Question about HP ProLiant ML350 G4p Server
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is it on a dedicated circuit? Have you checked the voltage? As a control, I would suggest you move it back to its most recent location temporarily or at the very least to a location with a different power circuit to try to isolate if you have a power issue or a server failure.
Do you have two power supplies? If so, be sure they are plugged into independent circuits if at all possible.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
Download the latest Proliant Support Pack from HP's web site. This will update the drivers for everything on the server at once.
Just go to hp.com and click the link for "Support & Drivers" at the top, then click the radio button to download drivers and enter ML350 into the text box. Select the G5 from the list and then select your OS. The PSP will be near the bottom of the page. The display driver will be close to the top if you just want to update it.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
If it is a hardware password, such as the motherboard, the there are two possibilities that I know.
1. Shutdown and unplug the power. Remove the battery on the motherboard wait 30-seconds and replace it.
2. There should be a CMOS reset jumper on the board. Typically, you move it over one pin, power on the board then power down and put it back to reset. Best bet is go to www.hp.com and check Support & Drivers for documentation on your ML350.
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Posted on Sep 22, 2009
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Posted on Nov 30, 2010
SOURCE: My HP ProLiant ML350 G5
There was a critical HP ProLiant ML350 G5 ROM BIO upgrade dated on 17 Aug 2010.
Please bookmark the bio update link HERE for reference.
Check your monitor Hz and display resolution setting.
Did you change any video driver or resolution before reboot?
If all else fail then swap in a simple S-VGA card and let Windows 2003 to sort out the 640X480 display mode.
Posted on Jan 05, 2011
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