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SC5650WS Chasis Fans Ramps Up as soon as OS is loaded

idata
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Hi All,

Well I am using s5520sc board with sc5650ws chasis this started happenind 3 to 4 days back when ever i start the system its fine but when the OS is loaded the chasis fans ramps up... running at full speed... i checked all the fan connection they were fine and also i updated the bios but seriously it feel like an sitting near a jumbo jet with its engine started... i did what is stated at the following link but it didnt worked out:

http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/sb/CS-031036.htm http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/sb/CS-031036.htm

if any one of you can help please do so.. any help will be appreciated.

Thanks

Jibran Hanif

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Daniel_O_Intel
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idata
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HI sorry for late response here is the SEL Log:

Version IPMI v2.0 Number of Entries 222 Last Add Time 01/03/2012-19:59:27 Last Erase Time Pre-Init Time Stamp Free Space Remaining in Bytes 61506 Num Time Stamp Sensor Type, Name & Number Event Description Generator ID 34 12/28/2011-22:49:43 OEM Event Operating system shutdown OEM Event 181 01/02/2012-20:55:04 OEM Event Operating system shutdown OEM Event 3 Pre-Init Time Stamp OEM Event Operating system shutdown OEM Event 115 12/31/2011-09:31:20 OEM Event Operating system shutdown OEM Event 171 01/01/2012-19:19:06 OEM Event Operating system shutdown OEM Event 191 01/02/2012-20:59:16 OEM Event Operating system shutdown OEM Event 68 12/28/2011-23:12:55 OEM Event Operating system shutdown OEM Event 201 01/02/2012-21:01:34 OEM Event Operating system shutdown OEM Event 211 01/03/2012-08:29:50 OEM Event Operating system shutdown OEM Event 10 12/28/2011-22:44:04 OEM Event Operating system shutdown OEM Event 128 01/01/2012-04:11:40 OEM Event Operating system shutdown OEM Event 102 12/30/2011-09:36:07 OEM Event Operating system shutdown OEM Event 92 12/29/2011-19:53:01 OEM Event Operating system shutdown OEM Event 161 01/01/2012-19:16:47 OEM Event Operating system shutdown OEM Event 151 01/01/2012-19:11:23 OEM Event Operating system shutdown OEM Event 141 01/01/2012-19:09:32 OEM Event Operating system shutdown OEM Event 58 12/28/2011-22:59:05 OEM Event Operating system shutdown OEM Event 44 12/28/2011-22:56:22 OEM Event Operating system shutdown OEM Event 85 Pre-Init Time Stamp OEM Event Operating system shutdown OEM Event 64 12/28/2011-22:59:25 System Event /BIOS Evt Sensor (# 0x83) Informational event: BIOS Evt Sensor reports Timestamp Clock Sync. Event is second of two expected events from BIOS on every power on. BIOS (Channel # 00h) 112 12/30/2011-19:22:07 System Event /BIOS Evt Sensor (# 0x83) Informational event: BIOS Evt Sensor reports a system boot event has occurred. BIOS (Channel # 00h) 16 12/28/2011-22:44:25 System Event /BIOS Evt Sensor (# 0x83) Informational event: BIOS Evt Sensor reports Timestamp Clock Sync. Event is second of two expected events from BIOS on every power on. BIOS (Channel # 00h) 74 12/28/2011-23:14:58 System Event /BIOS Evt Sensor (# 0x83) Informational event: BIOS Evt Sensor reports Timestamp Clock Sync. Event is first of two expected events from BIOS on every power on. BIOS (Channel # 00h) 125 12/31/2011-18:07:11 System Event /BIOS Evt Sensor (# 0x83) Informational event: BIOS Evt Sensor reports a system boot event has occurred. BIOS (Channel # 00h) 11 12/28/2011-22:44:07 System Event # 0x83 Informational event: System Event sensor 131 reports Timestamp Clock Sync. Event is first of two expected events from BIOS on every power on. BIOS (Channel # 00h) 168 01/01/2012-19:17:30 System Event /BIOS Evt Sensor (# 0x83) Informational event: BIOS Evt Sensor reports a system boot event has occurred. BIOS (Channel # 00h) 22 12/28/2011-22:47:07 System Event /BIOS Evt Sensor (# 0x83) Informational event: BIOS Evt Sensor reports Timestamp Clock Sync. Event is first of two expected events from BIOS on every power on. BIOS (Channel # 00h) 137 01/01/2012-18:02:11 System Event /BIOS Evt Sensor (# 0x83) Informational event: BIOS Evt Sensor reports Timestamp Clock Sync. Event is second of two expected events from BIOS on every power on. BIOS (Channel # 00h) 76 12/28/2011-23:15:22 System Event /BIOS Evt Sensor (# 0x83) Informational event: BIOS Evt Sensor reports Timestamp Clock Sync. Event is first of two expected events from BIOS on every power on. BIOS (Channel # 00h) 55 12/28/2011-22:58:18 System Event /BIOS Evt Sensor (# 0x83) Informational event: BIOS Evt Sensor reports a system boot event has occurred. BIOS (Channel # 00h) 29 12/28/2011-22:48:08 System Event /BIOS Evt Sensor (# 0x83) Informational event: BIOS Evt Sensor reports Timestamp Clock Sync. Event is first of two expected events from BIOS on every power on. BIOS (Channel # 00h) 6 12/28/2011-22:39:40 System Event /BIOS Evt Sensor (# 0x83) Informational event: BIOS Evt Sensor reports Timestamp Clock Sync. Event is second of two expected events from BIOS on every power on. BIOS (Channel # 00h) 123 Pre-Init Time Stamp System Event /BIOS Evt Sensor (# 0x83) Informational event: BIOS Evt Sensor reports Timestamp Clock Sync. Event is first of two expected events from BIOS on every power on. BIOS (Channel # 00h) 87 Pre-Init Time Stamp System Event /BIOS Evt Sensor (# 0x83) Informational event: BIOS Evt Sensor reports Timestamp Clock Sync. Event is first of two expected events from BIOS on every power on. BIOS (Channe...
idata
Community Manager
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hi again, well i tried both of the solutions but none worked :S

Daniel_O_Intel
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Is the OS trying to do any IPMI, for some reason?

idata
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idata
Community Manager
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thanks dan but am using windows 7 ultimate 64bit with this system :S

idata
Community Manager
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I found this error in isac in summary FRU data

IASC: FRU Read Error: Current offset exceeds length

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