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ML350 G4 will not boot. System was running but became unresponsive. Powered down using power button. Now no response to pushing power button. No Leds lit anywhere. Fans running on power supplies.

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Try pulling the hot swap Power supplies, push the power button hole the supplies are out to discharge power, then put them back in again and try the power button again.

Posted on Oct 30, 2013

  • Evan Thibeault Oct 30, 2013

    I'll try that on Monday when I'm back on site. Interesting.

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SOURCE: Server crashed

need to have re installation of your Operating System

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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

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.

Posted on Jul 12, 2009

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