I have a intel server board Intel SSR212MC2BR. When i turn it on, everthing is ok, but when i restart, I get the following LED diagnostic lights on the back:
MSB = Red
Bit 2 = Red
Bit 3 = Red
LSB = Off
and BEEP every two seconds
I am unable to find this combination in the product documentation.
Thanks for your help
During boot the LEDs cycle through system configuration processes, each with a specific POST code. Post Codes are documented in server board TPS/EPS. The SSR212MC2 uses the Intel® Server Board S5000PSL. The red, red, red, off code equates to E0h. You can view the POST Code Diagnostic LED Decoder in Appendix C of the S5000PSL http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/s5000psl/sb/CS-022619.htm Technical Product Specification. Always consider steps before and after the position of the LED's.
The SSR212MC2 also uses the Intel® RAID Controller SRCSAS144E. Are you sure it's the server board beeping? Could it be the RAID controller? You can find information on the RAID controller at the SRCSAS144E http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/highlights/server/srcsas144e Product Support page.