How to check RAM(DIMM) status through powershell?

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      the command  Get-WmiObject Win32_PhysicalMemory

      returns an empty status value for each DIMM, but why? is it because RAM memory doesn’t has Self-Monitoring feature?

      so how do i get my Ram status?

      thanks

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      If your computer is running, status is good.

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      i’m trying to run this on my server ,

      which has a LED alert for DIMM , the server does’nt has any remote managment to view this problem…

      so i just wonder is this is the right command to perform this task .

      and what permisions do i have to own to run “invoke-command” on the server from a remote computer (i don’t have the credentials for the specific server)?

       

      thanks

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      What brand is it? You’re probably better off utilizing the vendor’s tools. If it’s dell and says single bit error then you probably just need to update firmware.

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      What brand is it? You’re probably better off utilizing the vendor’s tools. If it’s dell and says single bit error then you probably just need to update firmware.

      it’s an IBM system x3650 m3

      how can i update firmware without IMM?

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      Surely IBM has management software you can install in the OS. I’m not too familiar with their BMC but if they are anything like Dell/hp there should be one basic functionality, even if it’s IPMI.

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