Intel® Server System SR1630GP /
SR1630HGP Service Guide
A Guide for Technically Qualified Assemblers of Intel® Identified Subassemblies/
Products
Intel Order Number E73400-004
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without notice.
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airflow for cooling. Intel's own chassis are designed and tested to meet the intended thermal requirements of these
components when the fully integrated system is used together. It is the responsibility of the system integrator that
chooses not to use Intel developed server building blocks to consult vendor datasheets and operating parameters to
determine the amount of airflow required for their specific application and environmental conditions. Intel Corporation
can not be held responsible if components fail or the server board does not operate correctly when used outside any
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Safety Information
Important Safety Instructions
Read all caution and safety statements in this document before performing any of the
instructions. See also Intel Server Boards and Server Chassis Safety Information on the
Intel® Server Deployment Toolkit CD and/or at http://support.intel.com/support/
motherboards/server/sb/cs-010770.htm.
Wichtige Sicherheitshinweise
Lesen Sie zunächst sämtliche Warnund Sicherheitshinweise in diesem Dokument, bevor
Sie eine der Anweisungen ausführen. Beachten Sie hierzu auch die Sicherheitshinweise zu
Intel-Serverplatinen und Servergehäusen auf der Intel® Server Deployment Toolkit CD
oder unter http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/sb/cs-010770.htm.
Consignes de sécurité
Lisez attention toutes les consignes de sécurité et les mises en garde indiquées dans ce
document avant de suivre toute instruction. Consultez Intel Server Boards and Server
Chassis Safety Information sur le Intel® Server Deployment Toolkit CD ou bien rendezvous sur le site http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/sb/cs-010770.htm.
Instrucciones de seguridad importantes
Lea todas las declaraciones de seguridad y precaución de este documento antes de realizar
cualquiera de las instrucciones. Vea Intel Server Boards and Server Chassis Safety
Information en el Intel® Server Deployment Toolkit CD y/o en http://support.intel.com/
support/motherboards/server/sb/cs-010770.htm.
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Warnings
Heed safety instructions: Before working with your server product, whether you are
using this guide or any other resource as a reference, pay close attention to the safety
instructions. You must adhere to the assembly instructions in this guide to ensure and
maintain compliance with existing product certifications and approvals. Use only the
described, regulated components specified in this guide. Use of other products /
components will void the UL listing and other regulatory approvals of the product and
will most likely result in noncompliance with product regulations in the region(s) in which
the product is sold.
System power on/off: The power button DOES NOT turn off the system AC power. To
remove power from system, you must unplug the AC power cord from the wall outlet.
Make sure the AC power cord is unplugged before you open the chassis, add, or remove
any components.
Hazardous conditions, devices and cables: Hazardous electrical conditions may be
present on power, telephone, and communication cables. Turn off the server and
disconnect the power cord, telecommunications systems, networks, and modems attached
to the server before opening it. Otherwise, personal injury or equipment damage can
result.
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) and ESD protection: ESD can damage disk drives,
boards, and other parts. We recommend that you perform all procedures in this chapter
only at an ESD workstation. If one is not available, provide some ESD protection by
wearing an antistatic wrist strap attached to chassis ground any unpainted metal surface on
your server when handling parts.
ESD and handling boards: Always handle boards carefully. They can be extremely
sensitive to ESD. Hold boards only by their edges. After removing a board from its
protective wrapper or from the server, place the board component side up on a grounded,
static free surface. Use a conductive foam pad if available but not the board wrapper. Do
not slide board over any surface.
Installing or removing jumpers: A jumper is a small plastic encased conductor that slips
over two jumper pins. Some jumpers have a small tab on top that you can grip with your
fingertips or with a pair of fine needle nosed pliers. If your jumpers do not have such a tab,
take care when using needle nosed pliers to remove or install a jumper; grip the narrow
sides of the jumper with the pliers, never the wide sides. Gripping the wide sides can
damage the contacts inside the jumper, causing intermittent problems with the function
controlled by that jumper. Take care to grip with, but not squeeze, the pliers or other tool
you use to remove a jumper, or you may bend or break the pins on the board.
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Preface
About this Manual
Thank you for purchasing and using the Intel® Server System SR1630GP/SR1630HGP.
This manual is written for system technicians responsible for troubleshooting, upgrading,
and repairing this server system. This document provides reference information, feature
information, and step-by-step instructions on how to add and replace components on the
server system. For the latest version of this manual, see http://support.intel.com/support/
motherboards/server/S3420GP/.
Manual Organization
Chapter 1 provides an overview of the server system. In this chapter, you will find a list of
the server system features, illustrations of the product, and product diagrams to help you
identify components and their locations.
Chapter 2 provides instructions on using the utilities shipped with the board or that may be
required to update the system. This includes how to navigate through the BIOS Setup
screens, perform a BIOS update, and reset the password or CMOS. Information about the
specific BIOS settings and screens is available in the Intel® Server Board S3420GP
Technical Product Specification.
Chapter 3 provides instructions on adding and replacing components. Use this chapter for
step-by-step instructions and diagrams for installing or replacing components such as the
fans, power supply, drives, and other components.
At the back of this manual, you will find technical specifications, troubleshooting tips,
regulatory information, complete safety information, “getting help” information, and the
warranty.
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Product Contents
The Intel® Server System SR1630GP/SR1630HGP ships with the Intel® Server Board
S3420GPLC.
There are two versions of this server system: the Intel® Server System SR1630GP and the
Intel® Server System SR1630HGP. The contents of each server system are listed below.
Intel® Server System SR1630GP Contents
Your Intel® Server System SR1630GP ships with the following items:
• One Intel® Server Board S3420GPLC installed in the server system
• One 350-W power supply module, installed in the server system
• Two system blower fans, with attached cables, installed in the server system:
• One passive heat sink, mounted in the HDD0 position, next to the blower fans in the
server system
•
•
•
•
One hard disk drive 0 bracket, in the server system product box
One hard disk drive 1 bracket, installed in the server system
One slimline optical drive installation kit, in the server system product box
One PCI-E x 8 low profile riser card with supporting bracket, installed in the server
system.
• Screws:
— 6-32# screws for attaching the slimline optical drive to the chassis.
— 6-32# screws for attaching hard disk drives to the hard disk drive brackets and
attaching hard disk drive 0 bracket to the chassis.
— Four M2 screws for attaching the brackets to the slimline optical drive
•
•
•
•
Rack handles, in the server system product box
Standard front panel, installed in the server system
One rail kit, in a separate box
Cables:
— Two SATA cables, installed in the server system
— One front panel USB cable, installed in the server system
— One front panel cable, installed in the server system
• Documentation, drivers, and installation CD
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Intel® Server System SR1630HGP Contents
Your Intel® Server System SR1630HGP ships with the following items:
•
•
•
•
One Intel® Server Board S3420GPLC installed in the server system
One 350-W power supply module, installed in the server system
Two system blower fans, with attached cables, installed in the server system:
One passive heat sink, mounted behind the hard drives, next to the blower fans in the
server system
• Three hot-swap hard disk drive carriers, installed in the server system.
• One air baffle in the server system product box.
• One slimline optical drive installation kit, in the server system product box.
• One PCI-E x 8 low profile riser card with supporting bracket, installed in the server
system.
• Screws:
— One M2 screw for attaching the bracket to slim optical drive.
— One M3 screw for attaching the slim optical drive to the server system.
— One 6-32# screw for attaching the air baffle to the serve system.
•
•
•
•
•
Rack handles, in the server system product box
Standard front panel, installed in the server system
Standard HDD backplane, installed in the server system.
One rail kit, in a separate box
Cables:
— Three SATA cables, installed in the server system
— One front panel USB cable, installed in the server system
— One front panel cable, installed in the server system
— One SPGIO cable, installed in the server system.
• Documentation, drivers, and installation CD
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Server System References
If you need more information about this product or information about the accessories that
you can use with this server chassis, use the following resources.
For this Information or
Software
Technical information
about the server chassis,
including sub-system
overviews and
mechanical drawings
Use this Document or Software
Intel® Server System SR1630GP/SR1630HGP Technical Product
Specification
http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/S3420GP/
Intel® Server Board S3420GP Technical Product Specification
http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/S3420GP/
If you just received this
product and need to
install it
Intel® Server System SR1630GP/SR1630HGP Quick Start User's
Guide in the product box.
Accessories or other Intel
server products
Spares/Parts List & Configuration Guide
This is available from your Intel field representative or on the Server
Configurator Tool at:
http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/s3420gp/
howto.htm
Hardware (peripheral
boards, adapter cards)
and operating systems
that have been tested with
this product
For the Tested Hardware Operating Systems List, you can go to the
Intel® Server Configurator Tool:
Processors that have
been tested with this
product
Supported processors can be found at:
DIMMs that have been
tested with this product
Supported memory can be found at:
To make sure your system
falls within the allowed
power budget
Power Budget Tool
For software to manage
your Intel® server
Intel® System Management
For drivers
Driver (for an extensive list of drivers available)
http://serverconfigurator.intel.com/default.aspx
http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/S3420GP/
http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/S3420GP/
http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/S3420GP/
http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/S3420GP/
Operating System Driver (for operating system drivers)
http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/S3420GP/
For firmware and BIOS
updates
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Firmware can be found at:
http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/S3420GP/
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For this Information or
Software
For diagnostics test
software
Use this Document or Software
Diagnostics
http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/S3420GP/
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Table of Contents
Safety Information ..................................................................................................... iii
Important Safety Instructions ................................................................................................ iii
Wichtige Sicherheitshinweise ............................................................................................... iii
Consignes de sécurité .......................................................................................................... iii
Instrucciones de seguridad importantes ............................................................................... iii
Warnings ................................................................................................................................ v
Preface ....................................................................................................................... vii
About this Manual ................................................................................................................ vii
Manual Organization ............................................................................................................ vii
Product Contents .................................................................................................................viii
Intel® Server System SR1630GP Contents ................................................................viii
Intel® Server System SR1630HGP Contents ............................................................... ix
Server System References .................................................................................................... x
Chapter 1: Server System Features .......................................................................... 1
Chassis Component Identification ......................................................................................... 5
System Front Panel (SR1630GP) ................................................................................. 5
System Front Panel (SR1630HGP) ............................................................................... 7
System Rear .................................................................................................................. 8
Peripheral Devices (SR1630GP) ................................................................................... 9
Peripheral Devices (SR1630HGP) ................................................................................ 9
Hard Disk Drives ............................................................................................................ 9
Slimline Optical Drive Carrier ......................................................................................10
Internal Components (SR1630GP) ..............................................................................11
Internal Components (SR1630HGP) ...........................................................................12
Server Board Connectors / Components .............................................................................13
Configuration Jumpers ......................................................................................................... 15
Hardware Requirements ......................................................................................................17
Processor ....................................................................................................................17
Memory ........................................................................................................................17
Chapter 2: Server Utilities ........................................................................................ 19
Using the BIOS Setup Utility ................................................................................................19
Starting Setup ..............................................................................................................19
If You Cannot Access Setup ........................................................................................19
Setup Menus ...............................................................................................................19
Upgrading the BIOS .............................................................................................................21
Preparing for the Upgrade ...........................................................................................21
Upgrading the BIOS ....................................................................................................22
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Recovering the BIOS .................................................................................................. 22
Recovering the BIOS ........................................................................................................... 22
Clearing the Password ........................................................................................................ 23
Clearing the CMOS ..................................................................................................... 24
Updating the Integrated BMC ...................................................................................... 25
Chapter 3: Hardware Installations and Upgrades ..................................................27
Before You Begin ................................................................................................................ 27
Tools and Supplies Needed ........................................................................................ 27
System References ..................................................................................................... 27
Removing and Installing the Front Bezel ............................................................................. 28
Removing the Front Bezel ........................................................................................... 28
Installing the Front Bezel ............................................................................................. 29
Removing and Installing the Server Cover .......................................................................... 30
Removing the Server System Cover ........................................................................... 30
Installing the Server System Cover ............................................................................. 32
Removing and Installing the Processor Air Duct ................................................................. 33
Removing the Processor Air Duct ............................................................................... 33
Installing the Processor Air Duct ................................................................................. 35
Installing and Removing Memory ........................................................................................ 36
Installing DIMMs .......................................................................................................... 37
Removing DIMMs ........................................................................................................ 37
Replacing the Processor ..................................................................................................... 39
Removing the Heat Sink and Processor ..................................................................... 39
Installing the Processor ............................................................................................... 40
Installing the Heat Sink ............................................................................................... 43
Installing and Removing a Hard Drive (SR1630GP) ........................................................... 44
Installing a Hard Disk Drive (SR1630GP) ................................................................... 44
Removing a Hard Disk Drive (SR1630GP) ................................................................. 48
Installing and Removing a Hot-Swap SATA Drive (SR1630HGP) ...................................... 51
Installing a Hot-Swap SATA Drive (SR1630HGP) ...................................................... 51
Removing a Hot-Swap SATA Drive (SR1630HGP) .................................................... 53
Installing or Removing a Slimline Optical Drive (SR1630GP) ............................................. 54
Installing a Slimline Optical Drive ................................................................................ 54
Removing a Slimline Optical Drive .............................................................................. 56
Installing or Removing a Slimline Optical Drive (SR1630HGP) .......................................... 58
Installing a Slimline Optical Drive (SR1630HGP) ........................................................ 58
Removing a Slimline Optical Drive (SR1630HGP) ...................................................... 59
Installing and Removing the PCIe* Riser Assembly ............................................................ 61
Removing the PCIe* Riser Assembly .......................................................................... 61
Installing the PCIe* Riser Assembly ............................................................................ 62
Installing or Replacing a PCIe* Riser Card ......................................................................... 63
Removing a PCIe* Riser Card .................................................................................... 63
Installing a PCIe* Riser Card ...................................................................................... 64
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Installing and Removing a PCI Add-in Card ........................................................................65
Installing a PCI Add-in Card ........................................................................................65
Removing a PCI Add-in Card ......................................................................................66
Replacing the Server Board .................................................................................................68
Removing the Server Board ........................................................................................68
Installing the Server Board ..........................................................................................70
Replacing the CMOS Battery ...............................................................................................72
Replacing the Power Supply (SR1630GP) ..........................................................................74
Replacing the Power Supply (SR1630HGP) .......................................................................79
Replacing the Front Panel Board (SR1630GP) ...................................................................81
Replacing the Front Panel Board (SR1630HGP) ................................................................83
Replacing a System Fan (SR1630GP) ................................................................................87
Replacing the System Blower Fans (SR1630GP) .......................................................87
Replacing a System Fan (SR1630HGP) .............................................................................91
Replacing the System Blower Fans (SR1630HGP) ....................................................91
Installing and Removing the Rack Handles .........................................................................93
Installing the Rack Handles .........................................................................................93
Removing the Rack Handles .......................................................................................95
Appendix A: Technical Reference .......................................................................... 97
Cable Routing ......................................................................................................................97
Power Cable Routing (SR1630GP) .............................................................................98
Data Cable Routing (SR1630HGP) .............................................................................99
Cable Routing (SR1630HGP) ....................................................................................100
350-W Single Power Supply Input Voltages ......................................................................101
350-W Single Power Supply Output Voltages ...................................................................101
System Environmental Specifications ................................................................................102
Appendix B: Troubleshooting ............................................................................... 103
Resetting the System .........................................................................................................103
Problems following Initial System Installation ....................................................................104
First Steps Checklist ..................................................................................................104
Hardware Diagnostic Testing .............................................................................................105
Verifying Proper Operation of Key System Lights .....................................................105
Confirming Loading of the Operating System ............................................................105
Specific Problems and Corrective Actions .........................................................................105
Power Light Does Not Light .......................................................................................106
No Characters Appear on Screen .............................................................................106
Characters Are Distorted or Incorrect ........................................................................107
System Cooling Fans Do Not Rotate Properly ..........................................................107
Drive Activity Light Does Not Light ............................................................................108
CD-ROM Drive or DVD-ROM Drive Activity Light Does Not Light .............................108
Cannot Connect to a Server ......................................................................................108
Problems with Network ..............................................................................................109
System Boots when Installing PCI Card ....................................................................110
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Problems with Newly Installed Application Software ................................................. 110
Problems with Application Software that Ran Correctly Earlier ................................ 110
Devices are not Recognized under Device Manager (Microsoft Windows* Operating System) ............................................................................................................... 111
Hard Drive(s) are not Recognized ............................................................................. 111
Bootable CD-ROM Disk Is Not Detected .................................................................. 111
LED Information ........................................................................................................ 112
BIOS POST Beep Codes .......................................................................................... 112
Appendix C: Installation/Assembly Safety Instructions .....................................113
English ............................................................................................................................... 113
Deutsch ............................................................................................................................. 115
Français ............................................................................................................................. 117
Español ............................................................................................................................. 120
Italiano ............................................................................................................................... 123
Appendix D: Safety Information ............................................................................125
English ............................................................................................................................... 125
Server Safety Information ......................................................................................... 125
Safety Warnings and Cautions .................................................................................. 125
Intended Application Uses ........................................................................................ 126
Site Selection ............................................................................................................ 126
Equipment Handling Practices .................................................................................. 126
Power and Electrical Warnings ................................................................................. 127
Access Warnings ...................................................................................................... 127
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) ................................................................................... 128
Other Hazards ........................................................................................................... 128
Deutsch ............................................................................................................................. 129
Sicherheitshinweise für den Server ........................................................................... 129
Sicherheitshinweise und Vorsichtsmaßnahmen ....................................................... 130
Zielbenutzer der Anwendung .................................................................................... 130
Standortauswahl ....................................................................................................... 131
Handhabung von Geräten ......................................................................................... 131
Warnungen zu Netzspannung und Elektrizität .......................................................... 132
Warnhinweise für den Systemzugang ....................................................................... 132
Elektrostatische Entladungen (ESD) ......................................................................... 133
Andere Gefahren ....................................................................................................... 134
Français ............................................................................................................................. 135
Consignes de sécurité sur le serveur ........................................................................ 135
Sécurité: avertissements et mises en garde ............................................................. 135
Domaines d’utilisation prévus ................................................................................... 136
Sélection d’un emplacement ..................................................................................... 136
Pratiques de manipulation de l’équipement .............................................................. 137
Alimentation et avertissements en matière d’électricité ............................................ 138
Avertissements sur l’accès au système .................................................................... 138
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Décharges électrostatiques (ESD) ............................................................................139
Autres risques ............................................................................................................139
Español ..............................................................................................................................140
Información de seguridad del servidor ......................................................................140
Advertencias y precauciones sobre seguridad ..........................................................140
Aplicaciones y usos previstos ....................................................................................141
Selección de la ubicación ..........................................................................................142
Manipulación del equipo ............................................................................................142
Advertencias de alimentación y eléctricas .................................................................142
Advertencias el acceso al sistema ............................................................................143
Descarga electrostática (ESD) ..................................................................................144
Otros peligros ............................................................................................................144
Appendix E: Regulatory and Compliance Information ....................................... 153
Product Regulatory Compliance ........................................................................................153
Product Safety Compliance .......................................................................................153
Product EMC Compliance - Class A Compliance ......................................................154
Product Ecology Requirements .................................................................................155
Component Regulatory Requirements Needed to Support System Level Certifications .
