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I have a MPC NetFrame 620 server . It bagan to beep laud every two seconds. I opened the case to look to see if I could tell if one of the hard drives was failing. I looked around and then the system rebooted and would not restart. Instead of a beep every few seconds I now had a continous beep. The beep stops if I pull the controller card out. When I boot from another Windows cd it does not see any of the drives.
Replace with a new card. The beeps are indicitive 0f failed hardware 2 beep 2 beeps = video card series of 3 beeps keyboard ,malfunction etc etc so whichever card now gives you one long beep you had better start there.....
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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