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After initial power on of HP ProLiant ML350, it will not stay on.

I have had the HP ProLiant ML350 for a couple of years with no problems until now. After recently moving the unit, I plugged in the unit then powered on but the system does not stay on. It starts off as if it is going through its power-on cycle then just shuts down. The unit has been moved before without any problems.

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Is it on a dedicated circuit? Have you checked the voltage? As a control, I would suggest you move it back to its most recent location temporarily or at the very least to a location with a different power circuit to try to isolate if you have a power issue or a server failure.

Do you have two power supplies? If so, be sure they are plugged into independent circuits if at all possible.

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