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MBern12
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Barebone Intel R2208WTTYC1R FANS PROBLEM WORKFLOW

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Hi I have a problem with Barebone Intel R2208WTTYC1R I don't know what I doing for have to control of the FANS. When the SO (Windows, Xen, CentOS...) is installed, the FANs have a null workflow , because the temperature of graphics cards and heatsink CPU have a high temperature to the point of to burn. Please, Anybody could help me? Thank you. Kind regards.

http://ark.intel.com/es-es/products/88282/Intel-Server-System-R2208WTTYC1R Intel® Server System R2208WTTYC1R Especificaciones

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idata
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Hello,

To answer your question, yes we can help you addressing the issue with the fans running at full speed. Our recommendation is updating the firmware to the latest version available, that will enhance communication between the board and all the components:

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26362/Intel-Server-Board-S2600WT-BIOS-and-Firmware-Update-... Intel® Server Board S2600WT BIOS and Firmware Update for EFI

Instructions can be found here:

Download the latest firmware for Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI) from support site.

 

Unzip the package and copy all files to a folder on a USB drive formatted as FAT32

 

Insert USB device to server/workstation USB port.

 

Boot Server to EFI shell by pressing F6.

 

Run command map -r in EFI shell to map USB device.

 

Run command fs0: to change folder to USB device. USB device can also map to fs1:. The number of the fs# is dependent on the result of command map -r.

 

Change folder to the folder storing the firmware package.

 

Run command startup.nsh to start updating all the firmware and BIOS.

Select option # 1 " update SDR only" when prompted a menu of five options for the FRUSDR update portion.

If you may need more personalized assistance, please proceed to contact our support group directly:

http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/contact-support.html Contact Support

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idata
Community Manager
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Hello,

To answer your question, yes we can help you addressing the issue with the fans running at full speed. Our recommendation is updating the firmware to the latest version available, that will enhance communication between the board and all the components:

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26362/Intel-Server-Board-S2600WT-BIOS-and-Firmware-Update-... Intel® Server Board S2600WT BIOS and Firmware Update for EFI

Instructions can be found here:

Download the latest firmware for Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI) from support site.

 

Unzip the package and copy all files to a folder on a USB drive formatted as FAT32

 

Insert USB device to server/workstation USB port.

 

Boot Server to EFI shell by pressing F6.

 

Run command map -r in EFI shell to map USB device.

 

Run command fs0: to change folder to USB device. USB device can also map to fs1:. The number of the fs# is dependent on the result of command map -r.

 

Change folder to the folder storing the firmware package.

 

Run command startup.nsh to start updating all the firmware and BIOS.

Select option # 1 " update SDR only" when prompted a menu of five options for the FRUSDR update portion.

If you may need more personalized assistance, please proceed to contact our support group directly:

http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/contact-support.html Contact Support

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MBern12
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I Followed the instructions and the problem continues.

I don't find option in the bios to change the fan speed.

Please, I need you help.

idata
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Hello,

 

 

Please contact our support group directly in order to provide instructions to extract all the server system logs and narrow the issue based on that report:

 

 

http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/contact-support.html Contact Support
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