156
Certifications / Registrations / Declarations ...............................................................157
Product Regulatory Compliance Markings ................................................................158
Electromagnetic Compatibility Notices ..............................................................................163
FCC Verification Statement (USA) ............................................................................163
Industry Canada (ICES-003) .....................................................................................164
Europe (CE Declaration of Conformity) .....................................................................164
VCCI (Japan) .............................................................................................................164
BSMI (Taiwan) ...........................................................................................................165
Korean Compliance (RRL) ........................................................................................165
End-of-Life / Product Recycling .........................................................................................165
Appendix F: Warranty ............................................................................................ 167
Limited Warranty for Intel® Chassis Subassembly Products .............................................167
Appendix G: Getting Help ...................................................................................... 171
World Wide Web ................................................................................................................171
Telephone ..........................................................................................................................171
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List of Figures
Figure 1. Intel® Server System SR1630GP .............................................................................. 1
Figure 2. Intel® Server System SR1630HGP............................................................................ 2
Figure 3. Front Controls and LEDs (SR1630GP) ...................................................................... 5
Figure 4. Front Controls and LEDs (SR1630HGP) ................................................................... 7
Figure 5. Back Panel Connectors.............................................................................................. 8
Figure 6. System Components (SR1630GP) .......................................................................... 11
Figure 7. System Components (SR1630HGP)........................................................................ 12
Figure 8. S3420GP Connector and Component Locations ..................................................... 14
Figure 9. Configuration Jumper Descriptions .......................................................................... 16
Figure 10. BIOS Recovery Jumper ......................................................................................... 23
Figure 11. Password Recovery Jumper .................................................................................. 24
Figure 12. CMOS Recovery Jumper ....................................................................................... 25
Figure 13. BMC Force Update Jumper ................................................................................... 25
Figure 14. Removing the Front Bezel...................................................................................... 28
Figure 15. Installing the Front Bezel........................................................................................ 29
Figure 16. Removing the Server System Cover (SR1630GP) ................................................ 30
Figure 17. Removing the Server System Cover (SR1630HGP).............................................. 31
Figure 18. Installing the Server System Cover (SR1630GP) .................................................. 32
Figure 19. Installing the Server System Cover (SR1630HGP)................................................ 33
Figure 20. Removing the Processor Air Duct (SR1630GP) .................................................... 34
Figure 21. Removing the Processor Air Duct (SR1630HGP).................................................. 34
Figure 22. Installing the Processor Air Duct (SR1630GP) ...................................................... 35
Figure 23. Installing the Processor Air Duct (SR1630HGP).................................................... 36
Figure 24. Installing the Memory ............................................................................................. 37
Figure 25. Lifting the Processor Socket Handle ...................................................................... 40
Figure 26. Opening the Load Plate ......................................................................................... 41
Figure 27. Removing the Shipping Cover ............................................................................... 41
Figure 28. Installing the Processor.......................................................................................... 42
Figure 29. Removing the Protective Socket Cover ................................................................. 42
Figure 30. Installing the Heat Sink .......................................................................................... 43
Figure 31. Locating Drive Positions (SR1630GP) ................................................................... 45
Figure 32. Removing Drive Carrier from the Server System (SR1630GP) ............................. 45
Figure 33. Installing Drive into Drive Carrier (SR1630GP)...................................................... 46
Figure 34. Install Drive Assembly into the Server System (SR1630GP)................................. 46
Figure 35. Connecting Hard Drive Power and Data Cables (SR1630GP) .............................. 48
Figure 36. Removing Drive Carrier from the Server System (SR1630GP) ............................. 49
Figure 37. Locating Drive Positions (SR1630HGP) ................................................................ 51
Figure 38. Removing the Drive Carrier (SR1630HGP) ........................................................... 52
Figure 39. Installing Drive into Drive Carrier (SR1630HGP) ................................................... 52
Figure 40. Install Drive Assembly into the Server System (SR1630HGP) .............................. 53
Figure 41. Removing the Knock-out from the Sheet Metal Panel ........................................... 55
Figure 42. Attaching the Optical Drive to the Brackets............................................................ 55
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Figure 43. Installing the Optical Drive into the System ........................................................... 56
Figure 44. Removing the Optical Drive from the Server System ............................................ 57
Figure 45. Removing the Optical Drive Brackets .................................................................... 57
Figure 46. Attaching the Optical Drive to the Attachment Bracket.......................................... 58
Figure 47. Installing the Optical Drive into the System ........................................................... 59
Figure 48. Removing the Optical Drive from the System........................................................ 60
Figure 49. Removing the Optical Drive from the Attachment Bracket .................................... 60
Figure 50. Removing PCIe* Riser Assembly from the Server System ................................... 61
Figure 51. Installing PCIe* Riser Assembly into the Server System....................................... 62
Figure 52. Removing Riser Card from Riser Assembly .......................................................... 63
Figure 53. Installing Riser Card onto Riser Assembly ............................................................ 64
Figure 54. Installing an Add-In Card ....................................................................................... 66
Figure 55. Removing a Full Height Add-In Card ..................................................................... 67
Figure 56. Removing the Server Board .................................................................................. 69
Figure 57. Installing the Server Board .................................................................................... 71
Figure 58. Replacing the CMOS Battery................................................................................. 73
Figure 59. Disconnecting Power Cables (SR1630GP) ........................................................... 75
Figure 60. Removing Power Supply from the Server System (SR1630GP) ........................... 76
Figure 61. Installing Power Supply Module into the Server System (SR1630GP).................. 77
Figure 62. Connecting Power Cables (SR1630GP)................................................................ 78
Figure 63. Removing Power Supply from the Server System (SR1630HGP) ........................ 79
Figure 64. Installing Power Supply Module into the Server System (SR1630HGP) ............... 80
Figure 65. Removing Front Panel Board from the Server System (SR1630GP) .................... 81
Figure 66. Installing Front Panel Board into the Server System (SR1630GP) ....................... 82
Figure 67. Removing Front Panel Board from the Server System (SR1630HGP) ................. 83
Figure 68. Removing Light Pipes from the Front Panel Board (SR1630HGP) ....................... 84
Figure 69. Installing Front Panel Board into the Server System (SR1630HGP)..................... 85
Figure 70. Installing Light Pipes on the Front Panel Board (SR1630HGP) ............................ 86
Figure 71. Disconnecting System Blower Fans (SR1630GP)................................................. 87
Figure 72. Removing Bracket and System Blower Fans from Server System (SR1630GP) .. 88
Figure 73. Removing Fan from Fan Bracket (SR1630GP) ..................................................... 89
Figure 74. Connecting System Blower Fans (SR1630GP) ..................................................... 90
Figure 75. Removing Fan from the Server System (SR1630HGP) ........................................ 92
Figure 76. Installing Fan into the Server System (SR1630HGP)............................................ 93
Figure 77. Installing the Rack Handle ..................................................................................... 94
Figure 78. Removing the Rack Handle ................................................................................... 95
Figure 79. Power Cable Routing (SR1630GP) ....................................................................... 98
Figure 80. Data Cable Routing (SR1630HGP) ....................................................................... 99
Figure 81. Cable Routing (SR1630HGP).............................................................................. 100
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List of Tables
Table 1. Intel® Server System SR1630GP / SR1630HGP Feature Summary .......................... 3
Table 2. Intel® Server System SR1630GP Control Panel LED Functions ................................ 5
Table 3. Intel® Server System SR1630HGP Control Panel LED Functions ............................. 7
Table 4. NIC LED Descriptions .................................................................................................8
Table 5. Channel Slot Configuration .......................................................................................17
Table 6. Setup Menu Key Use ................................................................................................20
Table 7. Power Supply Output Capability ..............................................................................101
Table 8. System Environmental Specifications .....................................................................102
Table 9. Resetting the System ..............................................................................................103
Table 10. LED Information ....................................................................................................112
Table 11. POST Error Beep Codes .......................................................................................112
Table 12. .Product Regulatory Compliance Markings ...........................................................158
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Server System Features
This chapter briefly describes the main features of the server system. This chapter
provides illustrations of the product, a list of the server system features, and diagrams
showing the location of important components and connections on the server system.
Figure 1. Intel® Server System SR1630GP
Note: Figure 1 is shown with an optional optical drive installed.
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Figure 2. Intel® Server System SR1630HGP
Note: Figure 2 is shown with an optional optical drive installed.
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Table 1 summarizes the features of the server system.
Table 1. Intel® Server System SR1630GP / SR1630HGP Feature Summary
Feature
Description
Dimensions (SR1630GP)
•
•
•
•
1.70 inches high (4.30 centimeters)
16.93 inches wide (43.00 centimeters)
20 inches deep (50.80 centimeters)
22 pounds (9.979 kilograms)
Dimensions (Sr1630HGP)
•
•
•
•
1.69 inches high (4.29 centimeters)
16.9 inches wide (43.00 centimeters)
25.5 inches deep (64.8 centimeters)
23 pounds (10.43 kilograms)
Server Board
Intel® Server Board S3420GPLC
Processor
Supports for one Intel® Xeon® 3400 Series Processor in FC-LGA
1156 socket package.
•
•
Memory
2.5 GT/s point-to-point DMI interface to PCH
LGA 1156 pin socket
Two memory channels with support for 1066 / 1333 Unbuffered
(UDIMM) or 800/1066/1033 MHz Registered (RDIMM) DDR3.
Up to two UDIMMs or three RDIMMs per channel. 32 GB maximum
with x8 ECC RDIMM (2 Gb DRAM) and 16 GB maximum with x8
ECC UDIMM.
Chipset
Support for Intel® Ibexpeak Platform Controller Hub (PCH)
ServerEngines* LLC Pilot II BMC controller (Integrated BMC)
Peripherals
Slimline bay for slimline SATA optical drive.
One PCI Express* x8 add-in card slot (Gen 2).
I/O Control
External connections:
•
•
•
•
Expansion Capabilities
(optional accessory
required)
DB-15 video connectors
DB-9 serial Port A connector
Four USB 2.0 connectors
One USB 2.0 connector (front)
One low-profile riser slot supporting one low-profile half-length PCI
Express* 2.0 x8 add-in card.
Fans
Supports two system fans.
Video
On-board ServerEngines* LLC Pilot II BMC Controller
•
•
Integrated 2D Video Controller with 8 MB video memory
64 MB DDR2 667 MHz memory
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Table 1. Intel® Server System SR1630GP / SR1630HGP Feature Summary
Feature
LAN
Description
•
•
Hard Drives
SATA support, 3 Gb/s: capable of supporting up to two drives
(SR1630GP) or three drives (SR1630HGP).
Peripherals
Slimline bay for SATA optical drive (optional).
Front panel
Standard front panel
Power Supply
One 350-watt power supply module.
System Management
On-board LLC Pilot II Controller (iBMC)
•
4
One Gigabit Ethernet device 82574L connect to PCI-E x1
interfaces on the PCH
One Gigabit Ethernet PHY 82578DM connected to PCH
through PCI-E x1 interface
Integrated Baseboard Management Controller (Integrated
BMC), IPMI 2.0 compliant
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Chassis Component Identification
This section helps you identify the components of your server system. If you are near the
system, you can also use the Quick Reference Label on the inside of the chassis cover to
assist in identifying components.
System Front Panel (SR1630GP)
The front of the server system includes the following buttons and LEDs.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
AF001000
A.
USB Port
E.
Hard Disk Drive Activity LED
B.
Power Button
F.
NIC1 LED
C.
System Status LED
G.
NIC2 LED
D.
System Power LED
Figure 3. Front Controls and LEDs (SR1630GP)
Table 2. Intel® Server System SR1630GP Control Panel LED Functions
LED
NIC 1 / NIC 2
Activity
Power /
Sleep
Color
State
Description
Green
On
NIC Link / AC is on / no access
Green
Blink
LAN access
Green
On
Power on
Off
Off
Power Off / ACPI S4 state
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Table 2. Intel® Server System SR1630GP Control Panel LED Functions
LED
System
Status (on
standby
power)
Disk Activity
6
Color
Green
State
Description
On
Running / normal operation
Blink
System ready, but degraded
On
Critical or non-recoverable condition. Possible critical
power module failure, critical fan failure, voltage (power
supply), voltage and thermal fault
Blink
Non-critical condition
Off
Off
POST / system stop. System not ready.
Green
Random
blink
HDD access
Off
Off
No hard disk drive activity
Amber
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System Front Panel (SR1630HGP)
The front of the server system includes the following buttons and LEDs.
E
B
A
C
D
G
F
AF001573
A.
NIC1 LED
E.
HDD Activity LED
B.
NIC2 LED
F.
USB Port
C.
Power LED
G.
Power Button
D.
System Status LED
Figure 4. Front Controls and LEDs (SR1630HGP)
Table 3. Intel® Server System SR1630HGP Control Panel LED Functions
LED
NIC 1 / NIC 2
Activity
Color
State
Description
Green
On
NIC Link / System is On
Green
Blink
LAN access
Green
On
Power on
Blink
Sleep / ACPI S1 state
Off
Off
Power Off / ACPI S4 state
System
Status (on
standby
power)
N/A
N/A
N/A
Disk Activity
Green
Random
blink
HDD access
Off
Off
No hard disk drive activity
Power /
Sleep
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System Rear
A.
AC Power Connector
E.
NIC 2 Connector (10/100/1000 MB)
B.
Serial Port A
F.
USB Ports 6 and 7
C.
Video Connector
G.
USB Ports 8 and 9
D.
NIC 1 Connector (10/100/1000 MB)
H.
PCI Express* Slot
Figure 5. Back Panel Connectors
The NIC LEDs at the right and left of each NIC provide the following information.
Table 4. NIC LED Descriptions
LED
Left
Red
8
LED State
Green
LED State
NIC State
Off
LAN link is not established.
On
LAN link is established.
Blinking
LAN activity is occurring.
N/A
Off
10 Mbit / sec data rate is
selected
Green
On
100 Mbit / sec data is
selected
Yellow
On
1000 Mbit / sec data rate is
selected
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Peripheral Devices (SR1630GP)
The server system provides locations and hardware for installing hard drives, slimline
CD-ROM drive, or DVD-ROM drive. You must purchase the drives separately. Available
options include:
• Slimline Optical Drive Bay
• Hard Disk Drive Bay HDD0 (located under the slimline optical drive bay)
• Hard Disk Drive Bay HDD1
Peripheral Devices (SR1630HGP)
The server system provides locations and hardware for installing hard drives, slimline
CD-ROM drive, or DVD-ROM drive. You must purchase the drives separately. Available
options include:
• Slimline Optical Drive Bay
• Three Hard Disk Drive Bays
Hard Disk Drives
The Intel® Server System SR1630GP/SR1630HGP provides six SATA ports. The six
SATA ports are near the front left side of the server board.
For instructions on installing hard drives, see “Installing and Removing a Hard Drive
(SR1630GP)” on page 44.
Note: Each drive can consume up to 17 W of power. Drives must be specified to run at a
maximum ambient temperature of 45 ° C.
Note: The Intel® Server System SR1630GP / SR1630HGP does not support all Serial ATA
(SATA) hard drives. See “Server System References” on page x for an Internet link to a
list of supported hardware.
