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Hot plug capable slots 1-2 are running at 33MHz

Marco Di Gregorio
Occasional Advisor

Hot plug capable slots 1-2 are running at 33MHz

Hello,

I receive two faults en then will the server himself reboot.

First fault:
Event Source: CPQPHP
Event ID: 19
Date: 23-6-2004
Time: 9:24:14

Description:
hp ProLiant PCI Hot Plug
Hot plug capable slots 1-2 are running at 33MHz (PCI mode).

Second fault:

Event Source: adpu160m
Event ID: 9
Date: 23-6-2004
Time: 9:24:36

Description:
The device, \Device\Scsi\adpu160m2, did not respond within the timeout period.

I donâ t understand whatâ s wrong.
Can someone help me
2 REPLIES
JohnWRuffo
Honored Contributor

Re: Hot plug capable slots 1-2 are running at 33MHz

Marco:

You may be able to correct this problem by manually reinstalling the Hot Plug Driver:

Note: If there are MULTIPLE "PCI Hotplug Controller" instances, perform the following steps for each "PCI Hotplug Controller" instance. Do not reboot until the drivers have been updated for each of the instances.

Right-click on "My Computer."
Select "Properties."
Select the Hardware tab.
Click on "Device Manager."
Expand the System Devices by clicking on the plus sign (+).
Double-click on "PCI Hotplug Controller" from System Devices to show the Properties page.
Select the Driver tab.
Click on Update Driver to invoke the Update Device Driver Wizard.
Select the "Search for a suitable driver for your device (recommended)" radio button.
Click Next.
Select "Specify a location".
Click Next.
Direct the wizard to the location where you stored the PCI Hot Plug driver and select "cpqphp.inf".
Click Next.
Click Finish. A pop-up window will prompt for reboot.
If there is only one "PCI Hotplug Controller" instance, click "Yes" to reboot.
If there are MULTIPLE "PCI Hotplug Controller" instances, perform the steps above for each one...

Here is a link to the latest driver: http://h18023.www1.hp.com/support/files/server/us/download/20524.html

hope this helps! -john
Enjoy!
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kcpant
Trusted Contributor

Re: Hot plug capable slots 1-2 are running at 33MHz

hi,

for the first event error, in addtion to updating the driver as guided in the above reply, please also make sure you havn't installed any 33 MHz card in slot 1or 2.

for the second error: this error is usually not harmfull to the system, it only indicates that the indicated device not responding in the time out limit. you could try to update the BIOS & driver for the same device.

regards,
PreSales Specialist