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Constant beeping. system shows green leds ok. system up and running but gives a constant beep.

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SOURCE: HP Proliant ML370 Server: Led shows red light

Hi there,
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 (&not 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

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