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Slimline Optical Drive Carrier
One slimline drive carrier is included with your server system; you must purchase the
optical drive separately. To use the slimline DVD drive provided by Intel, use order code
AXXSATADVDROM. To use the slimline DVD CDRW drive provided by Intel, use
order code AXXSATADVDRWROM.
Note: The Intel® Server System SR1630GP / SR1630HGP does not support all slimline optical
drives. See Table 1 on page x for an Internet link to a list of supported hardware. Intel
provides accessory kits for these drives.
For installation instructions for an optical drive, see “Installing or Removing a Slimline
Optical Drive (SR1630GP)” on page 54.
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Internal Components (SR1630GP)
D
B
C
A
E
K
F
G
J
H
I
A
AF003242
A.
Rack Handles (two)
G.
System Memory DIMM Sockets
B.
Server Board
H.
System Blower Fans (two)
C.
Processor Air Duct
I.
Hard Drive Bays
D.
PCIe* Riser Assembly
J.
Front Panel
E.
Processor and Heatsink
K.
Slimline Optical Drive Bay
F.
Power Supply
Figure 6. System Components (SR1630GP)
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Internal Components (SR1630HGP)
C
D
E
F
B
A
G
H
M
L
K
I
J
A
AF003243
A.
Rack Handles (two)
H.
Power Supply
B.
PCI Air Baffle
I.
Front Panel Board
C.
System Blower Fans (two)
J.
Front Panel
D.
Processor Air Duct
K.
Hard Drive Carriers (two)
E.
Server Board
L.
Slimline Optical Drive Bay
F.
PCIe* Riser Assembly
M.
Hard Drive Carrier (one)
G.
Processor and Heat Sink
Figure 7. System Components (SR1630HGP)
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Server Board Connectors / Components
A
B C D
E
F
G
H
J
I
K
L
M
N
DD
O
CC
BB
P
AA
Z
T
V
W
S
R
Q
U
X
AF003290
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A.
Slot 1, 32 Mbit/33 MHz PCI
P.
DIMM slots
B.
Slot 2, PCI Express* Gen1 x1
(x4 connector) (Intel® Server
Board S3420GPLX only)
Q.
System FAN 2 and System
FAN 3
C.
Intel RMM3 Connector (Intel®
Server Board S3420GPLX
only)
R.
CPU socket
D.
Slot 3, PCI Express* Gen1 x4
(PCI Express* Gen2 compliant)
S.
CPU Fan connector
E.
Slot 4, PCI Express* Gen2 x4
(x8 connector) (Intel® Server
Board S3420GPLX only)
T.
USB SSD connector
F.
Slot 5, PCI Express* Gen2 x8
(x8 connector)
U.
SAS Module connector (Intel®
Server Board S3420GPLX
only)
G.
Slot 6, PCI Express* Gen2 x8
(x16 connector)
V.
System FAN 1
H.
CMOS battery
W. IPMB
I.
Ethernet and Dual USB Combo
X.
SATA_SGPIO
J.
Ethernet and Dual USB Combo
Y.
HSBP
K.
System FAN 4
Z.
USB Floppy
L.
Video port
AA. Six SATA ports
M.
External serial port
BB. Intel USB Connectors
N.
Main power connector
CC. Front panel connector
O.
CPU power connector
DD. Internal serial ports
Figure 8. S3420GP Connector and Component Locations
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Configuration Jumpers
BMC
Force
Update
2
J1A2
3
ME
Force
Update
2
J1F1
3
BIOS
Recovery
2
J1F3
Default
Default
J1F5
Enabled
Default
3
Password
Clear
2
J1F2
3
CMOS
Clear
Enabled
Recover
Default
Password
Clear
Default
2
3
CLEAR
CMOS
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Jumper Name
BIOS Recovery
Jumper Purpose
Jumper in normal position (pins 1-2) allows normal system
operation with correct BIOS settings. System will POST normally.
Jumper in maintenance mode (pins 2-3) allows Intel® AMT setting/
password reset.
Jumper removed is used to recover from a corrupted BIOS.
Bootable media with a valid BIOS ROM required.
Password Clear
Jumper in normal position (pins 1-2) allows the system to
successfully POST and boot to the operating system environment.
BIOS settings are kept intact.
Jumper in clear position (pins 2-3) initiates a clearing of password.
CMOS Clear
Jumper in normal position (pins 1-2) allows the system to
successfully POST and boot to the operating system environment.
BIOS settings are kept intact.
Jumper in clear position (pins 2-3) initiates a clearing of NVRAM
following POST. A system message confirms the CMOS clear
operation was successful. This setting enforces default BIOS
settings, which you can change by entering setup pressing F2, then
exiting setup pressing F10 and saving changes.
BMC Force Update
Jumper in normal position (pins 1-2) disables BMC firmware force
update.
Jumper in clear position (pins 2-3) allows BMC firmware force
update.
Figure 9. Configuration Jumper Descriptions
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Hardware Requirements
To avoid integration difficulties and possible board damage, your system must meet the
following requirements outlined. For a list of qualified components, see the links under
“Server System References”.
Processor
The Intel® Server Board S3420GP supports one Intel® Xeon® 3400 processor series with
95 W Thermal Design Power (TDP) with 2.5 GT/s or one Intel® Xeon® processor 3400
series with 65 W TDP with 2.5 GT/s.
For a complete list of supported processors, see the links under “Server System
References” on page x.
Memory
The Intel® Server Board S3420GP supports a DDR3-based memory sub-system. The
server board supports up to three DIMM sockets per channel.
Refer to the following table for channel slot configuratoin. The minimal memory
population is one DIMM in memory slot DIMM_A1. For a complete list of supported
memory DIMMs, see the links under “Server System References” on page x.
Table 5. Channel Slot Configuration
Channel A
A1
RDIMM
A2
Channel B
A3
B1
B2
B3
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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Table 5. Channel Slot Configuration
Channel A
A1
UDIMM
A2
Channel B
A3
B1
B2
B3
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
The Independent Channel Mode is the default Maximum Performance Mode preferred for
Intel® Xeon® processor 3400 based platforms. All three channels may be populated in any
order and have no matching requirements. All channels must run at the same interface
frequency, but individual channels may run at different DIMM timings (RAS latency,
CAS latency, etc.).
The Intel® SAS Entry RAID Module option is enabled by default once the Intel® SAS
Entry RAID Module.
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Server Utilities
Using the BIOS Setup Utility
This section describes the BIOS Setup Utility options, which are used to change server
configuration defaults. You can run BIOS Setup with or without an operating system
present. See the links under “Server System References” on page x for a link to the Intel®
Server Board S3420GP Technical Product Specification where you will find details about
specific BIOS setup screens.
Starting Setup
You can enter and start BIOS Setup under several conditions:
• When you turn on the server, after POST completes the memory test.
• When you have moved the CMOS jumper on the server board to the “Clear CMOS”
position (enabled).
In the two conditions listed previously, during the Power On Self Test (POST), you will
see this prompt:
Press <F2> to enter SETUP
In a third condition, when CMOS/NVRAM is corrupted, you will see other prompts but
not the <F2> prompt:
Warning: CMOS checksum invalid
Warning: CMOS time and date not set
In this condition, the BIOS loads the default values for CMOS and attempts to boot.
If You Cannot Access Setup
If you cannot access the BIOS Setup, you might need to clear the CMOS memory. For
instructions on clearing the CMOS, see “Clearing the CMOS” on page 24.
Setup Menus
Each BIOS Setup menu page contains a number of features. Except for those features that
are provided only to display automatically configured information, each feature is
associated with a value field that contains user-selectable parameters. A user can change
these parameters if they have adequate security rights. If a value cannot be changed for
any reason, the feature's value field is inaccessible.
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“Setup Menu Key Use” describes the keyboard commands you can use in the BIOS Setup
menus.
Table 6. Setup Menu Key Use
Key to Press
Description
<F1>
Pressing the <F1> key on any menu opens the general help window.
Left and right arrows
The left and right arrow keys are used to move between the major menu
pages. The keys have no effect if a submenu or pick list is displayed.
Up arrow
Select Item up - The up arrow is used to select the previous value in a
menu item's option list, or a value field pick list. Pressing <Enter>
activates the selected item.
Down arrow
Select Item down - The down arrow is used to select the next value in a
menu item's option list, or a value field pick list. Pressing <Enter>
activates the selected item.
<F5> or <->
Change Value - The minus key or the <F5> function key is used to
change the value of the current item to the previous value. This key
scrolls through the values in the associated pick list without displaying
the full list.
<F6> or <+>
Change Value - The plus key or the <F6> function key is used to change
the value of the current menu item to the next value. This key scrolls
through the values in the associated pick list without displaying the full
list. On 106-key Japanese keyboards, the plus key has a different scan
code than the plus key on the other keyboard, but it has the same effect.
<Enter>
Execute Command - The <Enter> key is used to activate submenus
when the selected feature is a submenu, or to display a pick list if a
selected feature has a value field, or to select a sub-field for multi-valued
features like time and date. If a pick list is displayed, pressing <Enter>
will undo the pick list, and allow another selection in the parent menu.
<Esc>
Exit - The <Esc> key provides a mechanism for backing out of any field.
This key will undo the pressing of the <Enter> key. When <Esc> is
pressed while editing any field or selecting features of a menu, the
parent menu is re-entered. When <Esc> is pressed in any submenu, the
parent menu is re-entered. When <Esc> is pressed in any major menu,
the exit confirmation window displays and the user is asked whether they
want to discard their changes.
<F9>
Setup Defaults - Pressing <F9> causes the following to display:
Setup Confirmation
Load default configuration now?
[Yes] [No]
If “Yes” is selected and <Enter> is pressed, all Setup fields are set to
their default values. If “No” is selected and <Enter> is pressed, or <Esc>
is pressed, the user is returned to where they were before <F9> was
pressed without affecting any existing field values.
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Table 6. Setup Menu Key Use
Key to Press
<F10>
Description
Save and Exit - Pressing <F10> causes the following message to
display:
Setup Confirmation
Save Configuration changes and exit now?
[Yes] [No]
If “Yes” is selected and <Enter> is pressed, all changes are saved and
Setup is exited. If “No” is selected and <Enter> is pressed, or <Esc> is
pressed, the user is returned to where they were before <F10> was
pressed without affecting any existing values.
Upgrading the BIOS
The upgrade utility allows you to upgrade the BIOS in flash memory. The code and data in
the upgrade file include the following:
• On-board system BIOS, including the recovery code, BIOS Setup Utility, and
strings.
• On-board video BIOS, and other option ROMs for devices embedded on the server
board.
• OEM binary area
• Microcode
Preparing for the Upgrade
The following steps explain how to prepare to upgrade the BIOS, including how to record
the current BIOS settings and obtain the upgrade utility.
Note: In the unlikely event that a BIOS error occurs during the BIOS update process, you may
need to follow a recovery process to return the system to service. See “Server System
References” on page x for a link to necessary software and instructions.
Recording the Current BIOS Settings
1. Boot the computer and press <F2> when you see the following message:
Press <F2> Key if you want to run SETUP
2. Write down the current settings in the BIOS Setup program.
Note: Do not skip Step 2. You need these settings to configure your server at the end of the
procedure.
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Obtaining the Upgrade
Download the BIOS image file to a temporary folder on your hard drive. See “Server
System References” on page x for a link to the update software.
Note: Before attempting a BIOS upgrade, review the instructions and release notes provided in
the readme file distributed with the BIOS image file. The release notes contain critical
information regarding jumper settings, specific fixes, and other information to complete
the upgrade.
Upgrading the BIOS
Follow the instructions in the readme file that came with the BIOS upgrade. When the
update completes, remove the bootable media from which you performed the upgrade.
Caution: Do not power down the system during the BIOS update process!
Note: You may encounter a CMOS Checksum error or other problem after reboot. If this
happens, shut down the system and boot it again. CMOS checksum errors require that you
enter Setup, check your settings, save your settings, and exit Setup.
Recovering the BIOS
If an update to the system BIOS is not successful or if the system fails to complete POST
and the BIOS is unable to boot an operating system, it may be necessary to run the BIOS
recovery procedure.
To place the baseboard into recovery mode, move the boot option jumper (located on the
baseboard) to the recovery position. The BIOS can then execute the recovery BIOS (also
known as the boot block) instead of the normal BIOS. The recovery BIOS is a selfcontained image that exists solely as a fail-safe mechanism for installing a new BIOS
image.
Note: During the recovery mode, video is not initialized. One high-pitched beep announces the
start of the recovery process. The entire process takes two to four minutes. A successful
update ends with two high-pitched beeps. Failure is indicated by a long series of short
beeps.
Recovering the BIOS
The following steps boot the recovery BIOS and flashes the normal BIOS:
1. Power down and unplug the system from the AC power source.
2. Move the recovery jumper at JIF3 from the spare location at pins 2 and 3 to cover
pins 1 and 2. Refer to the following figure.
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BIOS
Recovery
J1F3
Default
2
3
Recover
AF003180
Figure 10. BIOS Recovery Jumper
3. Insert the bootable BIOS Recovery media containing the new BIOS image files. A
BIOS recovery can be accomplished from SATA CD and USB Mass Storage
device. Please note this platform does not support recovery from a USB floppy. The
recovery media must contain the following files under the root directory:
•
•
•
•
FVMAIN.FV
UEFI iFlash32
*Rec.CAP
Startup.nsh (update accordingly to use proper *Rec.CAP file)
4. Plug the system into the AC power source and power it on.
5. The BIOS POST screen will appear displaying the progress, and the system will
automatically boot to the EFI SHELL.
6. Remove the recovery media.
7. Power down and unplug the system from the AC power source.
8. Move the BIOS recovery jumper at J1F3 back to the original position, covering
storage pins 1 and 2.
9. Plug the system into the AC power source and power it up to confirm the recovery
was successful.
10. Do NOT interrupt the BIOS POST during the first boot.
Clearing the Password
If the user or administrator password(s) is lost or forgotten, moving the password clear
jumper into the “clear” position clears both passwords. Before a new password(s) is set,
you must restore the password clear jumper to its original position.
1. Power down the system and disconnect the AC power.
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2. Open the server chassis.
3. Move the jumper from the normal operation position, Password Clear Protect, at
pins 1 and 2 to the Password Clear Erase position, covering pins 2 and 3 as
indicated in the following diagram.
Password
Clear
2
J1F2
3
Default
Password
Clear
AF003181
Figure 11. Password Recovery Jumper
4. Reconnect the AC power, power up the system.
5. Power down the system and disconnect the AC power.
6. Return the Password Clear jumper to the Password Clear Protect position, covering
pins 1 and 2.
7. Reconnect the AC power and power up the server.
8. Close the server chassis. The password is cleared and can be reset by going into the
BIOS setup.
Clearing the CMOS
If you cannot access the BIOS setup screens, you must use the CMOS Clear jumper to
reset the configuration RAM.
1. Power down the system and disconnect the AC power.
2. Open the server chassis. For instructions, see your server chassis documentation.
3. Move the jumper from the default operating position (covering pins 1 and 2) to the
reset / clear position (covering pins 2 and 3).
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CMOS
Clear
J1F5
Default
2
3
CLEAR
CMOS
AF003182
Figure 12. CMOS Recovery Jumper
4. Wait five seconds.
5. Move the jumper back to default position, covering pins 1 and 2.
6. Close the server chassis.
7. Reconnect the AC power and power up the system. The CMOS is cleared and can
be reset by going into the BIOS setup.
Updating the Integrated BMC
BMC
Force
Update
2
J1A2
3
Default
Enabled
AF003291
Figure 13. BMC Force Update Jumper
When performing the standard Integrated BMC firmware update procedure, the update
utility places the Integrated BMC into an update mode, allowing the firmware to load
safely onto the flash device. In the unlikely event the Integrated BMC firmware update
process fails (due to the Integrated BMC not being in the proper update state), the server
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board provides an Integrated BMC Force Update jumper, which forces the Integrated
BMC into the proper update state. You should complete the following procedure in the
event the standard Integrated BMC firmware update process fails.
Note: Normal Integrated BMC functionality is disabled with the Force Integrated BMC Update
jumper set to the enabled position. The server should never be run with the Integrated
BMC Force Update jumper set in this position. This jumper setting should only be used
when the standard firmware update process fails. This jumper should remain in the
default / disabled position when the server is running normally.
1. Power down and remove the AC power cord.
2. Open the server chassis. For instructions, refer to your server chassis
documentation.
3. Move the jumper from the default operating position (covering pins 1 and 2) to the
enabled position (covering pins 2 and 3).
4. Close the server chassis.
5. Reconnect the AC cord and power up the server.
6. Perform the Integrated BMC firmware update procedure as documented in the
README.TXT file included in the given Integrated BMC firmware update
package. After successful completion of the firmware update process, the firmware
update utility may generate an error stating the Integrated BMC is still in update
mode.
7. Power down and remove the AC power cord.
8. Open the server chassis.
9. Move jumper from the enabled position (covering pins 2 and 3) to the disabled
position (covering pins 1 and 2).
10. Close the server chassis.
11. Reconnect the AC cord and power up the server.
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Hardware Installations and
Upgrades
Caution: No components in the Intel® Server System SR1630GP are hot-swappable. Before
removing or installing any component in this server system, you must first take the server
out of service, turn off all peripheral devices connected to the system, turn off the system
by pressing the power button, and unplug the AC power cord from the system or wall
outlet.
