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repair hp prolaint ml110 g7 server from amber problem

amka1
Occasional Visitor

repair hp prolaint ml110 g7 server from amber problem

this is what exatly my server do. won't boot, and shows amber light. pls view the link and see.  https://youtu.be/MJtjgWjaDj8

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Re: repair hp prolaint ml110 g7 server from amber problem

Hello @amka1,

I see that the fan is not blowing and nothing happens when you press the power button. 

I guess the PSU or the SB has failed. 

If you have carepack, you may open a case. If the serevr is without warranty I would either suggest crosschanging the PSU with good one from other server or order spare part(s). 

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RR33
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Re: repair hp prolaint ml110 g7 server from amber problem

Can you try booting with minimal config?(one processor, one memory DIMM and only the mother board - absolutely no PCI or HDDs)

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Tech_Aniket
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Re: repair hp prolaint ml110 g7 server from amber problem

@amka1 

Hi

Thank you for Posting your query. I was unable to see any LED Indications on the server.

Please find the Recommendations below: 

1. If there is no LED on Power Button -

---A. If Power Supply LED is Green.

* Perform Minimum Configuration and check if the server boots. Use Different Processors and DIMMs to check.

* If the Server does not boot, the issue can be with System Board Or Power supply Backplane. 

---B. If Power supply LED is AMber/NO LED

* Replace the Faulty Power supply with a working Power Supply and check if there is any LED Indication when the power Button is pressed.

* If NO LED on Power Button, Check with Power Supply Backplane.

 

 

2. If there is amber LED on Power Button: 

Perform Minimum Configuration and check if the server boots. Use Different Processors and DIMMs to isolate the issue.

 

 

Regards, 

Aniket (HPE)

 

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amka1
Occasional Visitor

Re: repair hp prolaint ml110 g7 server from amber problem

hello sir,
pls. do you mean i should change my power supply unit.
RR33
HPE Pro

Re: repair hp prolaint ml110 g7 server from amber problem

Hi,

Have you tried any of the suggested troubleshooting steps?

If yes, please provide details.

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