Try clearing the CMOS on your system, remove all the power connectors, including the CMOS battery and leave your system for 30 minutes without any power, finally connect the power again and check if the problem continues.
If the issue persists, please try to test another power supply unit on your system.
Remove and reinsert the power supply.
We recommend checking the POST beep code errors for your system here on page 140.
You can also check POST Error Beep Codes for Intel® Server Boards and Intel® Server Systems.
Thank you very much for the reaction, I did everything you did without success :-(
The server is still in the same state. After switching on, a one long beep sound. Diagnostic LEDs illuminate as follows:
LED "C" is ON LED "G" is ON
LED "D" is ON LED "H" is OFF
LED "E" is ON LED "I" is ON
LED "F" is OFF LED "J" is OFF
However, I did not find this combination in the error list. I do not know how to proceed.
Did you try testing another power supply on your system? If so, can you please provide us the wattage?
Also, we recommend testing your system without any memory, you should get 3 long beeps, this means that the server board is detecting the processor.
Also, try testing different components such as memory, processor, etc.
thank you very much for your advice, I've removed memory and turn ON server, POST beep signalized bad memory, I put the memory back in to motherboard and server normaly function!
excellent, once again thanks :-)
I am glad to hear that you were able to resolve your problem.
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