Note: Some components in the Intel® Server System SR1630HGP are hot-swappable and are
noted as such (where applicable) in the following instructions.
Note: Most of the illustrations in this chapter show the Intel® Server System SR1630GP with an
optional optical drive installed. Unless otherwise noted, the instructions for removing and
installing components are the same for the Intel® Server System SR1630HGP. When
instructions differ, separate illustrations are shown for the Intel® Server System
SR1630HGP.
Before You Begin
Before working with your server product, pay close attention to the “Safety Information”
on page iii.
Tools and Supplies Needed
• Phillips* (cross head) screwdriver, #1 bit and #2 bit
• Antistatic wrist strap and conductive foam pad (recommended)
System References
All references to the left, right, front, top, and bottom assume the reader is facing the front
of the server system as it would be positioned for normal operation.
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Removing and Installing the Front Bezel
The front bezel is available as an optional accessory for the Intel® Server System
SR1630GP / SR1630HGP. Note the orientation in the following figures and make sure
you position your bezel as shown.
Removing the Front Bezel
If your system includes a front bezel, use the following steps.
1. Unlock the bezel.
2. Pull the bezel from the server system.
AF003246
Figure 14. Removing the Front Bezel
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Installing the Front Bezel
The front bezel is optional.
1. At each end of the bezel, line up the center notch on the bezel with the center guide
on the rack handles.
2. Push the bezel onto the front of the server system until it clicks into place.
3. Lock the bezel.
AF003247
Figure 15. Installing the Front Bezel
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Removing and Installing the Server Cover
Removing the Server System Cover
You must operate the server system with the server system cover in place to ensure proper
cooling. You must remove the cover to add or replace components inside of the server.
None of the internal components are hot-swappable. Before removing the server system
cover, power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
Note: You may need a non-skid surface or a stop behind the server system to prevent the server
system from sliding on your work surface.
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Turn off all peripheral devices connected to the server. Turn off the server.
3. Disconnect the AC power cord.
4. SR1630GP: Remove the two screws at the front of the chassis. See letter “A” in
Figure 16.
5. SR1630GP: Loosen the screw at the rear of the chassis. See letter “B” in Figure 16.
6. SR1630GP: Push rearward on the blue grip point at the front of the server. Slide the
cover back until it stops and then lift the cover upward to remove it. See letter “C”
in Figure 16.
B
C
A
AF000662
Figure 16. Removing the Server System Cover (SR1630GP)
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7. SR1630HGP: Remove the four screws at the front of the chassis. See letter “A” in
Figure 17.
8. SR1630HGP: Push rearward on the blue grip point at the front of the server. Slide
the cover back until it stops and then lift the cover upward to remove it. See letter
“B” in Figure 17.
B
A
AF001578
Figure 17. Removing the Server System Cover (SR1630HGP)
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Installing the Server System Cover
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. SR1630GP: Place the cover over the server system so that the side edges of the
cover sit just inside the server system sidewalls. Slide the cover forward. See letter
“A” in Figure 18.
3. SR1630GP: Tighten the screw at the rear of the server. See letter “B” in Figure 18.
4. SR1630GP: Install the two screws at the front of the server. See letter “C” in
Figure 18.
B
A
C
AF000663
Figure 18. Installing the Server System Cover (SR1630GP)
5. SR1630HGP: Place the cover over the server system so the side edges of the cover
sit just inside the server system sidewalls. Slide the cover forward. See letter “A” in
Figure 19.
6. SR1630HGP: Install the four screws at the front of the server. See letter “B” in
Figure 19.
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A
B
AF001579
Figure 19. Installing the Server System Cover (SR1630HGP)
7. Reconnect all peripheral devices and the AC power cord.
Removing and Installing the Processor Air Duct
Always operate your server system with the processor air duct in place. The air duct is
required for proper airflow within the server system.
Removing the Processor Air Duct
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover”.
4. Lift the processor air duct from its location behind the two system blower fans (see
Figure 20 for SR1630GP; see Figure 21 for SR1630HGP).
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AF003248
Figure 20. Removing the Processor Air Duct (SR1630GP)
AF003249
Figure 21. Removing the Processor Air Duct (SR1630HGP)
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Installing the Processor Air Duct
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover” on page 30.
4. Lower the air duct into place, insert the two hooks at the front of the processor air
duct into the corresponding slots on the bracket behind the two system blower fans
(see Figure 22for SR1630GP); see Figure 23 for SR1630HGP). Use caution not to
pinch or disengage cables that may be near or under the air duct.
5. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
AF003250
Figure 22. Installing the Processor Air Duct (SR1630GP)
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AF003251
Figure 23. Installing the Processor Air Duct (SR1630HGP)
Installing and Removing Memory
Caution: The memory is NOT hot-swappable. Before removing or replacing any memory DIMM,
you must first take the server out of service, turn off all peripheral devices connected to
the system, turn off the system by pressing the power button, and unplug the AC power
cord from the system or wall outlet.
The silkscreen on the board for the DIMMs displays DIMM A1, DIMM A2, DIMM B1,
and DIMM B2 starting from the center of the board. See “Memory” on page 14 for a
discussion of the memory requirements and options. See “Server System References” on
page x for a link to the list of tested DIMMs.
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Installing DIMMs
To install DIMMs, follow these steps:
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover” on page 30.
4. Locate the DIMM sockets. See Figure 24.
Figure 24. Installing the Memory
5. Make sure the clips at both ends of the DIMM socket(s) are pushed outward to the
open position. See letter “A” in Figure 24.
6. Holding the DIMM by the edges, remove it from its anti-static package.
7. Position the DIMM above the socket. Align the notch on the bottom edge of the
DIMM with the key in the DIMM socket. See letter “B” in Figure 24.
8. Insert the bottom edge of the DIMM into the socket. See letter “C” in Figure 24.
9. When the DIMM is correctly positioned, push down on the top edge of the DIMM
until the retaining clips snap into place.
10. Make sure the clips are firmly in place. See letter “D” in Figure 24.
11. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
Removing DIMMs
To remove a DIMM, follow these steps:
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
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2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover” on page 30.
4. Locate the DIMM sockets. See Figure 24.
5. Gently spread the retaining clips at each end of the socket. The DIMM lifts from
the socket.
6. Holding the DIMM by the edges, lift it from the socket, and store it in an anti-static
package.
7. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
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Replacing the Processor
Note: This manual assumes a processor is already installed and you are referring to these steps
to replace your processor. If you are setting up this system for the first time, see the Quick
Start User’s Guide included in the product box.
Caution: Use only processors validated to work with this server board. See “Server System
References” on page x for a link to the list of compatible processor(s).
Caution: ESD and handling processors: Reduce the risk of electrostatic discharge (ESD) damage to
the processor by doing the following: (1) Touch the metal chassis before touching the
processor or server board. Keep part of your body in contact with the metal chassis to
dissipate the static charge while handling the processor. (2) Avoid moving around
unnecessarily.
Removing the Heat Sink and Processor
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover” on page 30.
4. Loosen the four captive screws on the corners of the heat sink.
5. Twist the heat sink slightly to break the seal between the heat sink and the
processor.
6. Lift the heat sink from the processor. If it does not pull up easily, twist the heat sink
again. Do not force the heat sink from the processor. Doing so could damage the
processor.
7. Lift the processor lever.
8. Raise the CPU load plate.
9. Remove the processor.
10. If installing a replacement processor, see “Installing the Processor” on page 40.
Otherwise, install the protective socket cover over the empty processor socket and
then reinstall the chassis cover.
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Installing the Processor
To install a processor, follow these instructions:
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover” on page 30.
4. Locate the processor socket and raise the socket handle completely. See Figure 25.
RE
MO
A
VE
B
AF003186
Figure 25. Lifting the Processor Socket Handle
5. Push the rear tab with your finger to slightly lift the front of the load plate. Raise the
load plate completely. Raise the CPU load plate (see Figure 26).
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RE
MO
VE
B
RE
MO
VE
AF003187
Figure 26. Opening the Load Plate
Caution: Do not touch the socket pins; they are very sensitive and easily damaged.
6. Remove the processor from the packaging box and remove the protective shipping
cover. See Figure 27.
A
AF003189
Figure 27. Removing the Shipping Cover
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7. Orient the processor with the socket so the processor cutouts match the socket
notches. See letter “A” in Figure 28.
8. Set the processor into place as shown by letter “B” in Figure 28.
A
AF003190
Figure 28. Installing the Processor
Note: Make sure the alignment triangle mark and the alignment triangle cutout align correctly.
9. Remove the protective socket cover. See Figure 29.
Figure 29. Removing the Protective Socket Cover
Note: Retain the protective socket cover for use when removing a processor that will not be
replaced.
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10. Lower the CPU load plate.
11. Lower the socket lever.
12. Install the heat sink. For instructions, see “Installing the Heat Sink”.
Installing the Heat Sink
Before installing the heat sink, you must install your processor. For instructions, see
“Installing the Processor” on page 40.
Caution: The heat sink has Thermal Interface Material (TIM) located on the bottom of it. Use
caution when you unpack the heat sink so you do not damage the TIM.
1. Remove the protective cover from the TIM on the underside of the heat sink. Do
not touch the TIM.
2. Orient the heat sink over the processor as shown in Figure 30. You must position
the fins as shown to provide correct airflow through the system.
3. Set the heat sink over the processor, lining up the four captive screws with the four
posts surrounding the processor.
4. Loosely screw in the captive screws on the heat sink corners in a diagonal manner
as shown by the four circled numbers in Figure 30. Do not fully tighten one screw
before tightening another.
5. Gradually and equally tighten each captive screw in the same order until each is
firmly tightened.
W
FLO
AIR
3
2
1
4
Ch
Fro assi
nt s
AF001049
Figure 30. Installing the Heat Sink
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6. Reinstall and reconnect any parts you removed or disconnected to reach the
processor sockets.
7. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
Installing and Removing a Hard Drive
(SR1630GP)
Caution: The hard drives are NOT hot-swappable. Before removing or replacing a hard drive, you
must first take the server out of service, turn off all peripheral devices connected to the
system, turn off the system by pressing the power button, and unplug the AC power cord
from the system or wall outlet.
You can install up to two SATA drives. The HDD0 drive bay is at the left side of the
chassis, underneath the optional CD-ROM drive. The HDD1 drive bay is at the right side
of the chassis. You do not need to install the drives in order; you can install HDD1 before
HDD0.
Note: The server system does not support all hard drives. See “Server System References” on
page x for an Internet link to a list of supported hardware.
Installing a Hard Disk Drive (SR1630GP)
Note: If you are replacing a hard drive, see “Removing a Hard Disk Drive (SR1630GP)” on
page 48 for instructions first. Return to these steps when directed.
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server. Unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover” on page 30.
4. Locate the drive position you want to use. See Figure 31.
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D
D
0
D
D
H
1
AF003252
Figure 31. Locating Drive Positions (SR1630GP)
5. HDD1 location only: Slide the power cables from the cable clip located on the top
of the hard drive carrier.
6. Remove the screw that holds the hard drive bracket to the chassis. See letter “A” in
Figure 32. Save this screw. You will use it to reinstall the drive assembly later.
7. Lift the drive carrier from the chassis. See letter “B” in Figure 32.
A
B
sis
as
Ch ont
Fr
AF001050
Figure 32. Removing Drive Carrier from the Server System (SR1630GP)
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8. Position the drive with the drive connectors facing up as shown in Figure 33.
9. Set the drive carrier over the drive, as shown by the letter “A” in the figure. The
data and power connectors must be positioned so they are accessible through the
cut-out as shown by letter “B”.
10. Use the four screws provided to attach the drive to the carrier. See letter “C” in
Figure 33.
A
C
B
AF000668
Figure 33. Installing Drive into Drive Carrier (SR1630GP)
11. Set the drive assembly into place in the chassis. See letter “A” in Figure 34.
12. Attach the drive assembly to the chassis side with two screws. See letter “B” in
Figure 34.
13. Attach the drive assembly to the chassis with the screw you removed in Step 6. See
letter “C” in Figure 34.
Note: You must install the assembly that contains the optical drive bracket at the left side of the
system.
A
C
D
D
H
0
D
D
H
1
B
AF003253
Figure 34. Install Drive Assembly into the Server System (SR1630GP)
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14. HDD1 only: Route the power cable into the cable clip on the top of the hard drive
bracket. See Figure 35.
15. Connect the data cables to the drive(s).
— Letter “A”: If a drive is installed in the HDD1 carrier, connect the HDD1 data
cable from the SATA 1 connector on the server board (letter “F”) to the hard
drive (letter “C”). See Figure 35.
— Letter “B”: If a drive is installed in the HDD0 carrier, connect the HDD0 data
cable from the SATA 0 connector on the server board (letter “F”) to the hard
drive (letter “C”). See Figure 35.
Note: The data cables are factory routed underneath the fan module (see letter “E”). Use
caution to make sure you connect the correct cables between the server board and the
hard drives. The cables are labeled at each end.
16. Connect the power cables to the drive(s):
— Letter “A”: If a drive is installed in the HDD1 carrier, attach the connector on
the daisy chain power cable that is closest to the power supply to the HDD1
connector. See letter “D” in Figure 35.
— Letter “B”: If a drive is installed in the HDD0 carrier, attach the middle
connector on the daisy chain power cable to the HDD0 power connector. See
letter “D” in Figure 35.
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A
C
B
D
C
F
D
E
E
AF003254
Figure 35. Connecting Hard Drive Power and Data Cables (SR1630GP)
17. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
Removing a Hard Disk Drive (SR1630GP)
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover” on page 30.
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4. Disconnect the power and data cables from the drive.
5. HDD1 location only: Slide the power cable from the cable clip located on the top of
the hard drive carrier.
6. Remove the screw that holds the hard drive bracket to the chassis. See letter “A” in
Figure 36. Save this screw. You will use it to reinstall the drive assembly later.
7. Lift the drive carrier from the chassis. See letter “B” in Figure 36.
A
B
sis
as
Ch ont
Fr
AF001050
Figure 36. Removing Drive Carrier from the Server System (SR1630GP)
8. Remove the four screws that attach the hard drive to the drive carrier. Lift the drive
from the carrier. Store the drive in an anti-static bag.
9. If you are installing a new drive, skip the rest of these steps and instead see
“Installing a Hard Disk Drive (SR1630GP)” on page 44, beginning with step 8.
10. Insert the screws that held the drive in the carrier into the screw locations on the
carrier for future use.
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11. Set the drive assembly into place in the chassis.
12. Attach the drive assembly to the chassis with the screw that you removed in Step 6.
Note: You must install the assembly that contains the optical drive bracket at the left side of the
system.
13. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
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Installing and Removing a Hot-Swap SATA Drive
(SR1630HGP)
You can install up to three hot swappable SATA drives. The HDD0 drive bay is at the left
side of the chassis; the HDD1 drive bay is in the middle of the chassis—underneath the
optional optical drive. The HDD2 drive bay is at the right side of the chassis. You do not
need to install the drives in order; you can install HDD1 before HDD0.
Cautions: If you install less than three drives or devices, the empty drive bays must be occupied by
carriers with baffles to maintain proper system cooling.
Note: The server system does not support all hard drives. See “Server System References” on
page x for an Internet link to a list of supported hardware.
Installing a Hot-Swap SATA Drive (SR1630HGP)
1. If it is installed, remove the front bezel. For instructions, see “Removing the Front
Bezel”.
2. Locate the drive position you want to use. See Figure 37.
D
D
H
0
D
D
H
1
D
D
H
2
AF003255
Figure 37. Locating Drive Positions (SR1630HGP)
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3. Open the latch at the front of the hard drive carrier. See letter "A" in Figure 38.
A
AF001583
Figure 38. Removing the Drive Carrier (SR1630HGP)
4. Pull out on the black lever and slide the carrier from the server system.
5. Remove the four screws that attach the plastic retention device or the previously
installed hard drive to the drive carrier. Two screws are at each side of the retention
device or the hard drive. Store the plastic retention device for future use. See letter
“A” in Figure 39.
6. Remove the hard drive from its wrapper and place it on an antistatic surface.
7. Set any jumpers and/or switches on the drive according to the drive manufacturer's
instructions.
8. With the drive circuit-side down, position the connector end of the drive so it is
facing the rear of the drive carrier.
9. Align the holes in the drive to the holes in the drive carrier and attach it to the
carrier with the screws that were attached to the plastic retention device. See letter
“B” in Figure 39.
A
B
AF001584
Figure 39. Installing Drive into Drive Carrier (SR1630HGP)
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10. With the black lever in the fully open position, slide the drive assembly into the
server system (see letter “A” in Figure 40). The green latch at the front of the drive
carrier must be to the right. Do not push on the black drive carrier lever until the
lever begins to close by itself.
11. When the black drive carrier lever begins to close by itself, push on it to lock the
drive assembly into place (see letter “B” in Figure 40).
A
B
AF001585
Figure 40. Install Drive Assembly into the Server System (SR1630HGP)
12. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
13. (Optional) Install the front bezel. For instructions, see “Installing the Front Bezel”.
14. Plug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable into the server.
Removing a Hot-Swap SATA Drive (SR1630HGP)
1. If it is installed, remove the front bezel. For instructions, see “Removing the Front
Bezel”.
