BIOS setup if needed / requested. Checking boot password if installed.

00

Passing control to OS Loader (typically INT19h).

FF

The flash has been updated successfully. Making flash write disabled. Disabling ATAPI hardware. Restoring CPUID value back into register. Giving control to F000 ROM at F000:FFF0h.




Note - For each cold boot (such as when a blade is re-seated into the chassis), POST testing begins to run and detects system resources for a short while. After just a few POST codes, the node is turned off or restarted depending on the selected state in the BIOS for AC Power Loss (Always On, Always Off, or Last State).


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