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Help - we suffered a power surge in our city this morning and now when we try to reboot our 3620 MPC server it stalls midway and emits long beeps. No activity appears on the screen attached to the server and we have tried a new screen. Power is not an issue now we have it plugged into a new outlet.

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  • Patrick Kam May 11, 2010

    I hope the Power Supply Unit(s) in the server is not fried/damaged from the Surge. Can you confirm?

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Reseat all the devices & cables inside the machine & try

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