2. Press in on the green latch at the front of the hard drive carrier.
3. Pull out on the black lever to slide the carrier from the server system.
4. Remove the four screws that attach the hard drive to the drive carrier. Lift the drive
from the carrier. Store the drive in an anti-static bag.
5. If you are not installing a new drive, place the plastic retention device into the drive
carrier, using the four screws you removed from the hard drive.
6. Insert the screws that held the drive in the carrier into the screw locations on the
carrier for future use.
7. With the black lever in the fully open position, slide the drive carrier into the server
system. The green latch must be to the right. Do not push on the black lever until
the lever begins to close by itself.
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Note: For proper airflow, you must replace the hard drive carrier in the server system, even if no
hard drive is installed in it.
8. When the black lever begins to close by itself, push on it to lock the drive carrier
into place.
9. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
10. (Optional) Install the front bezel. For instructions, see “Installing the Front Bezel”.
11. Plug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable into the server.
Installing or Removing a Slimline Optical Drive
(SR1630GP)
Caution: The optical drive is NOT hot-swappable. Before removing or replacing the optical drive,
you must first take the server out of service, turn off all peripheral devices connected to
the system, turn off the system by pressing the power button, and unplug the AC power
cord from the system or wall outlet.
Installing a Slimline Optical Drive
Notes:
• If you are replacing an optical drive, see “Removing a Slimline Optical Drive” on
page 56 for instructions first. Return to these steps when directed.
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover” on page 30.
4. If it is installed, remove the bezel. For instructions, see “Removing the Front
Bezel” on page 28.
5. First time installation only: Remove the knock-out by rocking it back and forth. See
letter “A” in Figure 41. You cannot reinstall the knock-out.
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AF001174
Figure 41. Removing the Knock-out from the Sheet Metal Panel
6. Attach the optical drive to the brackets, using the four screws as shown in
Figure 42.
AF000672
Figure 42. Attaching the Optical Drive to the Brackets
7. Slide the optical drive assembly in through the front of the chassis, as shown by
letter “A in Figure 43.
8. Reinstall the screw that you removed in Step 5.
9. Connect the mini SATA power connector on the optical drive.
10. Connect the data cable to the optical drive and to the SATA connector on the server
board.
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C
B
C
D
A
D
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Figure 43. Installing the Optical Drive into the System
11. (Optional) Install the front bezel. For instructions, see “Installing the Front Bezel”
on page 29.
12. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
13. Plug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable into the server.
Removing a Slimline Optical Drive
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover” on page 30.
4. If it is installed, remove the bezel. For instructions, see “Removing the Front
Bezel” on page 28.
5. Disconnect the optical drive power and data cables. See letters “A” and “B” in
Figure 44.
6. Remove the screw that holds the optical drive bracket to the server chassis. See
letter “C” in Figure 44. Save this screw. You will reinstall it later.
7. Slide the optical drive out through the front of the system. See letter “D” in
Figure 44.
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D
A
B
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Figure 44. Removing the Optical Drive from the Server System
8. Remove the four screws that hold the optical drive to the brackets as shown in
Figure 45. Save these screws for future use.
AF000672
Figure 45. Removing the Optical Drive Brackets
9. If you are installing a replacement optical drive, skip the rest of these steps and
instead continue with "Installing a Slimline Optical Drive", Step 6 on page 55.
10. Store the brackets for future use.
11. (Optional) Install the front bezel. For instructions, see “Installing the Front Bezel”
on page 29.
12. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
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Installing or Removing a Slimline Optical Drive
(SR1630HGP)
Caution: The optical drive is NOT hot-swappable. Before removing or replacing the optical drive,
you must first take the server out of service, turn off all peripheral devices connected to
the system, turn off the system by pressing the power button, and unplug the AC power
cord from the system or wall outlet.
Installing a Slimline Optical Drive (SR1630HGP)
Note: The hardware necessary to install your optical drive was shipped to you in a bag labeled
“CD-ROM Assy”.
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover” on page 30.
4. Remove the bezel if it is installed. For instructions, see “Removing the Front
Bezel” on page 28.
5. First time installation only: Remove the peripheral knock-out by rocking it back
and forth.
6. Attach the optical drive attachment bracket as shown in Figure 46.
A
AF001643
Figure 46. Attaching the Optical Drive to the Attachment Bracket
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7. Slide the optical drive assembly in through the front of the chassis (see letter “A” in
Figure 47).
8. Install the screws to lock the drive in place (see letters “B” and “C” in Figure 47).
B
C
A
AF001636
Figure 47. Installing the Optical Drive into the System
9. (Optional) Install the front bezel. For instructions, see “Installing the Front Bezel”
on page 29.
10. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
Removing a Slimline Optical Drive (SR1630HGP)
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover” on page 30.
4. If it is installed, remove the bezel. For instructions, see “Removing the Front
Bezel” on page 28.
5. Remove the screws holding the drive in place (see letters “A” and “B” in Figure 48)
and slide the optical drive assembly out through the front of the chassis (see letter
“C” in Figure 48).
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A
B
C
AF001635
Figure 48. Removing the Optical Drive from the System
6. Remove the optical drive attachment bracket as shown in Figure 49.
A
AF001644
Figure 49. Removing the Optical Drive from the Attachment Bracket
7. (Optional) Install the front bezel. For instructions, see “Installing the Front Bezel”
on page 29.
8. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
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Installing and Removing the PCIe* Riser
Assembly
Caution: The PCIe* riser assembly is NOT hot-swappable. Before removing or replacing the PCIe*
riser assembly, you must first take the server out of service, turn off all peripheral devices
connected to the system, turn off the system by pressing the power button, and unplug the
AC power cord from the system or wall outlet.
Removing the PCIe* Riser Assembly
To remove the PCIe* riser assembly, use the following instructions.
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover” on page 30.
4. Disconnect any cables attached to any add-in cards.
5. Lift riser assembly up to remove it. Use caution to gently ease the riser card from
the add-in card slot so you do not damage the slot or the riser card. See Figure 50.
A
B
AF003259
Figure 50. Removing PCIe* Riser Assembly from the Server System
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6. If you need to add or replace a PCIe* Riser connector, see “Installing or Replacing
a PCIe* Riser Card” on page 63.
7. If you need to add or replace a PCI add-in card, see “Installing and Removing a PCI
Add-in Card” on page 65.
8. If you removed the PCIe* Riser assembly for another procedure, continue with that
procedure.
Installing the PCIe* Riser Assembly
Note: For clarity, the figures in this series of instructions does not show an attached add-in
card. If you are installing an add-in card, do so before installing the PCIe* riser assembly
into your server system.
1. Lower the riser assembly into place over the add-in card slot. See letter “A” in
Figure 51.
2. Align the three hooks in the riser assembly with the matching slots at the back of
the server system. See letter “B” in Figure 51.
B
A
AF003260
Figure 51. Installing PCIe* Riser Assembly into the Server System
3. Press down uniformly until the two hooks on the rear of the PCIe* riser assembly
engage the server system back panel slots. The riser cards will seat into the
matching sockets on the server board.
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4. Connect any cables to add-in cards that require them. See your add-in card
documentation for information and add-in card requirements.
5. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
Installing or Replacing a PCIe* Riser Card
Caution: The PCIe* Riser card is NOT hot-swappable. Before removing or replacing the PCIe*
Riser card, you must first take the server out of service, turn off all peripheral devices
connected to the system, turn off the system by pressing the power button, and unplug the
AC power cord from the system or wall outlet.
You have the option to install one of two PCIe* Riser cards into your server system:
• A low-profile PCI Express* riser with one PCI Express x16 slot.
Note: To eliminate the possibility of installing the replacement connector on the wrong side of
the PCIe* Riser assembly, replace one connector at a time.
Removing a PCIe* Riser Card
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover” on page 30.
4. Disconnect any cables attached to any add-in cards.
5. Remove the PCIe* Riser assembly. For instructions, see “Removing the PCIe*
Riser Assembly” on page 61.
6. Remove any add-in cards from the PCIe* Riser connector. For instructions, see
“Removing a PCI Add-in Card” on page 66.
7. Remove the two screws that attach the riser card to the riser assembly. See
Figure 52. Save these screws to be used later.
AF003288
Figure 52. Removing Riser Card from Riser Assembly
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8. Install the replacement riser connector, if desired. For instructions, see “Installing a
PCIe* Riser Card” on page 64.
9. Install the PCIe* Riser assembly into the server system. For instructions, see
“Installing the PCIe* Riser Assembly” on page 62.
10. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
11. Plug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable into the server.
Installing a PCIe* Riser Card
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover”.
4. Disconnect any cables attached to any add-in cards.
5. Remove the PCIe* Riser assembly. For instructions, see “Removing the PCIe*
Riser Assembly” on page 61.
6. Remove any add-in cards from the PCIe* Riser connector. For instructions, see
“Removing a PCI Add-in Card” on page 66.
7. Use two screws to attach the riser card to the riser assembly. See Figure 53.
AF003289
Figure 53. Installing Riser Card onto Riser Assembly
8. Install an PCI add-in card if desired. For instructions, see “Installing a PCI Add-in
Card” on page 65.
9. Install the PCIe* Riser assembly into the server system. For instructions, see
“Installing the PCIe* Riser Assembly” on page 62.
10. Connect any cables to add-in cards that require them. See your add-in card
documentation for information and add-in card requirements.
11. Re-install the processor air duct. For instructions, see “Installing the Processor Air
Duct” on page 35.
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12. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
13. Plug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable into the server.
Installing and Removing a PCI Add-in Card
Caution: The add-in cards are NOT hot-swappable. Before removing or replacing an add-in card,
you must first take the server out of service, turn off all peripheral devices connected to
the system, turn off the system by pressing the power button, and unplug the AC power
cord from the system or wall outlet.
Installing a PCI Add-in Card
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover” on page 30.
4. Remove the PCIe* Riser assembly. For instructions, see “Removing the PCIe*
Riser Assembly” on page 61.
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5. Remove the screw at the rear of the riser assembly. See letter “A” in Figure 54.
Save this screw. You will reinstall it later.
6. If a filler panel is installed over the opening at the rear of the riser assembly, lift it
from the riser assembly. See letter “B” in Figure 54. Save the filler panel in case
you later need to remove the add-in card.
7. Insert the add-in card into the socket in the riser assembly. Push the add-in card into
place firmly until it seats in the riser card connector, but use caution so you do not
twist or bend the card. See letter “C” in Figure 54.
8. Re-install the screw you removed in Step 5. See letter “A” in Figure 54.
A
C
B
Riser Assembly
Supports one
PCIe* card.
AF003286
Figure 54. Installing an Add-In Card
9. Install the PCIe* Riser assembly into the server system. For instructions, see
“Installing the PCIe* Riser Assembly” on page 62.
10. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
11. Plug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable into the server.
Removing a PCI Add-in Card
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover” on page 30.
4. Remove the PCIe* Riser assembly. For instructions, see “Removing the PCIe*
Riser Assembly” on page 61.
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5. Remove the screw at the rear of the riser assembly. See letter “A” in Figure 55.
Save this screw. You will use it later.
6. Pull the add-in card from the socket in the riser assembly. You may need to wriggle
the card from front to back to remove it, but use caution so you do not twist or bend
the card. See letter “B” in Figure 55.
7. Install a filler panel over the opening at the rear of the riser assembly. See letter “C”
in Figure 55.
8. Re-install the screw you removed in step 5. See letter “A” in Figure 55.
C
A
B
Riser Assembly
Supports one
PCIe* card.
AF003287
Figure 55. Removing a Full Height Add-In Card
Note: Make sure that all empty add-in card slots have filler panels installed.
9. Install the PCIe* Riser assembly into the server system. For instructions, see
“Installing the PCIe* Riser Assembly” on page 62.
10. Install the processor air duct. For instructions, see “Installing the Processor Air
Duct” on page 35.
11. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
12. Plug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable into the server.
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Replacing the Server Board
Removing the Server Board
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover” on page 30.
4. Remove the processor air duct. For instructions, see “Removing the Processor Air
Duct” on page 33.
5. Remove the PCIe* Riser assembly. For instructions, see “Removing the PCIe*
Riser Assembly” on page 61.
6. Detach all cables connected to the server board.
7. Remove the heat sink and the processor. For instructions, see “Removing the Heat
Sink and Processor” on page 39.
8. Remove the DIMMs. For instructions, see “Removing DIMMs” on page 37.
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9. Remove the nine screws from the server board (see letter “A”) and lift the server
board from the server system (see letter “B”).
A
B
AF003261
Figure 56. Removing the Server Board
10. Replace the server board. For instructions, see “Installing the Server Board” on
page 70.
11. Install the processor. For instructions, see “Installing the Processor” on page 40.
12. Install the DIMMs. For instructions, see “Installing DIMMs” on page 37.
13. Install the PCIe* Riser assembly. For instructions, see “Installing the PCIe* Riser
Assembly” on page 62.
14. Reconnect all cables to the server board. For a full cabling diagram, see Figure 80
on page 88.
15. Install the processor air duct. For instructions, see “Installing the Processor Air
Duct” on page 35.
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16. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
17. Plug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable into the server.
Installing the Server Board
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover” on page 30.
4. Remove the processor air duct. For instructions, see “Removing the Processor Air
Duct” on page 33.
5. Remove the PCIe* Riser assembly. For instructions, see “Removing the PCIe*
Riser Assembly” on page 61.
6. Place the server board into the server system as shown by letter “A” in Figure 57.
7. Attach the server board with nine screws. See letter “B” in Figure 57.
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A
AF003262
Figure 57. Installing the Server Board
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8. Install the processor and the heat sink. For instructions, see “Installing the
Processor” on page 40.
9. Install the system memory. For instructions, see “Installing DIMMs” on page 37.
10. Connect the data cables. For data cable routing information, see “Cable Routing”
on page 87.
11. Connect the power cables. For power cable routing information, see “Cable
Routing” on page 87.
12. Install the PCIe* Riser assembly. For instructions, see “Installing the PCIe* Riser
Assembly” on page 62.
13. Install the processor air duct. For instructions, see “Installing the Processor Air
Duct” on page 35.
14. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
15. Plug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable into the server.
Replacing the CMOS Battery
Caution: The CMOS battery is NOT hot-swappable. Before removing or replacing the CMOS
battery, you must first take the server out of service, turn off all peripheral devices
connected to the system, turn off the system by pressing the power button, and unplug the
AC power cord from the system or wall outlet.
The lithium battery on the server board powers the RTC in the absence of power. When
the battery starts to weaken, it loses voltage, and the server settings stored in CMOS RAM
in the RTC (for example, the date and time) may be wrong. For a list of approved devices,
contact your customer service representative or dealer.
Warning: Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or
equivalent type recommended by the equipment manufacturer. Discard used batteries
according to manufacturer's instructions.
Advarsel: Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig håndtering. Udskiftning må kun ske med
batteri af samme fabrikat og type. Levér det brugte batteri tilbage til leverandøren.
Advarsel: Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosjonsfare. Ved utskifting benyttes kun batteri som anbefalt av
apparatfabrikanten. Brukt batteri returneres apparatleverandøren.
Varning: Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte. Använd samma batterityp eller en ekvivalent typ
som rekommenderas av apparattillverkaren. Kassera använt batteri enligt fabrikantens
instruktion.
Varoitus: Paristo voi räjähtää, jos se on virheellisesti asennettu. Vaihda paristo ainoastaan
laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan tyyppiin. Hävitä käytetty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden
mukaisesti.
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1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover” on page 30.
4. Remove the server's cover and locate the battery. See Figure 58.
5. Pull back gently on the metal tab at the top of the battery.
6. Remove the battery from its socket.
Figure 58. Replacing the CMOS Battery
7. Dispose of the battery according to local ordinance.
8. Remove the new lithium battery from its package, and, being careful to observe the
correct polarity, insert it in the battery socket.
9. Close the chassis.
10. Run the BIOS Setup utility to restore the configuration settings.
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Replacing the Power Supply (SR1630GP)
Caution: The power supply is NOT hot-swappable. Before removing or replacing the power supply,
you must first take the server out of service, turn off all peripheral devices connected to
the system, turn off the system by pressing the power button, and unplug the AC power
cord from the system or wall outlet.
You can replace the power supply if it fails or if one of the integrated fans in it fails. To
replace the power supply, use the following instructions.
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover”.
4. Disconnect all power cables connected to the server board and peripherals. See
Figure 59:
— A: 2x4 power connector
— B: 2x12 main power connector
— C: Daisy-chain cable to:
✧ Optical drive power connector, if an optical drive is installed
✧ HDD0 power connector, if a hard drive is installed here
✧ HDD1 power connector, if a hard drive is installed here
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A
B
E
D
C
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Figure 59. Disconnecting Power Cables (SR1630GP)
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5. Remove the screw at the back of the server system, next to the AC power input.
Save this screw. You will re-insert it later. See letter “A” in Figure 60.
6. Lift up slightly on the front of the power supply until it clears the foot at the bottom
of the chassis. See letter “B” in Figure 60.
7. Slide the power supply forward (see letter “C”) and then lift it from the chassis.
A
B
C
B
AF003264
Figure 60. Removing Power Supply from the Server System (SR1630GP)
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8. Insert the replacement power supply at an angle into the server system, sliding the
power connector side in first to fit it through the cut-out area at the rear of the
system. See letter “A” in Figure 61.
