viernes, 19 de agosto de 2016

Dell PowerEdge 2850: Mensajes LCD

Siguiendo la linea del post anterior traigo los codigos de error que pueden aparecer en el Dispaly LCD del Poweredge 2850..., esta tabla la encontre en unos documentos que tenia guardados... ya no recuerdo de donde las saque... pero pueden servir...

LCD Status Messages 

Line 1
Message

Line 2
Message

Causes

Corrective Actions
SYSTEM ID
SYSTEM NAME
SYSTEM ID is a unique name, five characters or less, defined by the user.
SYSTEM NAME is a unique name, 16 characters or less, defined by the user.
The system ID and name display under the following conditions:
  • The system is powered on.
  • The power is off and active POST errors are displayed.
This message is for information only.
You can change the system ID and name in the System Setup program. See your system's User's Guide for instructions.
E0000
OVRFLW CHECK LOG
LCD overflow message.
A maximum of three error messages can display sequentially on the LCD. The fourth message displays as the standard overflow message.
Check the SEL for details on the events.
E0119
TEMP AMBIENT
Ambient system temperature is out of acceptable range.See "Troubleshooting System Cooling Problems" in "Troubleshooting Your System."

E0119
TEMP BP
Backplane board is out of acceptable temperature range.
E0119
TEMP CPU n
Specified microprocessor is out of acceptable temperature range.See "Troubleshooting System Cooling Problems" in "Troubleshooting Your System." If the problem persists, ensure that the microprocessor heat sinks are properly installed (see "Processors" in "Installing System Options").
E0119
TEMP SYSTEM
System board is out of acceptable temperature range.See "Troubleshooting System Cooling Problems" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E0212
VOLT 3.3
System power supply is out of acceptable voltage range; faulty or improperly installed power supply.See "Troubleshooting Power Supplies" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E0212
VOLT 5
E0212
VOLT 12
E0212
VOLT BATT
Faulty battery; faulty system board.See "Troubleshooting the System Battery" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E0212
VOLT BP 12
Backplane board is out of acceptable voltage range.Ensure that the power cables are securely connected to the backplane board (see "Installing Drives"). If the problem persists, see "Troubleshooting Power Supplies" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E0212
VOLT BP 3.3
E0212
VOLT BP 5
E0212
VOLT CPU VRM
Microprocessor VRM voltage is out of acceptable range; faulty or improperly installed microprocessor VRM; faulty system board.This message is not applicable to this system.
E0212
VOLT NIC 1.8V
Integrated NIC voltage is out of acceptable range; faulty or improperly installed power supply; faulty system board.See "Troubleshooting Power Supplies" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E0212
VOLT NIC 2.5V
E0212
VOLT PLANAR REG
System board is out of acceptable voltage range; faulty or improperly installed system board.
E0276
CPU VRM n
Specified microprocessor VRM is faulty, unsupported, improperly installed, or missing.These messages are not applicable to this system.
E0276
MISMATCH VRM n
E0280
MISSING VRM n
E0319
PCI OVER CURRENT
Faulty or improperly installed expansion card.See "Troubleshooting Expansion Cards" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E0412
RPM FAN n
Specified cooling fan is faulty, improperly installed, or missing.See "Troubleshooting a Fan" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E0780
MISSING CPU 1
Microprocessor is not installed in socket PROC_1.Install a microprocessor in socket PROC_1 (see "Processors" in "Installing System Options"). To identify microprocessor socket PROC_1, see Figure A-3.
E07F0
CPU IERR
Faulty or improperly installed microprocessor.See "Troubleshooting the Microprocessors" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E07F1
TEMP CPU n HOT
Specified microprocessor is out of acceptable temperature range and has halted operation.See "Troubleshooting System Cooling Problems" in "Troubleshooting Your System." If the problem persists, ensure that the microprocessor heat sinks are properly installed (see "Processors" in "Installing System Options").
E07F4
POST CACHE
Faulty or improperly installed microprocessor.See "Troubleshooting the Microprocessors" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E07F4
POST CPU REG
E07F4
POST CPU SMI
SMI handler failed to initialize; faulty system board.See "Getting Help."
E07FA
TEMP CPU n THERM
Specified microprocessor is out of acceptable temperature range and is operating at a reduced speed, or frequency.See "Troubleshooting System Cooling Problems" in "Troubleshooting Your System." If the problem persists, ensure that the microprocessor heat sinks are properly installed (see "Processors" in "Installing System Options").
E0876
POWER PS n
No power available from the specified power supply; specified power supply is improperly installed or faulty.See "Troubleshooting Power Supplies" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E0880
INSUFFICIENT PS
Insufficient power is being supplied to the system; power supplies are improperly installed, faulty, or missing.See "Troubleshooting Power Supplies" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E0CB2
MEM SPARE ROW
Correctable errors threshold was met in a memory bank: errors were remapped to the spare row.See "Troubleshooting System Memory" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E0CF1
MBE DIMM Bank n
Memory modules installed in the specified bank are not the same type and size; faulty memory module(s).Ensure that all banks contain memory modules of the same type and size and that they are properly installed. If the problem persists, see "Troubleshooting System Memory" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E0CF1
POST MEM 64K
Parity failure in the first 64 KB of main memory.See "Troubleshooting System Memory" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E0CF1
POST NO MEMORY
Main-memory refresh verification failure.Ensure that all banks contain memory modules of the same type and size and that they are properly installed. If the problem persists, see "Troubleshooting System Memory" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E0CF5
LOG DISABLE SBE
Multiple single-bit errors on a single memory module.See "Troubleshooting System Memory" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E0D76
DRIVE FAIL
Faulty or improperly installed hard drive or RAID controller.See "Troubleshooting SCSI Hard Drives" and "Troubleshooting a RAID Controller Card" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E0F04
POST CMOS
CMOS write/read failure; faulty system board.See "Getting Help."
E0F04
POST CPU SPEED
Microprocessor speed control sequence failure.See "Getting Help."
E0F04
POST DMA INIT
DMA initialization failure; DMA page register write/read failure.See "Troubleshooting System Memory" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E0F04
POST DMA REG
Faulty system board.See "Getting Help."
E0F04
POST KYB CNTRL
Faulty keyboard controller; faulty system board.See "Getting Help."
E0F04
POST MEM RFSH
Main-memory refresh verification failure.See "Troubleshooting System Memory" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E0F04
POST PIC REG
Master or slave PIC register test failure.See "Getting Help."
E0F04
POST SHADOW
BIOS-shadowing failure.See "Troubleshooting System Memory" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E0F04
POST SHD TEST
Shutdown test failure.
E0F04
POST SIO
Super I/O chip failure; faulty system board.See "Getting Help."
E0F04
POST TIMER
Programmable interval timer test failure; faulty system board.See "Getting Help."
E0F0B
POST ROM CHKSUM
Faulty or improperly installed expansion card.See "Troubleshooting Expansion Cards" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E0F0C
VID MATCH CPU n
Specified microprocessor is faulty, unsupported, improperly installed, or missing.See "Troubleshooting the Microprocessors" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E10F3
LOG DISABLE BIOS
BIOS disabled logging errors.Check the SEL for details on the errors.
E13F2
IO CHANNEL CHECK
Faulty or improperly installed expansion card; faulty system board.See "Troubleshooting Expansion Cards" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E13F4
PCI PARITY
E13F5
PCI SYSTEM
E13F8
CPU BUS INIT
Faulty or improperly installed microprocessor or system board.See "Troubleshooting the Microprocessors" in "Troubleshooting Your System." If the problem persists, see "Getting Help."
E13F8
CPU BUS PARITY
Faulty system board.See "Getting Help."
E13F8
CPU MCKERR
Machine check error; faulty or improperly installed microprocessor; faulty system board.See "Troubleshooting the Microprocessors" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E13F8
HOST BUS
Faulty system board.See "Getting Help."
E13F8
HOST TO PCI BUS
E13F8
MEM CONTROLLER
Faulty or improperly installed memory module; faulty system board.See "Troubleshooting System Memory" in "Troubleshooting Your System."
E1580
POWER CONTROL
Faulty system board.See "Getting Help."
E20F1
OS HANG
Operating system watchdog timer timed out.Restart your system. If the problem persists, see your operating system documentation.
EFFF0
RAC ERROR
Remote access controller firmware failure; faulty system board.See "Getting Help."
EFFF1
POST ERROR
BIOS error.Update the BIOS firmware (see "Getting Help").
EFFF2
BP ERROR
Faulty or improperly installed backplane board.Ensure that the interface cables are securely connected to the backplane board (see "Installing Drives"). If the problem persists, see "Getting Help."
NOTE: For the full name of an abbreviation or acronym used in this table, see the "Glossary" in the User's Guide.

