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Yes, with a 16gb Kingston KSM26SED8/16HD module. I got the "non-compatible" alert but test passed without issues and system is working fine. About two months uptime at the moment.
I used a known script ro disable incompatible module warning.
Out of interest how long did the memory test take? I've (extravagantly) ordered 2 x 16GB Kingston memory modules, and will probably fit them this weekend, then run the 'Memory Test'. I'm expecting it to take ages...
 
Out of interest how long did the memory test take? I've (extravagantly) ordered 2 x 16GB Kingston memory modules, and will probably fit them this weekend, then run the 'Memory Test'. I'm expecting it to take ages...
Yes, it takes time. Some hours, can't tell exactly how many, I just let it run during night time.
 
how did you get plex on the gas all im getting is not authorized you do not have access to this server
I can't remember the exact steps.
All I did was to install the docker container then connect with my Plex credentials to it. Did not have any issues...
 
ok what is docker do i have to download that first
You don't need Docker but WITH Docker is another way of installing Plex in your system. To my opinion it is the best option but it is not the correct thread to discuss about it right now.
You can choose to install Plex from Package Center, manually with package from Plex site or with Docker.
If you don't know (yet) what Docker is then it is better to avoid that method for now.
I remember there is a quite detailed guide in Resources section about docker containers for Plex etc.
 
I’ve got it up and running now had to sign out the other server then claim a ticket.
When is it best to start loading the drive up with content
 

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