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Power light flash

I try to upgrade the esm firmware in OS , and it was OK.
But, when I restart server, it descript a message,
backplane firmware error ********
and the power light being flashing......
PE2450 is not support w2k3, and i upgrade the firmware in w2k3,
I want to know how sol this problem,
And I saw Backplane Voltage error in Openmanager

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Check the firmware you are upgrading to is supported for the hardware model yoiu are using.

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You must be 100 % sure its the right software or firmware, the controller will die, or be unusefull when loading the wrong firmware !!
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