In order to help you with your problem, please help us providing more information:
Can you please provide us the part number of the memory that you are using?
Have you tried testing a power supply with a higher wattage?
As first troubleshooting suggestion, test your system without memory, you should get 3 long beep codes, if you do not get any beeps, this means that the problem might be related, either with the processor or the server board.
Check the processor installation and please test you system with only one processor, when only one processor is installed, it must be in the socket labeled CPU1. The other socket must be empty.
Feel free to check the product technical specifications here
https://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/documents/motherboards/server/s5000psl/sb/417435_d41763_008_s5000psl_tps_rev_17.pdf page 18.
Furthermore, please try testing your system with the minimal system configuration, no storage devices, one memory module and check if the problem continues.
Please do not hesitate to contact us again if you need further assistance.
ok, so when I try with 1 cpu and no memory , the first LED will be amber and after I turn it on I am getting 3 beep sounds and after a while it shuts down(close to 1-1.30 minutes). I put 1 stick in A1, the first LED is still amber,after I turn it on, the amber stays ,other LEDs get red and green and all red . There is an LED that gets half red and green. But after ~10 seconds I get vga signal and 'Intel' logo appears that has 'press F2' or 'Esc' something like that, but after just few seconds of screen showing up the entire thing shuts down. I tried 2 then 3 then 4 ram sticks, the same thing like it was with 1 stick, turns on with amber , vga signal comes in eventually shuts down. There is no gpu, or hard drive, only 1 cpu in CPU 1 slot . I also found on the board "CPU -S5000SL(A)", maybe it helps. This is an image of two types of ram, have 4 of each kind.
Finally for the psu, I didn't try with higher wattage. If that is the problem, how higher I would need? I don't have one to try , I will have to order and try it after I get it.
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Please note that you serverboard is on end of interactive support state.
As an additional troubleshooting step, you try to test your system out of the chassis, this is to avoid any grounding problem.
As as the power supply, you can try to test a 900 or 950 power supply; however, we recommend testing your system outside of the chassis first, before testing another power supply.