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Problem N4000

 
Christian Jurado_1
Occasional Contributor

Problem N4000

EARLY BOOT VFP: SYSTEM ALERT
SYSTEM NAME: uninitialized
DATE: 30-NOV-2005 20:30 hrs.
ALERT LEVEL: 15 = Fatal hardware or configuration problem prevents operation
REASON FOR ALERT
SOURCE: 1 = PROCESSOR
SOURCE DETAIL: 0 = unknown, no source stated
SOURCE ID : 0
PROBLEM DETAIL: 0 = no problem detail

they help to me with this problem like I can diagnose that it has my server.

Please
2 REPLIES 2
melvyn burnard
Honored Contributor

Re: Problem N4000

You appear to have a hardware problem, possibly processor related.
Log a call with your local HP Response Centre or Hardware support centre
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Sameer_Nirmal
Honored Contributor

Re: Problem N4000

Hi,

The alert shows some basic system hardware failure related to processor. The alert you posted seems to be in-complete.
In order to diagnose the problem , you need
look for logs , system hardware status etc through GSP.

what you see on the forward progress like
processor test
Is it stopped to some stage?

GSP > CL
GSP > SL
GSP > SS
GSP > PS

Log a h/w call to HP and provide them all details.