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Fan problem, wont boot

I've got an old ML530 that thinks the fans have gone. fans 1 & 3 are working, with green lights on. there are 2 empty bays, but the case says three are 6 in all.. cannot find them !!! i need to get to the C drive, but it keeps looping and saying "fans not working" can i skip the warning to get the server up and running......

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Hi david yes there are six fans which are in use of Hot-Plug System Fans,System Fan,CPU Fan, Hard Drive Fan,Hot-Plug Drive Fans check all fans properly replace by swapping to each other if need more help go through this link:-http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c01127466/c01127466.pdf it will help u,pls update ur server psp ,firmware and bios . thanks

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First of all thank you for posting your question here at Fixya.


Flashing of the LED light green has two error code.

1. Lamp Fan failure - if the lamp LED at the front panel blinks green, this is an indication that there's a malfunction on the lamp fan. You've mentioned that you've replaced the lamp, please make sure that the connector of the fan and other connectors are securely connected. Double check it.


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Please let me know if you need further assistance.


Have a great holiday!

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Hope that helps.

 

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