9. Set the front of the power supply down pushing the power supply back so it fits
behind the foot at the bottom of the chassis. See letter “B” in Figure 61.
10. Insert the screw you removed in Step 5 to attach the power supply to the server
system. See letter “C” in Figure 61.
C
B
A
B
AF003265
Figure 61. Installing Power Supply Module into the Server System
(SR1630GP)
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11. Connect the power supply cables to the server board and peripherals. See Figure 61.
— A: 2x4 power connector
— B: 2x12 main power connector
— C: Daisy chain cable to:
✧ HDD1 power connector, if a hard drive is installed here. Use the connector on
cable that is closest to power supply.
✧ HDD0 power connector, if a hard drive is installed here. Use the center
connector on the cable.
✧ Optical drive power, if an optical drive is installed. Use the end connector on
the power supply.
.
A
B
E
D
C
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Figure 62. Connecting Power Cables (SR1630GP)
12. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
13. Plug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable into the server.
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Replacing the Power Supply (SR1630HGP)
Caution: The power supply is NOT hot-swappable. Before removing or replacing the power supply,
you must first take the server out of service, turn off all peripheral devices connected to
the system, turn off the system by pressing the power button, and unplug the AC power
cord from the system or wall outlet.
You can replace the power supply if it fails or if one of the integrated fans in it fails. To
replace the power supply, use the following instructions.
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable
(see letter “A” in Figure 63).
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover”.
4. Disconnect all power cables connected to the server board and peripherals.
5. Lift up slightly on the front of the power supply until it clears the foot at the bottom
of the chassis (see letter “B” in Figure 63).
6. Slide the power supply forward (see letter “C” in Figure 63) and then lift it from the
chassis.
A
C
B
B
AF003267
Figure 63. Removing Power Supply from the Server System (SR1630HGP)
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7. Insert the replacement power supply at an angle into the server system, sliding the
power connector side in first to fit it through the cut-out area at the rear of the
system (see letter “A” in Figure 64).
8. Set the front of the power supply down pushing the power supply back so it fits
behind the foot at the bottom of the chassis (see letter “B” in Figure 64).
C
B
A
B
AF003268
Figure 64. Installing Power Supply Module into the Server System
(SR1630HGP)
9. Connect the power supply cables to the server board and peripherals.
10. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
11. Plug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable into the server (see letter “C” in
Figure 64).
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Replacing the Front Panel Board (SR1630GP)
Caution: The front panel is NOT hot-swappable. Before removing or replacing the front panel, you
must first take the server out of service, turn off all peripheral devices connected to the
system, turn off the system by pressing the power button, and unplug the AC power cord
from the system or wall outlet.
You must operate your server with a front panel installed.
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover” on page 30.
4. Disconnect the power and data cables connected to HDD1, at the right side of the
system. It is not necessary to remove the HDD1 drive.
5. Disconnect the front panel cable, the USB cable, and power cable from the front
panel board (see letters “A”, “B”, and “C”).
6. Remove the two screws that attach the front panel board to the server system. See
letter “D” in Figure 65. Save these screws. You will re-install them later.
7. Lift the front panel board from the system. See letter “E” in Figure 65.
A
B
C
D
E
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Figure 65. Removing Front Panel Board from the Server System (SR1630GP)
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8. Insert the replacement front panel board into the server system over the two
standoffs. Press down gently until the board clicks into place (see letter “A” in
Figure 66).
9. Use the two screws you removed in Step 7 to attach the front panel board to the
system (see letter “B” in Figure 66).
10. Connect the USB floppy cable if you removed it in Step 6.
11. Connect the USB cable and the front panel cable.
12. Connect the HDD1 power and data cables.
B
A
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Figure 66. Installing Front Panel Board into the Server System (SR1630GP)
13. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
14. Plug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable into the server.
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Replacing the Front Panel Board (SR1630HGP)
Caution: The front panel is NOT hot-swappable. Before removing or replacing the front panel, you
must first take the server out of service, turn off all peripheral devices connected to the
system, turn off the system by pressing the power button, and unplug the AC power cord
from the system or wall outlet.
You must operate your server with a front panel installed.
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover” on page 30.
4. Disconnect the front panel cable and the USB cable from the front panel board.
5. Remove the screw that attaches the front panel board to the server system. See
letter “A” in Figure 67. Save the screw. You will re-install it later.
6. Slide the front panel board back (see letter “B” in Figure 67) and lift the front panel
board from the system (see letter “C” in Figure 67).
A
B
C
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Figure 67. Removing Front Panel Board from the Server System
(SR1630HGP)
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7. Remove the light pipes from the front panel board by lifting straight up (see letters
“A” and “B” in Figure 68). You will use these in the replacement front panel board.
B
A
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Figure 68. Removing Light Pipes from the Front Panel Board (SR1630HGP)
8. Insert the replacement front panel board into the server system over the standoff
(see letter “A” in Figure 69) and slide the front panel board forward until the board
clicks into place (see letter “B” in Figure 69).
9. Use the screw you removed in Step 5 to attach the front panel board to the system
(see letter “C” in Figure 69).
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B
A
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Figure 69. Installing Front Panel Board into the Server System (SR1630HGP)
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10. Install the light pipes on the front panel board as shown in Figure 70. Install the
light pipe set closer to the outside of the chassis first (see letter “A” in Figure 70),
and then install the second light pipe set (see letter “B” in Figure 70).
A
B
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Figure 70. Installing Light Pipes on the Front Panel Board (SR1630HGP)
11. Connect the USB floppy cable if you removed it in Step 4.
12. Connect the front panel cable.
13. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
14. Plug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable into the server.
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Replacing a System Fan (SR1630GP)
Caution: The fans are NOT hot-swappable. Before removing or replacing a fan, you must first take
the server out of service, turn off all peripheral devices connected to the system, turn off
the system by pressing the power button, and unplug the AC power cord from the system
or wall outlet.
Note: You cannot replace the fans integrated into the power supply separately. If one of the fans
in the power supply fails, you must replace the power supply.
If one of the blower fans fails, you can individually replace them. If a fan in the power
supply fails, you must replace the power supply. Use the following steps to replace a
system blower fan or the PCI cooling fan.
Replacing the System Blower Fans (SR1630GP)
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover”.
4. Remove the processor air duct (see letter “A” in Figure 71). For instructions, see
“Removing the Processor Air Duct” on page 33.
5. Disconnect the two fan cables from the server board (see letter “B” in Figure 71)
and untie the cable tie (see letter “C” in Figure 71).
A
B
C
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Figure 71. Disconnecting System Blower Fans (SR1630GP)
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6. Remove the three screws that hold the fan bracket in place. Save these screws. You
will re-install them later. See letter “A” in Figure 72.
7. Remove the fan cable from beneath the clip at the front of the fan bracket. See letter
“B” in Figure 72.
8. Lift the fan bracket from the server. Lift the bracket at an angle, front of the bracket
first, to clear the hard disk drive brackets. See letter “C” in Figure 72.
A
B
C
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Figure 72. Removing Bracket and System Blower Fans from Server System
(SR1630GP)
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9. Turn the bracket over and remove the two screws that attach the failed fan to the
bracket. Save these screws. You will reinstall them later. See letter “A” in
Figure 73.
10. Lift the fan from the bracket. See letter “B” in Figure 73.
B
A
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Figure 73. Removing Fan from Fan Bracket (SR1630GP)
11. Install the replacement fan onto the bracket, using the two screws you removed in
Step 9.
12. Set the fan assembly into the system. Insert the rear edge first and push the
assembly slightly rearward to clear the hard disk drive brackets. Use caution to
make sure you do not pinch any cables.
13. Route the cable from the fan at the right around the right side of the assembly and
under the clip at the front of the fan bracket.
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14. Connect the fans to the server board. See letters “A” and “B” in Figure 74.
B
A
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Figure 74. Connecting System Blower Fans (SR1630GP)
15. Install the processor air duct. For instructions. see “Installing the Processor Air
Duct” on page 35.
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Replacing a System Fan (SR1630HGP)
Caution: The fans are NOT hot-swappable. Before removing or replacing a fan, you must first take
the server out of service, turn off all peripheral devices connected to the system, turn off
the system by pressing the power button, and unplug the AC power cord from the system
or wall outlet.
Note: You cannot replace the fans into the power supply separately. If one of the fans in the
power supply fails, you must replace the power supply.
If one of the blower fans fails, you can individually replace them. If a fan in the power
supply fails, you must replace the power supply. Use the following steps to replace a
system blower fan or the PCI cooling fan.
Replacing the System Blower Fans (SR1630HGP)
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. Remove the server system cover. For instructions, see “Removing the Server
System Cover”.
4. Remove the processor air duct (see letter “A” in the figure below). For instructions,
see “Removing the Processor Air Duct” on page 33.
5. Remove the two screws that hold the fan in place. Save these screws. You will reinstall them later.
6. Disconnect the fan cable from the server board (see letter “B” in Figure 75).
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7. Lift the fan from the system (see letter “C” in Figure 75).
B
A
C
D
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Figure 75. Removing Fan from the Server System (SR1630HGP)
8. Install the replacement fan into the chassis (see letter “A” in Figure 76), using the
two screws you removed previously.
9. Connect the fan cable to the server board (see letter “B” in Figure 76).
10. Install the processor air duct (see letter “C” in Figure 76).
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D
B
A
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Figure 76. Installing Fan into the Server System (SR1630HGP)
11. Install the server system cover. For instructions, see “Installing the Server System
Cover”.
12. Plug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable into the server.
Installing and Removing the Rack Handles
Installing the Rack Handles
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. If it is installed, remove the front bezel if it is installed. For instructions, see
“Removing the Front Bezel” on page 28.
4. Attach the rack handle to the server system with two screws as shown in Figure 77.
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Figure 77. Installing the Rack Handle
5. Repeat Step 4 on the opposite side of the server.
6. (Optional) Install the front bezel, if desired. For instructions, see “Installing the
Front Bezel” on page 29.
7. Plug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable into the server.
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Removing the Rack Handles
1. Observe the safety and ESD precautions at the beginning of this book. See “Safety
Information” on page iii.
2. Power down the server and unplug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable.
3. If it is installed, remove the front bezel. For instructions, see “Removing the Front
Bezel” on page 28.
4. Remove the two screws holding the rack handle in place, and remove the rack
handle from the server system as shown in Figure 78.
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Figure 78. Removing the Rack Handle
5. Repeat Step 4 on the opposite side of the system.
6. (Optional) Install the front bezel, if desired. For instructions, see “Installing the
Front Bezel” on page 29.
7. Plug all peripheral devices and the AC power cable into the server.
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Appendix A: Technical Reference
Cable Routing
When you add or remove components from your server system, make sure your cables are
routed correctly before reinstalling the server system cover. Use caution to make sure no
cables or wires are pinched and that the airflow from the fans is not blocked. Use the
following figures to determine the correct cable routing.
For readability, separate figures for power cable routing and data cable routing are
included. Make sure all necessary power and data cables are connected and routed as
shown. Dashed lines in the drawings indicate a location where a cable is routed beneath a
component and each connector end is labeled with the same letter. For example, the PCI
cooling fan cable is labeled with the letter “C” both where it connects to the server board
and at the PCI cooling fan itself.
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Power Cable Routing (SR1630GP)
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
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A.
Main Power
E.
End connector to optical drive
B.
Processor power
F.
Center connector to HDD0
C.
Left system blower fan
G.
Connector closest to power supply to HDD1
D.
Right system blower fan
Figure 79. Power Cable Routing (SR1630GP)
Note: The power cable to the two hard drives and the optical drive is a single daisy chain cable.
To make Figure 79 more clear, where the connectors attach to the components, the labels
“F1”, “F2”, and “F3” are used. The end at the power supply itself is labeled “F”.
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Data Cable Routing (SR1630HGP)
A
A
B
CPU
D
B
F
G
C
D
E
I
L H
F
J
K
F
M
C
G
F
H
E
A
B
Server Board
C
D
E
Blower Fan #1
F
G
Hard Disk Drive Bays
H
A
B
Optical Drive
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
Power to Backplane
Power Supply
Blower Fan #2
Front Panel Board
Backplane
Power to Server Board (Main)
Power to Server Board (CPU)
Front Panel USB
Front Panel
Blower Fan #1 Power
Blower Fan #2 Power
HDD 0 to Server Board SATA 0
HDD 1 to Server Board SATA 1
HDD 2 to Server Board SATA 2
Optical Drive Data to Server Board SATA 3
Link to backplane SPGIO
Optical Drive to Power Supply
Server Board SATA
Connector Legend 5
Begin cable
connections at
2
the SATA-0
location.
4
0
3
1
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Figure 80. Data Cable Routing (SR1630HGP)
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Cable Routing (SR1630HGP)
A
A
B
CPU
D
B
F
G
C
D
E
I
L H
F
J
K
F
M
C
G
F
H
E
A
B
Server Board
C
D
E
Blower Fan #1
F
G
Hard Disk Drive Bays
H
A
B
Optical Drive
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
Power to Backplane
Power Supply
Blower Fan #2
Front Panel Board
Backplane
Power to Server Board (Main)
Power to Server Board (CPU)
Front Panel USB
Front Panel
Blower Fan #1 Power
Blower Fan #2 Power
HDD 0 to Server Board SATA 0
HDD 1 to Server Board SATA 1
HDD 2 to Server Board SATA 2
Optical Drive Data to Server Board SATA 3
Link to backplane SPGIO
Optical Drive to Power Supply
Server Board SATA
Connector Legend 5
Begin cable
connections at
2
the SATA-0
location.
4
0
3
1
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Figure 81. Cable Routing (SR1630HGP)
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350-W Single Power Supply Input Voltages
• 100 - 127 V at 50 / 60 Hz 6.0 A
• 200 - 240 V at 50 / 60 Hz 3.0 A
350-W Single Power Supply Output Voltages
Table 7 lists the total wattage available from the power subsystem for each voltage. For
information about calculating the power usage for your configuration, see “Calculating
Power Usage.”
Table 7. Power Supply Output Capability
Voltage
Maximum Current
+3.3 V
14 A
+5.0 V
18 A
+5 V Standby
2A
+12.0
24 A
-12.0 V
0.3 A
Warning: Do not exceed a combined power output of 90 W for the +5 V and +3.3 V outputs.
Exceeding a combined 90 W will overload the power subsystem and may cause the power
supplies to overheat and malfunction.
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System Environmental Specifications
Table 8. System Environmental Specifications
Temperature
Non-operating
-40 ° to 70 ° C
Operating
10 ° to 35 °C, with the maximum rate of change not to exceed 10 ° C per
hour
Humidity
Non-operating
90% relative humidity, non-condensing at 35 °C
Shock
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Operating
2.0 g, 11 msec, 1/2 sine
Packaged
Operational after an 24-inch free fall.
Acoustic noise
7 Bels in sound power for a typical office ambient temperature (65 to 75
°F). Your selection of peripherals may change the noise level.
Electrostatic
discharge (ESD)
Tested to 8 Kilovotls (KV) contact discharge, 12 kilovolts (KV) air discharge;
no component damage.
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Appendix B: Troubleshooting
This chapter helps you identify and solve problems that might occur while you are using
the system.
For any issue, first ensure you are using the latest firmware and files. Firmware upgrades
include updates for the BIOS, Baseboard Management Controller (BMC), and hot-swap
controller (HSC). See “Server System References” on page x for a link to the software
updates. In addition to the server firmware and files, also update any drivers used for
components you installed in your system, such as video drivers, network drivers, and
SATA drivers.
Intel provides a package called the “Platform Confidence Test” that may help with your
diagnostics. See “Server System References” on page x for a link to this software.
If you cannot resolve your server problems on your own, see “Getting Help” on page 171
for assistance.
Resetting the System
Before going through in-depth troubleshooting, attempt first to reset your system using
one of the methods below.
Table 9. Resetting the System
To do this
Press
Soft boot reset to clear the system memory and reload the operating
system
<Ctrl+Alt+Del>
Clear system memory, restart POST, and reload the operating system
Reset button
Cold boot reset. Turn the system power off and then on. This clears
system memory, restarts POST, reloads the operating system, and halts
power to all peripherals
Power off/on
button
Reset the BMC and get it back to a stable state
Remove AC
power from the
server for one
minute
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Problems following Initial System Installation
Problems that occur at initial system startup are usually caused by an incorrect installation
or configuration. Hardware failure is a less frequent cause. If the problem you are
experiencing is with a specific software application, see “Problems with Newly Installed
Application Software” on page 110.
First Steps Checklist
• Is AC power available at the wall outlet?
• Are the power supplies plugged in? Check the AC cable(s) on the back of the chassis
and at the AC source.
• Are all cables correctly connected and secured?
• Are the processors fully seated in their sockets on the server board?
• Are all standoffs in the proper location and not touching any components, causing a
potential short?
• Are all add-in PCI boards fully seated in their slots on the server board?
• Are all jumper settings on the server board correct?
• Are all jumper and switch settings on add-in boards and peripheral devices correct?
To check these settings, refer to the manufacturer's documentation that comes with
them. If applicable, ensure there are no conflicts (for example, two add-in boards
sharing the same interrupt).
•
•
•
•
•
•
Are all peripheral devices installed correctly?
