Dell PowerEdge 1950 Motherboard
Many repairs may only be done by a certified service technician. You should only perform troubleshooting and simple repairs as authorized in your product documentation, or as directed by the online or telephone service and support team. Damage due to servicing that is not authorized by Dell is not covered by your warranty. Read and follow the safety instructions that came with the product.
Removing Dell 1950 System Board
- If applicable, remove the bezel.
- Turn off the system and attached peripherals, and disconnect the system from the electrical outlet.
- Open the system.
- Disconnect any cables from the system board back panel.
- Remove the memory cooling shroud.
- Remove both power supplies.
- Remove the sideplane from the system board.
- Remove both the center and left risers from the system board.
- Remove the four fan modules.
- If applicable, remove the RAC card.
- Remove the memory modules.
- Remove the heatsink(s) and microprocessor(s).
- If applicable, remove the TOE key.
- Remove the system board:
a. Pull the system-board release pin.
b. While pulling the release pin, grasp the system board release handle and slide the system-board tray toward the front of the chassis.
c. Lift up the system-board tray and remove it from the chassis.
Installing Dell 1950 System Board
- Lower the system-board tray until the tray sits flat on the bottom of the chassis.
- Ensure that all system-board securing tabs are fully inserted into the system-board securing slots.
- Slide the system-board tray toward the back of the chassis until it locks into position.
- If applicable, replace the RAC card.
- If applicable, replace the TOE key.
- Replace the heatsink(s) and microprocessor(s).
- Replace the memory modules.
- Replace both the center and left risers.
- Replace any expansion card(s).
- Replace the sideplane board.
- Replace the fan modules.
- Replace the memory cooling shroud.
- Replace the power supplies.
- Connect any cables to the system.
- Close the system.
- Replace the bezel.