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Proliand ML330 blows out feature boards

I replaced the feature board (scsi controller, video etc)and it worked for two days and now it's blown again. Anyone ever run into this problem before?

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Thanks Rebel I was going to order a system board next but found another ML330 for $325.00 so I will just swap out the hard drives. It actually worked for seveal hours today and then gave me a "Hard Error" so something is heating up. Probably a cold solder joint on the system board.

Posted on Mar 30, 2007

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Assuming you are refering the feature board in a ML330 server, it sounds like it may be the system board itself that is taken out the feature board.

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