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s5520sc install win7 64 hang

idata
Community Manager
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It's same problem as thsi link: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/w7itproinstall/thread/c7a504c6-6e57-4cf9-a7c3-bf05d01e... http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/w7itproinstall/thread/c7a504c6-6e57-4cf9-a7c3-bf05d01e...,

I updated the lastest bios, it had not changed, someone can help me?

My config : 2x w5580, 2G ddr1333 x6,after reset the worstation, the system very very slow!

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Edward_Z_Intel
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Most likely it's related to this issue: http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/sb/CS-031086.htm Slow system response with Windows 2008 R2* or Windows 7* and embedded NIC driver.

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Edward_Z_Intel
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Most likely it's related to this issue: http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/sb/CS-031086.htm Slow system response with Windows 2008 R2* or Windows 7* and embedded NIC driver.

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idata
Community Manager
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The NIC problem is OK now, But I have an other question for my system. When I finished install the win7 64. I run the Win7 performance index, when it goes to check CPU performance, the system power off and reboot suddenly,I had tried several times and the appearance of things same, I used the AIDA64 check the CPU with CPU Zlib , CPU AES and CPU HASH the same problem occur. Can you help me ?

Edward_Z_Intel
Employee
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I would check power first. What kind of PSU/chassis are you using?

idata
Community Manager
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My case is CHENBRO sr-109 and power is PC power &cooling 1KW
Edward_Z_Intel
Employee
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Seems it should do... Would you test with minimal configuration first (one CPU, one DIMM) and add one component at a time? That should help you to identify the faulty part. Also a fresh OS installation is recommended.

idata
Community Manager
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Hey Edward , I found my motherboard has some problem. There's no BMC firmware version,HSC firmware version and SDR revision, it displayed: 0.0 0.0 and - -. I can't update it with the EFI bootup.
Edward_Z_Intel
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What error did you get when updating the BMC? You may try the Force BMC update procedure as documented in the board http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/s5520sc/sb/CS-030231.htm Technical product specification section 7.2. If it still fails, get the board replaced.

idata
Community Manager
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Dear Edward,

Thank you for your advice! You are right. My upgrade BMC firmware Procedure: Jump the BMC force update to enable(2-3),then Run BMC34 in EFI boot environment,power off then Jumper jump to disable ,run

BMC40,and Upgrade to the Newest firmware.

I found why my system can't pass the Win7 performance index and the Aida64 cpu test, When use the bios option:

advance ->processor configuration ->core multi-processing ->ALL, The problem will occur,change the option to 1 or 2

will work !

idata
Community Manager
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Edward_Z_Intel
Employee
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So BMC is working now? Did you try only one CPU with core multi-processing set to All?

idata
Community Manager
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BMC is woking now. I tried 1 CPU for the system with core multi-processing set to All today, It's work normaly.

And before that , I reinstall the win7 system, I t still had problem with 2 CPU. Edward , can you help ??

Edward_Z_Intel
Employee
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What's the problem with 2 CPUs? Still reboot during performance test? Did you try both CPUs one at a time in Slot 1?

idata
Community Manager
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Yes, Still reboot during performance test with 2 CPU. Both CPUs one in slot 1 work fine.
idata
Community Manager
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Edward, my system pass PCT in EFI boot, and the SEL log:

Version IPMI v2.0

Number of Entries 28

Last Add Time 07/22/2012-09:36:26

Last Erase Time 07/22/2012-07:42:32

Free Space Remaining in Bytes 64998

Num Time Stamp Sensor Type, Name & Number Event Description Generator ID

1 07/22/2012-07:42:32 Event Log Cleared /System Event Log (# 0x07) Informational event: System Event Log reports the log area has been cleared. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

2 07/22/2012-07:43:18 Power Unit /Pwr Unit Status (# 0x01) Informational event: Pwr Unit Status reports the power unit is powered off or being powered down. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

3 07/22/2012-07:43:18 Power Unit /Pwr Unit Status (# 0x01) CRITICAL event: Pwr Unit Status reports the power unit has suffered a failure. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

4 07/22/2012-07:43:22 Power Unit /Pwr Unit Status (# 0x01) Informational event: Pwr Unit Status reports the power unit is powered off or being powered down. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

5 07/22/2012-07:43:23 Power Unit /Pwr Unit Status (# 0x01) Informational event: Pwr Unit Status reports the power unit has suffered a failure. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

6 07/22/2012-07:43:33 Fan /Processor 2 Fan (# 0x30) Warning event: Processor 2 Fan reports the sensor is in a low, but non-critical, and going lower state. Sensor reading: 744 RPM. Threshold value: 775 RPM. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

7 07/22/2012-07:43:33 Fan /Processor 1 Fan (# 0x31) Warning event: Processor 1 Fan reports the sensor is in a low, but non-critical, and going lower state. Sensor reading: 744 RPM. Threshold value: 775 RPM. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

