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Introduction to the HP t730 Thin client - the little box that could

Your short and succint guide to the HP t730 thin client

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    Great guide!
     
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    Really nice write-up!
     
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    This is a fantastic resource.
     
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    thanks as always for the in-depth info.

    it's kind of crazy HP hasn't updated these machines since 2014. I had no idea the SoC is that old. I think I will wait for an update -- but then, DDR4 prices make me sad...
     
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    Hi, I wonder if you can help. I'm trying to install ESXi on a couple of these boxes. The T730 'sees' the 16GB of memory that I have installed but the installer only 'sees' 7GB. Not sure what I'm doing wrong. I've tried 6.5 and 6.7 with the same results. Thank you in advance.
    Paul
     
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    My guess...memory types/timing issues, or a BIOS/firmware version not playing ball with your machine?
    The RAM controller on the Piledriver APUs should be pretty lenient as long as you pop in something compatible.
     
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