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Hp proliant ml370 g4 rebooting problem

Hi I have a ML370 g4. it keeps rebooting at the windows loading up screen. I replaced the motherbroad twice. the same problem still happens. The server works fine with 1 CPU in it, but when 1 put the 2nd in it keeps rebooting. I have tested each cpu on its own and it works fine. I have done all the packs updates and bios etcs. I have also tested the memory. This happans has well when i boot with smartstart.
Any ideas would be great

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  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    Would you please let me know which PSP/ Smartstart version you are using.

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    how much memory do you have on board? and what is the size of the power supply? sometimes a power supply is working at a bit less than its rating and as a result the addition of the 2nd cpu will bear this out,,,,,since the power supply has to be continuous and stable in the less than 3v tap there is much less room for error and the bios on either board would pick that up during its POST..please respond to this request....Thankyou

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Try to boot from smart start and do offlinr diagnostics.have you purchased second cpu seperately? Check the CPU compatibilities.

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