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Proliant ML150 G5 Boot Issue

 
James R Augustyn
Occasional Visitor

Proliant ML150 G5 Boot Issue

After updating my BIOS & SATA Raid controller drivers my sys fans do not step down from high speed. What controls these things & steps them down after a normal boot? What can I do to fix?
3 REPLIES
Shibin_2
Honored Contributor

Re: Proliant ML150 G5 Boot Issue

I think you should post this in different forum.
Regards
Shibin
Mauricio Salas
Frequent Advisor

Re: Proliant ML150 G5 Boot Issue

Any other changes on the server beside this?? Sata controller drivers should affect at all the Fans speed

Fans speed issues are because:
BIOS
Too many components who generate a high temperature (like DIMMs, CPUs PCI cards)
No Airbaffle
On G6 and G7 non HP DIMMs (they have temperature censors, and some 3rd party DIMMs doesnt have the temperature censor so the fans run at high speed just in case)
Dust on the server
Anything that interrupt the airflow of the server
Michael A. McKenney
Respected Contributor

Re: Proliant ML150 G5 Boot Issue

Try checking the CMOS for fan settings. Did you clear the CMOS after firmware installed?