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s1200bt server won't start - one long beep on powerup

SSham5
Beginner
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I moved the server 6 inches and now it wont start. Just one long beep and nothing else. no display either.

the diagnostic leds show 0 0 0 X 0 X 0 X

the manual does not cover the led combo above. any thoughts?

Tried unplugging and re-plugging the power cord, removing all power and

connections from M/B, reseating all components, same 1 long beep and nothing else.

Please help

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idata
Community Manager
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Hi,

Here are our recommendations:

- Clear the CMOS battery by removing it for one minute and power cycle the board.

- Take the board out of the chassis and test it over a non static surface with minimum components installed (processor, memory). You can use pins 11 and 13 to power up the board.

- Test the system without memory installed looking for beep codes. If you get 3 beep codes, test with different memory.

- If possible test the system with a regular ATX power supply.

- If the issue persists after removing memory and the power supply, we recommend contacting our support group via phone to replace the board under warranty.

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SSham5
Beginner
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just a follow up: this is custom built server running windows 2012 r2 and it has been

running for the past 6 months.

idata
Community Manager
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Hi,

Here are our recommendations:

- Clear the CMOS battery by removing it for one minute and power cycle the board.

- Take the board out of the chassis and test it over a non static surface with minimum components installed (processor, memory). You can use pins 11 and 13 to power up the board.

- Test the system without memory installed looking for beep codes. If you get 3 beep codes, test with different memory.

- If possible test the system with a regular ATX power supply.

- If the issue persists after removing memory and the power supply, we recommend contacting our support group via phone to replace the board under warranty.

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