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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi Franceso, plz specify
Is it powering ON ?
Which LED is glowing?
These leds are there on the front panel :
1 Power On/Standby button
2 System power LED
Green = Power on
Amber = System shut down, but power still applied
Off = No power
3 Internal health LED (Wave sign in BOX)
Green = Normal
Amber = System degraded. To identify the component in a degraded state, refer to system board LEDs.
Red = System critical. To identify the component in a critical state, refer to system board LEDs.
Off = Normal (when in standby mode)
4 External health LED (power supply)
Green = Normal
Amber = Power redundancy failure
Red = Critical power supply failure
5 NIC 1 activity LED Green = Network link
Flashing = Network link and activity
Off = No link to network.
6 UID LED Blue = Activated
Flashing = System remotely managed
Off = Deactivated
7 UID button
If it is Internal health led then any internal h/w issue is suspected.
If it is external health led then any power supply or power source related issue is suspected.
Also check the status of the server & its IML (Integrated Management Logs) in ilo (Integrated Lights Out ) if it is configured. (2nd RJ45 port in rear)
Also make sure the cabinet is properly closed.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
Your server definetly has issue booting first of all this is a little old server model so first open and blow air from a blower (¬ use vaccum cleaner)
since problem could be anything frm a struck cpu fan or anything
then poer donw theM/c and locate the RAM its a smal hardware in green color vertically fitted to the motherboard it will have locks at the both ends press them downwards the RAM will pop out then clean the side that was inside the motherboard with eraser and nothing else(it might damage the RAM) then fix it as it was aligning the notch it should work
If this does not work out then tell me exct LED and sybol near it
Bye for Now
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
The G5 Series is fairly new, if you're within warranty, call 1800-okCompaq.
Could be a bad cable, a bad monitor, or bad computer hardware. Any display at all or any beep codes?
On the back, the ml350 G5 will likely have an additional Network interface jack-- this may be labeled ILO. The ILO network connect allows you to use another PC on the same network to access this system (like a remote control via VNC or RDP) even if it won't power up--literally. Inside the ILO page, (you'll need the IP address of the ILO, the default account is administrator, and the default password is listed ona paper tag attached in the rear or on a sticker. If you can get into ILO via web browser: https://ipddress of ilo, you can check the Integrated log, which can shed some light on any failures.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Please verify if your server power specs support 110 or 220 V. If you are in the US, eventhough you might have connected a 220V cable the line voltage can be 110.
Check with your power company if they can provide you the necessary wattage of the server.(Specs are printed on the power supply. you can read it from HP web also)
Once you are sure that, connect both power suppllies and try booting.
If the error still occurs, it can be a power supply failure or some other hardware failure.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
You can get all of the documentation here
Also, Judging that the LEDs are not corresponding with the servers actual status (processor LED), This server may have been taken apart and the wires to the status leds were incorrectly reconnected. I would look at the documentation for the motherboard and compare to the wiring diagram. The RAM May be an issue. Depends on whether the machine makes it past POST (Power On Self Test). If it does, The ram is fine. If not, I would inspect that beep code further. It probably has something to do with the memory. If the memory is malfunctioning, you will get no response from the machine other than beep codes and status leds. According to the documentation, the closest match for your beep code means this:
207-Memory Configuration Warning -
DIMM In Socket X does not have Primary Width of 4 and only supports standard ECC.
Advanced ECC does not function when mixing DIMMs with Primary Widths of x4 and x8.
Audible Beeps: 1 long, 1 short, or none
Possible Cause: Installed DIMMs have a primary width of x8.
Action: Install DIMMs that have a primary width of x4 if Advanced ECC memory support is required.
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Posted on Dec 03, 2010
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