8 07/22/2012-07:43:34 Fan /Processor 2 Fan (# 0x30) Informational event: Processor 2 Fan reports the sensor is no longer in a low non-critical state. Sensor reading: Unspecified. Threshold value: Unspecified. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

9 07/22/2012-07:43:34 Fan /Processor 1 Fan (# 0x31) Informational event: Processor 1 Fan reports the sensor is no longer in a low non-critical state. Sensor reading: Unspecified. Threshold value: Unspecified. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

10 07/22/2012-07:43:35 Fan /Processor 2 Fan (# 0x30) Warning event: Processor 2 Fan reports the sensor is in a low, but non-critical, and going lower state. Sensor reading: 744 RPM. Threshold value: 775 RPM. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

11 07/22/2012-07:43:35 Fan /Processor 1 Fan (# 0x31) Warning event: Processor 1 Fan reports the sensor is in a low, but non-critical, and going lower state. Sensor reading: 744 RPM. Threshold value: 775 RPM. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

12 07/22/2012-07:43:41 Fan /Processor 2 Fan (# 0x30) Informational event: Processor 2 Fan reports the sensor is no longer in a low non-critical state. Sensor reading: 899 RPM. Threshold value: 775 RPM. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

13 07/22/2012-07:43:42 Button /Button (# 0x09) Informational event: Button reports the power button has been pressed. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

14 07/22/2012-07:43:43 Fan /Processor 1 Fan (# 0x31) Informational event: Processor 1 Fan reports the sensor is no longer in a low non-critical state. Sensor reading: 899 RPM. Threshold value: 775 RPM. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

15 07/22/2012-07:43:45 Power Unit /Pwr Unit Status (# 0x01) Informational event: Pwr Unit Status reports the power unit is powered off or being powered down. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

16 07/22/2012-09:35:07 Power Unit /Pwr Unit Status (# 0x01) Informational event: Pwr Unit Status reports the power unit is powered off or being powered down. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

17 07/22/2012-09:35:07 Button /Button (# 0x09) Informational event: Button reports the power button has been pressed. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

18 07/22/2012-09:35:18 Fan /Processor 2 Fan (# 0x30) Warning event: Processor 2 Fan reports the sensor is in a low, but non-critical, and going lower state. Sensor reading: 775 RPM. Threshold value: 775 RPM. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

19 07/22/2012-09:35:18 Fan /Processor 1 Fan (# 0x31) Warning event: Processor 1 Fan reports the sensor is in a low, but non-critical, and going lower state. Sensor reading: 744 RPM. Threshold value: 775 RPM. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

20 07/22/2012-09:35:18 Fan /Processor 2 Fan (# 0x30) Informational event: Processor 2 Fan reports the sensor is no longer in a low non-critical state. Sensor reading: Unspecified. Threshold value: Unspecified. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

21 07/22/2012-09:35:18 Fan /Processor 1 Fan (# 0x31) Informational event: Processor 1 Fan reports the sensor is no longer in a low non-critical state. Sensor reading: Unspecified. Threshold value: Unspecified. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

22 07/22/2012-09:35:19 Fan /Processor 2 Fan (# 0x30) Warning event: Processor 2 Fan reports the sensor is in a low, but non-critical, and going lower state. Sensor reading: 775 RPM. Threshold value: 775 RPM. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

23 07/22/2012-09:35:19 Fan /Processor 1 Fan (# 0x31) Warning event: Processor 1 Fan reports the sensor is in a low, but non-critical, and going lower state. Sensor reading: 744 RPM. Threshold value: 775 RPM. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

24 07/22/2012-09:35:26 Fan /Processor 2 Fan (# 0x30) Informational event: Processor 2 Fan reports the sensor is no longer in a low non-critical state. Sensor reading: 930 RPM. Threshold value: 775 RPM. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

25 07/22/2012-09:35:26 Fan /Processor 1 Fan (# 0x31) Informational event: Processor 1 Fan reports the sensor is no longer in a low non-critical state. Sensor reading: 868 RPM. Threshold value: 775 RPM. BMC - LUN # 0 (Channel # 00h)

26 07/22/2012-09:35:31 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)

27 07/22/2012-09:35:32 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)

28 07/22/2012-09:36:26 System Event /BIOS Evt Sensor (# 0x83) Informational event: BIOS Evt Sensor reports a system boot event has occurred. BIOS (Channel # 00h)

Edward_Z_Intel
Employee
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There are events about power unit failure. If possible try a different PSU.

idata
Community Manager
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I think it's not the PSU problem, I had tried to replace 2 PSU, but nothing changed. Finally I set the bios option " hyper threading" to Disable, and then the system is OK now!
idata
Community Manager
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If who had the same issue?

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