Solving Problems Described by LCD Status Messages

When a single message appears on the status LCD, locate the code in Table 2-8 and perform the suggested corrective action. The code on the LCD can often specify a very precise fault condition that is easily corrected. For example, if the code E0780  MISSING CPU 1 appears, you know that a microprocessor is not installed in socket 1.
In contrast, you might be able to determine the problem if multiple related errors occur. For example, if you receive a series of messages indicating multiple voltage faults, you might determine that the problem is a failing power supply.

Removing LCD Status Messages

For faults associated with sensors, such as temperature, voltage, fans, and so on, the LCD message is automatically removed when that sensor returns to a normal state. For example, if temperature for a component goes out of range, the LCD displays the fault; when the temperature returns to the acceptable range, the message is removed from the LCD. For other faults, you must take action to remove the message from the display:
  • Clear the SEL — You can perform this task remotely, but you will lose the event history for the system.
  • Chassis intrusion — When you remove the cover, the system assumes that you are servicing the bad component; the LCD clears when you replace the cover.
  • Power cycle — Turn off the system and disconnect it from the electrical outlet; wait approximately ten seconds, reconnect the power cable, and restart the system.
Any of these actions will remove fault messages, and return the status indicators and LCD colors to the normal state. Messages will reappear under the following conditions:
  • The sensor returns to a normal state but fails again, resulting in a new SEL entry.
  • The system is reset and new error events are detected.
  • A failure is recorded from another source that maps to the same display entry.

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