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Hopefully you can help

Alright I finally got my SE7501WV2SCSI built the problem is now as soon as I plug the power cord into the back of the power supply the server powers on (PS fans, CPU's on full tilt) then the system shuts off and then same thing as above and then shuts off. At this time four of the backplane lights go amber during this process. They are DS2A1, DS3A1, DS3A2, DS3A3 while it is power cycling I receive no video display. This system is built in a 4U chassis and has 2x512MB of Micron RAM (MT18VDDT6472DG) and 2x2.66GHz Intel Xeon processors (BX80532KE2667D) and a FSB 500 Watt w/PFC (AX500-A). Any help or suggestions to get this server online would be great. Also I have removed the RAM and received the same problem if pictures are needed of the server board not a problem. Any more information required just ask. B

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Re: Hopefully you can help

Try to unplug all the power from the motherboard to the power supply for a few minutes and then plug it back. and try again ......

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