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System Power LED is Amber - Health Led is Red en HP Proliant ML150 G6

limpagna
Occasional Visitor

System Power LED is Amber - Health Led is Red en HP Proliant ML150 G6

The server (HP Proliant ML150 G6) to connect power button displayed in amber and led health is red, the GUI led does not light, and the display board system shows no LED on. When connecting the power supply is shown in green LED, but not start. I appreciate your help with this.

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Suman_1978
HPE Pro

Re: System Power LED is Amber - Health Led is Red en HP Proliant ML150 G6

Hi,

 

If power supply led is green, it means that PSU is good.

Try to remove any additional hardware like PCI cards, additional RAM, disconnect any external storage or USB devices if connected except keyboard and mouse.

 

Thank You!
I am a HP employee.

DEL65
Occasional Visitor

Re: System Power LED is Amber - Health Led is Red en HP Proliant ML150 G6

Did you find a solution for this issue?  I have the same problem with my server...  psu light is green, system health is steady red, power button is amber.  The system will not power on.

 

Thanks!

luckyshabir
Occasional Visitor

Re: System Power LED is Amber - Health Led is Red en HP Proliant ML150 G6

I have the same problem. How did you solved.

Any Solution Please..

waaronb
Respected Contributor

Re: System Power LED is Amber - Health Led is Red en HP Proliant ML150 G6

Even with good power supplies, the system won't turn on if it detects certain problems.

 

Do as suggested and remove any PCI cards, reseat all of your memory (or remove all of it except just the bare minimum).  Make sure the CPU's are properly seated, if it has swappable CPU power modules make sure they're good.  Also check that the PCI risers are plugged in all the way, etc.

 

Basically just go over the whole system board and look for anything that's not plugged in like it should be.  A loose connection, or a riser board that's not seated well, etc. will cause a problem that keeps it from even turning on.

 

Sometimes that can happen when shipping a computer or moving it around a server room.  Sometimes something may have been loose to start with and it finally worked itself loose enough to start causing problems.

 

There's probably no single solution...anyone with this problem will have a different answer, so you have to check a few things.