If the system has a hard disk drive, is it properly formatted or configured?
Are all device drivers properly installed?
Are the configuration settings made in Setup correct?
Is the operating system properly loaded? See the operating system documentation.
Did you press the system power on/off switch on the front panel to turn the server on
(power on light should be lit)?
• Is the system power cord properly connected to the system and plugged into a
NEMA 5 15R outlet for 100-120 V or a NEMA 6-15R outlet for 200-240 V?
• Are all integrated components from the tested components lists? Check the tested
memory and chassis lists, as well as the supported hardware and operating system
list. See “Server System References” on page x for links to the tested component
lists.
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Hardware Diagnostic Testing
This section provides a more detailed approach to identifying a hardware problem and
locating its source.
Caution: Turn off devices before disconnecting cables: Before disconnecting any peripheral cables
from the system, turn off the system and any external peripheral devices. Failure to do so
can cause permanent damage to the system and/or the peripheral devices.
1. Turn off the system and all external peripheral devices. Except for the keyboard and
video monitor, disconnect each device from the system.
2. Make sure the system power cord is plugged into a properly grounded AC outlet.
3. Make sure your video display monitor and keyboard are correctly connected to the
system. Turn on the video monitor. Set its brightness and contrast controls to at
least two thirds of their maximum ranges (see the documentation supplied with
your video display monitor).
4. If the operating system normally loads from the hard disk drive, make sure there is
no CD-ROM / DVD disk in the optical drive.
5. If the power LED does light, attempt to boot from a USB floppy or from a CDROM disk.
6. Turn on the system. If the power LED does not light, see “Power Light Does Not
Light” on page 106.
Verifying Proper Operation of Key System Lights
As POST determines the system configuration, it tests for the presence of each mass
storage device installed in the system. As each device is checked, its activity light should
turn on briefly. Check for the following:
• Does the drive activity light turn on briefly? If not, see “Drive Activity Light Does
Not Light” on page 108.
Confirming Loading of the Operating System
Once the system boots up, the operating system prompt displays on the screen. The
prompt varies according to the operating system. If the operating system prompt does not
display, see “No Characters Appear on Screen” on page 106.
Specific Problems and Corrective Actions
This section provides possible solutions for these specific problems:
• Power light does not light.
• No characters appear on screen.
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• Characters on the screen appear distorted or incorrect.
• System cooling fans do not rotate.
• Diskette drive activity light does not light.
• Hard disk drive activity light does not light.
• CD-ROM drive activity light does not light.
• There are problems with application software.
• The bootable CD-ROM is not detected.
Try the following solutions in the order given. If you cannot correct the problem, contact
your service representative or authorized dealer for help.
Power Light Does Not Light
Check the following:
• Did you press the power-on button?
• Is the system operating normally? If yes, the power LED might be defective or the
connection from the front panel to the server board might be loose.
• Have you securely plugged the server AC power cord into the power supply?
• Some ATX power supplies have a power switch on the back of the power supply. If
your system has one, is it turned on?
• Remove all add-in cards and see if the system boots. If successful, add the cards
back in one at a time with a reboot between each addition.
• Make sure the memory DIMMs comply with the system requirements.
• Make sure the memory DIMMs have been populated according to the system
requirements.
• Remove the memory DIMMs and re-seat them.
• Make sure the processor(s) comply with the system requirements.
• Make sure the processor(s) have been populated according to the system
requirements.
• Remove the processor(s) and re-seat them.
• Make sure the chassis standoffs are installed only below mounting holes. Misplaced
standoffs can contact the pins on the bottom of the server board and cause a short.
No Characters Appear on Screen
Check the following:
• Is the keyboard functioning? Test it by turning the “Num Lock” function on and off
to make sure the Num Lock light is functioning.
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• Is the video monitor plugged in and turned on? If you are using a switch box, is it
switched to the correct system?
• Are the brightness and contrast controls on the video monitor properly adjusted?
•
•
•
•
Is the video monitor signal cable properly installed?
Does this video monitor work correctly if plugged into a different system?
Is the onboard video controller enabled in the BIOS?
Remove all add-in cards and see if the video returns. If successful, add the cards
back in one at a time with a reboot between each addition.
• Make sure the memory DIMMs comply with the system requirements.
• Make sure the memory DIMMs have been populated according to the system
requirements.
• Remove the memory DIMMs and re-seat them.
• Make sure the processor(s) comply with the system requirements.
• Make sure the processor(s) have been populated according to the system
requirements.
• Remove the processor(s) and re-seat them.
If you are using an add-in video controller board, do the following:
1. Verify the video works using the onboard video controller.
2. Verify the video controller board is fully seated in the server board connector.
3. Reboot the system for changes to take effect.
4. If there are still no characters on the screen after you reboot the system and POST
emits a beep code, write down the beep code you hear. This information is useful
for your service representative.
5. If you do not receive a beep code and characters do not display, the video display
monitor or video controller may have failed. Contact your service representative or
authorized dealer for help.
Characters Are Distorted or Incorrect
Check the following:
• Are the brightness and contrast controls properly adjusted on the video monitor? See
the manufacturer's documentation.
• Are the video monitor's signal and power cables properly installed?
• Does this video monitor work correctly if plugged into a different system?
System Cooling Fans Do Not Rotate Properly
If the system cooling fans are not operating properly, it is an indication of possible system
component failure.
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Check the following:
• Is the power-on light lit? If not, see “Power Light Does Not Light” on page 106.
• Are any other front panel LEDs lit?
• Have any of the fan motors stopped? Use the server management subsystem to
check the fan status.
•
•
•
•
Have your fans speeded up in response to an overheating situation?
Have your fans speeded up in response to a fan that has failed?
Are the fan power connectors properly connected to the server board?
Is the cable from the front panel board connected to the both the front panel board
and to the server board?
• Are the power supply cables properly connected to the server board?
• Are there any shorted wires caused by pinched-cables or have power connector
plugs been forced into power connector sockets the wrong way?
Drive Activity Light Does Not Light
Check the following:
• Are the drive's power and signal cables properly installed?
• Are all relevant switches and jumpers on the drive set correctly?
• Is the drive properly configured?
• Is the drive activity light always on? If so, the signal cable may be plugged in
incorrectly.
CD-ROM Drive or DVD-ROM Drive Activity Light Does Not
Light
Check the following:
• Are the CD-ROM/DVD-ROM drive's power and signal cables properly installed?
• Are all relevant switches and jumpers on the drive set correctly?
• Is the drive properly configured?
Cannot Connect to a Server
• Make sure the network cable is securely attached to the correct connector at the
system back panel.
• Try a different network cable.
• Make sure you are using the correct and the current drivers. See “Server System
References” on page x for a link to the current drivers.
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• Make sure the driver is loaded and the protocols are bound.
• Make sure the hub port is configured for the same duplex mode as the network
controller.
• Make sure the correct networking software is installed.
• If you are directly connecting two servers (without a hub), you will need a crossover
cable.
• Check the network controller LEDs next to the NIC connectors.
Problems with Network
The server hangs when the drivers are loaded
• Certain drivers may require interrupts that are not shared with other PCI drivers. For
these drivers, it may be necessary to alter settings so that interrupts are not shared.
See the documentation that came with your PCI card(s) for information on changing
interrupts.
Diagnostics pass but the connection fails
•
•
•
•
•
Make sure the network cable is securely attached.
Make sure you specify the correct frame type in your NET.CFG file.
The controller stopped working when an add-in adapter was installed.
Make sure the cable is connected to the port from the onboard network controller.
Make sure your BIOS is current. See “Server System References” on page x for a
link to the current version.
• Make sure the other adapter supports shared interrupts. Make sure your operating
system supports shared interrupts.
• Try reseating the add-in adapter.
The add-in adapter stopped working without apparent cause
• Reseat the adapter.
• The network driver files may be corrupt or deleted. Delete and then reinstall the
drivers.
• Run diagnostics.
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System Boots when Installing PCI Card
System Management features require full-time “standby” power. This means some parts
of the system have power going to them whenever the power cord is plugged in, even if
you have turned the system power off with the power button on the front panel. If you
install a PCI card with the AC power cord plugged in, a signal may be sent to command
the system to boot. Before installing a PCI card, you should always:
• Turn off the server power by using the power button on the front of the system.
• Unplug the AC power cord(s) from the server.
Problems with Newly Installed Application Software
Problems that occur when you run new application software are usually related to the
software, not the server hardware. Faulty equipment is unlikely, especially if other
software runs correctly.
Check the following:
• Make sure the system meets the minimum hardware requirements for the software.
See the software documentation.
• Make sure the software is properly installed and configured for the system. See the
software documentation.
• Use only an authorized copy. Unauthorized copies often do not work.
• If you are running the software from a CD-ROM or DVD-ROM, try a different disk.
• Make sure the correct device drivers installed.
If the problems persist, contact the software vendor's customer service representative.
Problems with Application Software that Ran Correctly
Earlier
Problems that occur after the system hardware and software have been running correctly
sometimes indicate equipment failure. However, they can also be caused by file
corruption or changes to the software configuration.
Check the following:
•
•
•
•
If you are running the software from a CD-ROM or DVD-ROM, try a different disk.
Check your system for a virus infection.
Uninstall and reinstall the software. Make sure all necessary files are installed.
If the problems are intermittent, there may be a loose cable, dirt in the keyboard (if
keyboard input is incorrect), a marginal power supply, or other random component
failures.
• If you suspect a transient voltage spike, power outage, or brownout might have
occurred, reload the software and try running it again. Symptoms of voltage spikes
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include a flickering video display, unexpected system reboots, and the system not
responding to user commands.
Note: Random errors in data files: If you are getting random errors in your data files, they may
be getting corrupted by voltage spikes on your power line. If you are experiencing any of
the above symptoms that might indicate voltage spikes on the power line, you may want to
install a surge suppressor between the power outlet and the system power cord.
Devices are not Recognized under Device Manager
(Microsoft Windows* Operating System)
The Microsoft Windows* operating systems do not include all of the drivers for the Intel®
chipsets, onboard NICs, and other components. See “Server System References” on
page x for a link to the current drivers and chipset files.
Hard Drive(s) are not Recognized
Check the following:
• Make sure the drive is not disabled in BIOS Setup.
• Make sure the drive is connected correctly and that is plugged into the power supply.
• Make sure the drive is compatible. See “Server System References” on page x for a
link to the tested drives.
• Make sure you have not exceeded the power budget for the server. See “Server
System References” on page x for a link to software to check your power budget.
• If using SCSI drives, verify that each SCSI ID number is unique on the SCSI bus.
See your drive documentation for details on setting the SCSI ID for your drives.
• If using ATA drives, verify that the master/slave settings are set correctly. See your
drive documentation for details on setting the master/slave settings.
• If using a RAID configuration with SCSI or SATA drives, make sure the RAID card
is installed correctly.
Bootable CD-ROM Disk Is Not Detected
Check the following:
• Make sure the BIOS is configured to allow the CD-ROM to be the first bootable
device.
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LED Information
The Intel® Server System SR1630GP / SR1630HGP includes LEDs that can aid in
troubleshooting your system. Table 10 lists these LEDs and provides a description of their
use.
Table 10. LED Information
LED Name
Function
Location
LED Color
Notes
ID
Aid in server
identification from the
back panel
Front panel
and board rear
left corner
Blue
Press ID LED button or use
Server Management software
to turn the LED on and off.
System Fault
Visible fault warning
Front panel
and board rear
left corner
Green or
Amber
Disk Activity
Front panel
Front panel
and board left
side
Green
Blinking = Activity. No action
required.
POST Code
1-8
Display boot 80 POST
code
Left rear of
board
Each LED can
be Off, Green,
Amber, or Red
See the POST code table.
5-V Standby
Identify 5-V standby
power on state
Front left
board
Amber
On = 5-V standby power on
Power LED
Identify the power state
of the system
Front panel
Green
•
•
•
•
•
•
On = No Fault
Green Blink = degraded
Amber = non-critical
Off = Power is off (off or
S5)
On = Power on or S0)
Slow Blink = Low power
state (S1 - S3)
BIOS POST Beep Codes
Table 11 lists the POST error beep codes. Prior to system video initialization, the BIOS
uses these beep codes to inform users of error conditions. Please note that not all error
conditions are supported by BIOS beep codes.
Table 11. POST Error Beep Codes
Number of
Beeps
3
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Reason for Beeps and Action to Take
System halted because a fatal error related to the memory was detected.
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Appendix C: Installation/Assembly
Safety Instructions
English
The power supply in this product contains no user-serviceable
parts. Refer servicing only to qualified personnel.
Do not attempt to modify or use the supplied AC power cord if it is
not the exact type required. A product with more than one power
supply will have a separate AC power cord for each supply.
The power button on the system does not turn off system AC
power. To remove AC power from the system, you must unplug
each AC power cord from the wall outlet or power supply.
The power cord(s) is considered the disconnect device to the main
(AC) power. The socket outlet that the system plugs into shall be
installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
SAFETY STEPS: Whenever you remove the chassis covers to
access the inside of the system, follow these steps:
1. Turn off all peripheral devices connected to the system.
2. Turn off the system by pressing the power button.
3. Unplug all AC power cords from the system or from wall
outlets.
4. Label and disconnect all cables connected to I/O connectors
or ports on the back of the system.
5. Provide some electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection by
wearing an antistatic wrist strap attached to chassis ground
of the system-any unpainted metal surface-when handling
components.
6. Do not operate the system with the chassis covers removed.
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After you have completed the six SAFETY steps above, you can
remove the system covers. To do this:
1. Unlock and remove the padlock from the back of the system
if a padlock has been installed.
2. Remove and save all screws from the covers.
3. Remove the cover(s).
For proper cooling and airflow, always reinstall the chassis covers
before turning on the system. Operating the system without the
covers in place can damage system parts. To install the covers:
1. Check first to make sure you have not left loose tools or parts
inside the system.
2. Check that cables, add-in boards, and other components are
properly installed.
3. Attach the covers to the chassis with the screws removed
earlier, and tighten them firmly.
4. Insert and lock the padlock to the system to prevent
unauthorized access inside the system.
5. Connect all external cables and the AC power cord(s) to the
system.
A microprocessor and heat sink may be hot if the system has been
running. Also, there may be sharp pins and edges on some board
and chassis parts. Contact should be made with care. Consider
wearing protective gloves.
Danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace
only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the
equipment manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to
manufacturer's instructions.
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The system is designed to operate in a typical office environment.
Choose a site that is:
• Clean and free of airborne particles (other than normal room
dust).
• Well ventilated and away from sources of heat including direct
sunlight.
• Away from sources of vibration or physical shock.
• Isolated from strong electromagnetic fields produced by
electrical devices.
• In regions that are susceptible to electrical storms, we
recommend you plug your system into a surge suppressor and
disconnect telecommunication lines to your modem during an
electrical storm.
• Provided with a properly grounded wall outlet.
• Provided with sufficient space to access the power supply
cord(s), because they serve as the product's main power
disconnect.
Deutsch
Benutzer können am Netzgerät dieses Produkts keine Reparaturen
vornehmen. Das Produkt enthält möglicherweise mehrere
Netzgeräte. Wartungsarbeiten müssen von qualifizierten
Technikern ausgeführt werden.
Versuchen Sie nicht, das mitgelieferte Netzkabel zu ändern oder zu
verwenden, wenn es sich nicht genau um den erforderlichen Typ
handelt. Ein Produkt mit mehreren Netzgeräten hat für jedes
Netzgerät ein eigenes Netzkabel.
Der Wechselstrom des Systems wird durch den Ein-/Aus-Schalter
für Gleichstrom nicht ausgeschaltet. Ziehen Sie jedes
Wechselstrom-Netzkabel aus der Steckdose bzw. dem Netzgerät,
um den Stromanschluß des Systems zu unterbrechen.
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SICHERHEISMASSNAHMEN: Immer wenn Sie die
Gehäuseabdeckung abnehmen um an das Systeminnere zu
gelangen, sollten Sie folgende Schritte beachten:
1. Schalten Sie alle an Ihr System angeschlossenen
Peripheriegeräte aus.
2. Schalten Sie das System mit dem Hauptschalter aus.
3. Ziehen Sie den Stromanschlußstecker Ihres Systems aus
der Steckdose.
4. Auf der Rückseite des Systems beschriften und ziehen Sie
alle Anschlußkabel von den I/O Anschlüssen oder Ports ab.
5. Tragen Sie ein geerdetes Antistatik Gelenkband, um
elektrostatische Ladungen (ESD) über blanke Metallstellen
bei der Handhabung der Komponenten zu vermeiden.
6. Schalten Sie das System niemals ohne ordnungsgemäß
montiertes Gehäuse ein.
SICHERHEISMASSNAHMEN: Immer wenn Sie die
Gehäuseabdeckung abnehmen um an das Systeminnere zu
gelangen, sollten Sie folgende Schritte beachten:
1. Schalten Sie alle an Ihr System angeschlossenen
Peripheriegeräte aus.
2. Schalten Sie das System mit dem Hauptschalter aus.
3. Ziehen Sie den Stromanschlußstecker Ihres Systems aus
der Steckdose.
4. Auf der Rückseite des Systems beschriften und ziehen Sie
alle Anschlußkabel von den I/O Anschlüssen oder Ports ab.
