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Start by checking your event logs.

HP Compaq... | Answered on Jan 21, 2019


Minimum Supported Red Hat Updates •Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Update 1 •Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 Update 5 6-Core/4-Core Intel Xeon Processor 7400 Series •Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.22 •Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.7 Minimum Supported Novell Service Packs•SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 10 SP1•SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 SP31 6-Core/4-Core Intel Xeon Processor 7400 Series •SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 10 SP23 •SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 SP44

HP Compaq... | Answered on Jun 07, 2017


Check in server that server all fan is working or not. if some one fan not working then clean fan then check if same issue fan then replaced fan

HP Compaq... | Answered on May 05, 2014


update BIOS & Windows

HP Compaq... | Answered on Oct 25, 2013


Update server with Latest HP proliant ServicePack ,Reconfigure RAID & Fresh Install OS with sp 2 ( is mandatory )

HP Compaq... | Answered on Oct 20, 2013


Hello,

You may need to check your BIOS to make sure the multiple CPU function is enabled. Once it is, a reboot should correct this for you.

Good Luck
C2Solutions

HP Compaq... | Answered on Sep 11, 2011


The ProLiant DL380 G3 server requires that both primary and redundant fans exist in a specific configuration in order to perform optimally. Any deviation from the specified configuration will cause one of the above error messages to occur and the internal Health LED to illuminate. In a ProLiant DL380 G3 server without the redundant fan option, the server will shut down after the error message is displayed. In a server with the redundant fan option, the internal Health LED will illuminate and the appropriate error message regarding fan redundancy will be displayed. The purpose of this document is to detail the required configuration for both primary and redundant fans.
DETAILS Both primary and redundant fans in the ProLiant DL380 G3 server must be configured to meet specific requirements in order to avoid the error messages above and in some instances, subsequent shutdown of the server.
All primary fan locations (2, 4, 5, 6 and 7) must be populated with a fan before the redundant fan locations (1, 3, or 8) are populated. If a primary fan location is left unpopulated, the server will display one or more of the error messages shown above. In addition, the internal Health LED (the top LED on the front panel of the server) will display the status of the fans.
When the redundant fan option is used, all redundant fan locations must be populated. ProLiant servers do not support partial population of redundant fans. If any redundant fan location is populated without also populating all other redundant fan locations in the server, the fan system will not be fully redundant and one or more of the error messages above will be displayed.
Figure 1 below illustrates a ProLiant DL380 G3 server configured with all eight fans installed for fan redundancy. The server airflow is divided into three zones: processor, I/O and power supply. Shared fans 4 and 7 each provide airflow for two zones. If a shared fan fails, the failure is experienced in both zones.
Figure 1: ProLiant DL380 G3 server configured with all eight fans installed for fan redundancy
The internal Health LED (the top LED on the front panel of the server) indicates failed or missing components. The internal Health LED should be observed to determine the status of the fans as follows:
RED LED: A red LED indicates that the minimum fan requirements have not been met. Minimum fan requirements indicate that all primary fan slots must be populated with functioning fans.
  • If the 1611 fan "x" is not present (where "x" is the fan location) error message is displayed at POST and the internal Health LED is red , then a primary fan is missing.

  • If the 1611 fan "x" failure (where "x" is the fan location) error message is displayed at POST and the internal Health LED is red , then a primary fan has failed.
AMBER LED: An amber LED indicates that the minimum fan requirements have been met; however, requirements for redundant fan configuration have not been met. This means that all primary fan slots are populated with functioning fans, but at least one redundant fan has either failed or is missing.
  • If the 1611 fan "x" is not present (where "x" is the fan location) error message is displayed at POST and the internal Health LED is amber , then a redundant fan is missing.

  • If the 1611 fan "x" failure (where "x" is the fan location) error message is displayed at POST and the internal Health LED is amber , then a redundant fan has failed.
Note: In a redundant fan configuration, the error message fan system not fully redundant will also be displayed at POST if any redundant fan slot is left unpopulated or if a redundant fan has failed.

HP Compaq... | Answered on Jul 08, 2010


Hi, could you explain your problem in a little more detail and I will happily try and assist you further. Is it the network connection your having trouble with?
Thanks,
Lee

HP Compaq... | Answered on Nov 05, 2009


Go to the HP Web site www.hp.com

HP Compaq... | Answered on May 19, 2008


Are you using a 64 bit operating system?

HP Compaq... | Answered on Apr 01, 2008


A customer of mine had the same similar problem as you, although it was Win XP, it actually turned out to be a NTOS virus,

HP Compaq... | Answered on Mar 26, 2008


I don't think that you "enable" 64 bit processing, you buy a server with a 64 bit processor. Intel's Itanium is such one. You then install Windows Server 2003 x64 version.
That's pretty much it I think.

HP Compaq... | Answered on Jan 21, 2008


SP1 of what?

Is there any error message in the event logs?

Have you tried just disabling the NIC & re-enabling it?

Is there a second NIC onboard which you can switch to & see if it does it on that as well?

Try resetting TCP/IP with NETSH.

If all else fails, rather than spending hours on it (which presumably is expensive :), get an Intel server-grade Gb NIC (around £70 in the UK), install that & use it instead of the motherboard NICs which I'm guessing is what you're using now.

HP Compaq... | Answered on Jan 12, 2008


revert back to your old OS recovery if your control panel win 10 is full of bugs still

HP ProLiant... | Answered on Oct 07, 2015


Have you connected a CD drive to the machine via one of the SATA ports?

HP ProLiant... | Answered on Sep 15, 2015

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