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No DHCP or proxy DHCP were received

The system is not booting up a red indicator is there on HDD LED and a continous beep is there

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Re: no DHCP or proxy DHCP were received

Sounds like a memory error. Have you tried to open up the box and reseat or replace the memory?

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