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This guide is intended for anyone who wants to upgrade or troubleshoot a Dell
PowerEdge 1550 or Dell PowerApp 120 system. Before calling Dell for technical assis-
tance, follow the recommended procedure(s) in this guide to solve most hardware
and software problems yourself.
• Chapter 1, “Introduction” — Overview of the system's service features.
• Chapter 2, “Checking the Basics”— Initial checks and procedures used to solve
871VMbk0.book Page vi Thursday, October 5, 2000 7:17 PM Other Documentation You May Need In addition to this Installation and Troubleshooting Guide, you might need the follow- ing documentation: • Dell PowerEdge 1550 User's Guide • Dell PowerApp 120 User’s Guide (on-line only) Each of these books describes system features and technical specifications, installing and configuring SCSI device drivers, and the System Setup program. You may also have one or more of the following documents. NOTE: Docu
871VMbk0.book Page vii Thursday, October 5, 2000 7:17 PM • Commands presented in lowercase bold are for reference purposes only and are not intended to be typed when referenced. Example: “Use the format command to . . . .” In contrast, commands presented in the Courier New font are part of an instruc- tion and intended to be typed. Example: “Typeformat a: to format the diskette in drive A.” • Filenames and directory names are presented in lowercase bold. Examples: autoexec.bat and c:\windows • S
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