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After replaced RX2660 server's system board,it can't boot.

 
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lei123_1
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After replaced RX2660 server's system board,it can't boot.

After replaced RX2660 server's system board,it can't boot.
MP log:
Log Entry 13: 08 Oct 1999 08:18:51
Alert Level 3: Warning
Keyword: EFI_SYSID_INVALID
The system ID (UUID) currently in the system is invalid Logged by: System Firmware 0
Data: Status return from PDC function call 0x778002F100E00100 0000000000000000

Pls. help me how to fix it,Thanks!
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Torsten.
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Re: After replaced RX2660 server's system board,it can't boot.

From EFI shell, please try the following and post the result:

Shell> sysmode service
Shell> sysset

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Kranti Mahmud
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Re: After replaced RX2660 server's system board,it can't boot.

Hi lei123,

The SYSID is the "UUID" of the system, a Universal Unique IDentifier used by software vendors for licencing a software to a unique machine.
HP guarantees that the UUID is really unique and cannot be changed by customers
(to prevent duplicate UUIDs etc.).

=> As you replace the system board,you have an invalid UUID,only a HP support engineer can reset it with a special tool.

I think the following thread will help you: http://forums11.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=980533

Rgds-Kranti
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