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Having a problem powering a Intel server which has a SC5299BRP chasis with 1+1 power supply. One of the power supply failed and we replaced with a new one. But still one evening the server switched off and could not bring it back online. The front LED with a exclamation mark is blinking green. Please advise how to fix.

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This is the basic specifications for your processor,

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