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Power supply of HP server tc2110

I heard a buzzer sound followed by two beep sound when I power on the system. I search in the mannual. This beep code means that power supply is in protected mode. System not turned on but power switch remain on all time. What is the solution other than replacment of power supply. Because its too costly.

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Hi there ,
go to the pc and shutdown then check the RAM then fix it again generally when the M/c gets older it deposits a lot of dust

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