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Motherboard, ASRock EP2CL/D16 SSI EEB Dual-CPU LGA Motherboard, $ @ One of the drivers was the Intel RST drivers. Work Station with ASRock EP2CL/D16 Processor System. CPU, - Intel® Xeon® processor E*// & v2 series - Supports Hyper-Threading  Missing: RSTe. Thank you for purchasing ASRockRack EP2CL/D16 / EP2CL/. D16 / EP2C/D16 Supports Intel® Xeon processor E *// .. This motherboard provides four pin DDR3 (Double Data Rate 3) DIMM slots, and.


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When I got home the computer was still running but completely unresponsive. The three times this happened I was doing something random, one time I was copying a file from one hard drive to another, and once time I was messing with the Stablebit Drivepool I had just created.

All in all I feel like the system is generally unstable. When I first set up the machine and had a monitor attached, I noticed some small artifacts on the screen.

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Tried a different monitor and same thing happened. The motherboard has onboard VGA, so I'm thinking maybe it's a little wonky, but there haven't been any major issues with the VGA adapter. ASRock EP2C602-4L/D16 Intel RSTe these issues are very different and seemingly unrelated. At this point I wonder if I'm going nuts.

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List anything you've done in attempt to diagnose or fix the problem. The computer runs Windows Server R2. I've reinstalled multiple times and the issues seems to still occur.

ASRock EP2C602-4L/D16 Intel RSTe Drivers Windows 7

No errors were reported. I've also run general PC benchmarking software and it never crashed while running.

I've also run Prime 95 for about 8 hours. I accidentally left it running when I left the house one day. The computer stayed online the whole time. From what I can tell, the memory and CPU seems to be fine.

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However, while doing research about the "b0" code that was displayed by Dr. Debug I found this: Problem related to memory.

Please re-install the CPU and memory. If the problem still exists, please install only one memory module or try using other memory modules.

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I'm assuming these are the same codes used by my motherboard. The processors were purchased from eBay used.

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I've inspected them for physical damage. Also, in an effort to make sure everything was up to date, I installed the drivers from the CD that came with the motherboard.

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One of the drivers was the Intel RST drivers. Why does Intel separate their processors into four categories, including Desktop and Server?

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They have different features and are meant for usage in different environments. Intel does the same for their chipsets, mother boards, SSDs, and networking products.

Your board has features I cannot even use, or have ASRock EP2C602-4L/D16 Intel RSTe use for, in a Desktop PC. Intel did not use RSTe again with X I'm sure a Desktop board would be almost worthless as a professional server.

That does not mean it is a bad product, it's just not designed for that environment. You had to purchase a server type board with dual sockets, to be able to use the cheap used Xeon server processors you have. I am aware of those myself, but their price is not enough to ASRock EP2C602-4L/D16 Intel RSTe me to give up the features that don't exist on server mother boards.

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