5. Tragen Sie ein geerdetes Antistatik Gelenkband, um
elektrostatische Ladungen (ESD) über blanke Metallstellen
bei der Handhabung der Komponenten zu vermeiden.
6. Schalten Sie das System niemals ohne ordnungsgemäß
montiertes Gehäuse ein.
Zur ordnungsgemäßen Kühlung und Lüftung muß die
Gehäuseabdeckung immer wieder vor dem Einschalten installiert
werden. Ein Betrieb des Systems ohne angebrachte Abdeckung
kann Ihrem System oder Teile darin beschädigen. Um die
Abdeckung wieder anzubringen:
1. Vergewissern Sie sich, daß Sie keine Werkzeuge oder Teile
im Innern des Systems zurückgelassen haben.
2. Überprüfen Sie alle Kabel, Zusatzkarten und andere
Komponenten auf ordnungsgemäßen Sitz und Installation.
3. Bringen Sie die Abdeckungen wieder am Gehäuse an, indem
Sie die zuvor gelösten Schrauben wieder anbringen. Ziehen
Sie diese gut an.
4. Bringen Sie die Verschlußeinrichtung (Padlock) wieder an
und schließen Sie diese, um ein unerlaubtes Öffnen des
Systems zu verhindern.
5. Schließen Sie alle externen Kabel und den AC
Stromanschlußstecker Ihres Systems wieder an.
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Der Mikroprozessor und der Kühler sind möglicherweise erhitzt,
wenn das System in Betrieb ist. Außerdem können einige Platinen
und Gehäuseteile scharfe Spitzen und Kanten aufweisen. Arbeiten
an Platinen und Gehäuse sollten vorsichtig ausgeführt werden. Sie
sollten Schutzhandschuhe tragen.
Bei falschem Einsetzen einer neuen Batterie besteht
Explosionsgefahr. Die Batterie darf nur durch denselben oder einen
entsprechenden, vom Hersteller empfohlenen Batterietyp ersetzt
werden. Entsorgen Sie verbrauchte Batterien den Anweisungen
des Herstellers entsprechend.
Das System wurde für den Betrieb in einer normalen
Büroumgebung entwickelt. Der Standort sollte:
• "sauber und staubfrei sein (Hausstaub ausgenommen);
• "gut gelüftet und keinen Heizquellen ausgesetzt sein
(einschließlich direkter Sonneneinstrahlung);
• "keinen Erschütterungen ausgesetzt sein;
• "keine starken, von elektrischen Geräten erzeugten
elektromagnetischen Felder aufweisen;
• "in Regionen, in denen elektrische Stürme auftreten, mit einem
Überspannungsschutzgerät verbunden sein; während eines
elektrischen Sturms sollte keine Verbindung der
Telekommunikationsleitungen mit dem Modem bestehen;
• "mit einer geerdeten Wechselstromsteckdose ausgerüstet
sein;
• "über ausreichend Platz verfügen, um Zugang zu den
Netzkabeln zu gewährleisten, da der Stromanschluß des
Produkts hauptsächlich über die Kabel unterbrochen wird
Français
Le bloc d'alimentation de ce produit ne contient aucune pièce
pouvant être réparée par l'utilisateur. Ce produit peut contenir plus
d'un bloc d'alimentation. Veuillez contacter un technicien qualifié en
cas de problème.
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Ne pas essayer d'utiliser ni modifier le câble d'alimentation CA
fourni, s'il ne correspond pas exactement au type requis. Le
nombre de câbles d'alimentation CA fournis correspond au nombre
de blocs d'alimentation du produit
Notez que le commutateur CC de mise sous tension /hors tension
du panneau avant n'éteint pas l'alimentation CA du système. Pour
mettre le système hors tension, vous devez débrancher chaque
câble d'alimentation de sa prise.
CONSIGNES DE SÉCURITÉ -Lorsque vous ouvrez le boîtier pour
accéder à l'intérieur du système, suivez les consignes suivantes:
1. Mettez hors tension tous les périphériques connectés au
système.
2. Mettez le système hors tension en mettant l'interrupteur
général en position OFF (bouton-poussoir).
3. Débranchez tous les cordons d'alimentation c.a. du système
et des prises murales.
4. Identifiez et débranchez tous les câbles reliés aux
connecteurs d'E-S ou aux accès derrière le système.
5. Pour prévenir les décharges électrostatiques lorsque vous
touchez aux composants, portez une bande antistatique pour
poignet et reliez-la à la masse du système (toute surface
métallique non peinte du boîtier).
6. Ne faites pas fonctionner le système tandis que le boîtier est
ouvert.
Une fois TOUTES les étapes précédentes accomplies, vous
pouvez retirer les panneaux du système. Procédez comme suit:
1. Si un cadenas a été installé sur à l'arrière du système,
déverrouillez-le et retirez-le.
2. Retirez toutes les vis des panneaux et mettez-les dans un
endroit sûr.
3. Retirez les panneaux.
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Afin de permettre le refroidissement et l'aération du système,
réinstallez toujours les panneaux du boîtier avant de mettre le
système sous tension. Le fonctionnement du système en l'absence
des panneaux risque d'endommager ses pièces. Pour installer les
panneaux, procédez comme suit:
1. Assurez-vous de ne pas avoir oublié d'outils ou de pièces
démontées dans le système.
2. Assurez-vous que les câbles, les cartes d'extension et les
autres composants sont bien installés.
3. Revissez solidement les panneaux du boîtier avec les vis
retirées plus tôt.
4. Remettez le cadenas en place et verrouillez-le afin de
prévenir tout accès non autorisé à l'intérieur du système.
5. Rebranchez tous les cordons d'alimentation c. a. et câbles
externes au système.
Le microprocesseur et le dissipateur de chaleur peuvent être
chauds si le système a été sous tension. Faites également
attention aux broches aiguës des cartes et aux bords tranchants du
capot. Nous vous recommandons l'usage de gants de protection.
Danger d'explosion si la batterie n'est pas remontée correctement.
Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du même type ou d'un
type équivalent recommandé par le fabricant. Disposez des piles
usées selon les instructions du fabricant.
Le système a été conçu pour fonctionner dans un cadre de travail
normal. L'emplacement choisi doit être:
• "Propre et dépourvu de poussière en suspension (sauf la
poussière normale).
• "Bien aéré et loin des sources de chaleur, y compris du soleil
direct.
• "A l'abri des chocs et des sources de vibrations.
• "Isolé de forts champs électromagnétiques géenérés par des
appareils électriques.
• "Dans les régions sujettes aux orages magnétiques il est
recomandé de brancher votre système à un supresseur de
surtension, et de débrancher toutes les lignes de
télécommunications de votre modem durant un orage.
• "Muni d'une prise murale correctement mise à la terre.
• "Suffisamment spacieux pour vous permettre d'accéder aux
câbles d'alimentation (ceux-ci étant le seul moyen de mettre le
système hors tension).
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Español
El usuario debe abstenerse de manipular los componentes de la
fuente de alimentación de este producto, cuya reparación debe
dejarse exclusivamente en manos de personal técnico
especializado. Puede que este producto disponga de más de una
fuente de alimentación
No intente modificar ni usar el cable de alimentación de corriente
alterna, si no corresponde exactamente con el tipo requerido.
El número de cables suministrados se corresponden con el número
de fuentes de alimentación de corriente alterna que tenga el
producto
Nótese que el interruptor activado/desactivado en el panel frontal
no desconecta la corriente alterna del sistema. Para desconectarla,
deberá desenchufar todos los cables de corriente alterna de la
pared o desconectar la fuente de alimentación.
INSTRUCCIONES DE SEGURIDAD: Cuando extraiga la tapa del
chasis para acceder al interior del sistema, siga las siguientes
instrucciones:
1. Apague todos los dispositivos periféricos conectados al
sistema.
2. Apague el sistema presionando el interruptor encendido/
apagado.
3. Desconecte todos los cables de alimentación CA del sistema
o de las tomas de corriente alterna.
4. Identifique y desconecte todos los cables enchufados a los
conectores E/S o a los puertos situados en la parte posterior
del sistema.
5. Cuando manipule los componentes, es importante
protegerse contra la descarga electrostática (ESD). Puede
hacerlo si utiliza una muñequera antiestática sujetada a la
toma de tierra del chasis - o a cualquier tipo de superficie de
metal sin pintar.
6. No ponga en marcha el sistema si se han extraído las tapas
del chasis.
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Después de completar las seis instrucciones de SEGURIDAD
mencionadas, ya puede extraer las tapas del sistema. Para ello:
1. Desbloquee y extraiga el bloqueo de seguridad de la parte
posterior del sistema, si se ha instalado uno.
2. Extraiga y guarde todos los tornillos de las tapas.Extraiga las
tapas.
Para obtener un enfriamiento y un flujo de aire adecuados,
reinstale siempre las tapas del chasis antes de poner en marcha el
sistema. Si pone en funcionamiento el sistema sin las tapas bien
colocadas puede dañar los componentes del sistema. Para instalar
las tapas:
1. Asegúrese primero de no haber dejado herramientas o
componentes sueltos dentro del sistema.
2. Compruebe que los cables, las placas adicionales y otros
componentes se hayan instalado correctamente.
3. Incorpore las tapas al chasis mediante los tornillos extraídos
anteriormente, tensándolos firmemente.
4. Inserte el bloqueo de seguridad en el sistema y bloquéelo
para impedir que pueda accederse al mismo sin
autorización.
5. Conecte todos los cables externos y los cables de
alimentación CA al sistema.
Si el sistema ha estado en funcionamiento, el microprocesador y el
disipador de calor pueden estar aún calientes. También conviene
tener en cuenta que en el chasis o en el tablero puede haber
piezas cortantes o punzantes. Por ello, se recomienda precaución
y el uso de guantes protectores.
Existe peligro de explosión si la pila no se cambia de forma
adecuada. Utilice solamente pilas iguales o del mismo tipo que las
recomendadas por el fabricante del equipo. Para deshacerse de
las pilas usadas, siga igualmente las instrucciones del fabricante.
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El sistema está diseñado para funcionar en un entorno de trabajo
normal. Escoja un lugar:
• "Limpio y libre de partículas en suspensión (salvo el polvo
normal).
• "Bien ventilado y alejado de fuentes de calor, incluida la luz
solar directa.
• "Alejado de fuentes de vibración.
• "Aislado de campos electromagnéticos fuertes producidos por
dispositivos eléctricos.
• "En regiones con frecuentes tormentas eléctricas, se
recomienda conectar su sistema a un eliminador de
sobrevoltage y desconectar el módem de las líneas de
telecomunicación durante las tormentas.
• "Provisto de una toma de tierra correctamente instalada.
• "Provisto de espacio suficiente como para acceder a los cables
de alimentación, ya que éstos hacen de medio principal de
desconexión del sistema.
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Italiano
Rivolgersi ad un tecnico specializzato per la riparazione dei
componenti dell'alimentazione di questo prodotto. È possibile che il
prodotto disponga di più fonti di alimentazione.
Non modificare o utilizzare il cavo di alimentazione in c.a. fornito dal
produttore, se non corrisponde esattamente al tipo richiesto. Ad
ogni fonte di alimentazione corrisponde un cavo di alimentazione in
c.a. separato
L'interruttore attivato/disattivato nel pannello anteriore non
interrompe l'alimentazione in c.a. del sistema. Per interromperla, è
necessario scollegare tutti i cavi di alimentazione in c.a. dalle prese
a muro o dall'alimentazione di corrente.
PASSI DI SICUREZZA: Qualora si rimuovano le coperture del
telaio per accedere all'interno del sistema, seguire i seguenti passi:
1. Spegnere tutti i dispositivi periferici collegati al sistema.
2. Spegnere il sistema, usando il pulsante spento/acceso
dell'interruttore del sistema.
3. Togliere tutte le spine dei cavi del sistema dalle prese
elettriche.
4. Identificare e sconnettere tutti i cavi attaccati ai collegamenti
I/O od alle prese installate sul retro del sistema.
5. Qualora si tocchino i componenti, proteggersi dallo scarico
elettrostatico (SES), portando un cinghia anti-statica da polso
che è attaccata alla presa a terra del telaio del sistema qualsiasi superficie non dipinta - .
6. Non far operare il sistema quando il telaio è senza le
coperture.
Dopo aver seguito i sei passi di SICUREZZA sopracitati, togliere le
coperture del telaio del sistema come seque:
1. Aprire e rimuovere il lucchetto dal retro del sistema qualora
ve ne fosse uno installato.
2. Togliere e mettere in un posto sicuro tutte le viti delle
coperture.
3. Togliere le coperture.
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Per il giusto flusso dell'aria e raffreddamento del sistema, rimettere
sempre le coperture del telaio prima di riaccendere il sistema.
Operare il sistema senza le coperture al loro proprio posto potrebbe
danneggiare i componenti del sistema. Per rimettere le coperture
del telaio:
1. Controllare prima che non si siano lasciati degli attrezzi o dei
componenti dentro il sistema.
2. Controllare che i cavi, dei supporti aggiuntivi ed altri
componenti siano stati installati appropriatamente.
3. Attaccare le coperture al telaio con le viti tolte in precedenza
e avvitarle strettamente.
4. Inserire e chiudere a chiave il lucchetto sul retro del sistema
per impedire l'accesso non autorizzato al sistema.
5. Ricollegare tutti i cavi esterni e le prolunghe AC del sistema.
Se il sistema è stato a lungo in funzione, il microprocessore e il
dissipatore di calore potrebbero essere surriscaldati. Fare
attenzione alla presenza di piedini appuntiti e parti taglienti sulle
schede e sul telaio. È consigliabile l'uso di guanti di protezione.
Esiste il pericolo di un esplosione se la pila non viene sostituita in
modo corretto. Utilizzare solo pile uguali o di tipo equivalente a
quelle consigliate dal produttore. Per disfarsi delle pile usate,
seguire le istruzioni del produttore.
Il sistema è progettato per funzionare in un ambiente di lavoro tipo.
Scegliere una postazione che sia:
• "Pulita e libera da particelle in sospensione (a parte la normale
polvere presente nell'ambiente).
• "Ben ventilata e lontana da fonti di calore, compresa la luce
solare diretta.
• "Al riparo da urti e lontana da fonti di vibrazione.
• "Isolata dai forti campi magnetici prodotti da dispositivi elettrici.
• "In aree soggette a temporali, è consigliabile collegare il
sistema ad un limitatore di corrente. In caso di temporali,
scollegare le linee di comunicazione dal modem.
• "Dotata di una presa a muro correttamente installata.
• "Dotata di spazio sufficiente ad accedere ai cavi di
alimentazione, i quali rappresentano il mezzo principale di
scollegamento del sistema.
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Appendix D: Safety Information
English
Server Safety Information
This document applies to Intel® server boards, Intel® server chassis and installed
peripherals. To reduce the risk of bodily injury, electrical shock, fire, and equipment
damage, read this document and observe all warnings and precautions in this guide before
installing or maintaining your Intel® server product.
In the event of a conflict between the information in this document and information
provided with the product or on the website for a particular product, the product
documentation takes precedence.
Your server should be integrated and serviced only by technically qualified persons.
You must adhere to the guidelines in this guide and the assembly instructions in your
server manuals to ensure and maintain compliance with existing product certifications and
approvals. Use only the described, regulated components specified in this guide. Use of
other products / components will void the UL Listing and other regulatory approvals of
the product, and may result in noncompliance with product regulations in the region(s) in
which the product is sold.
Safety Warnings and Cautions
To avoid personal injury or property damage, before you begin installing the product,
read, observe, and adhere to all of the following safety instructions and information. The
following safety symbols may be used throughout the documentation and may be marked
on the product and / or the product packaging.
CAUTION
Indicates the presence of a hazard that may cause minor personal injury or
property damage if the CAUTION is ignored.
WARNING
Indicates the presence of a hazard that may result in serious personal injury if
the WARNING is ignored.
Indicates potential hazard if indicated information is ignored.
Indicates shock hazards that result in serious injury or death if safety
instructions are not followed.
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Indicates hot components or surfaces.
Indicates do not touch fan blades, may result in injury.
Indicates to unplug all AC power cord(s) to disconnect AC power
Please recycle battery
Intended Application Uses
This product was evaluated as Information Technology Equipment (ITE), which may be
installed in offices, schools, computer rooms, and similar commercial type locations. The
suitability of this product for other product categories and environments (such as medical,
industrial, residential, alarm systems, and test equipment), other than an ITE application,
may require further evaluation.
Site Selection
The compute module is designed to operate in a typical office environment. Choose a site
that is:
• Clean, dry, and free of airborne particles (other than normal room dust).
• Well-ventilated and away from sources of heat including direct sunlight and
radiators.
• Away from sources of vibration or physical shock.
• Isolated from strong electromagnetic fields produced by electrical devices.
• In regions that are susceptible to electrical storms, we recommend you plug your
compute module into a surge suppressor and disconnect telecommunication lines to
your modem during an electrical storm.
• Provided with a properly grounded wall outlet.
• Provided with sufficient space to access the power supply cord(s), because they serve
as the product's main power disconnect.
Equipment Handling Practices
Reduce the risk of personal injury or equipment damage:
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• Conform to local occupational health and safety requirements when moving and
lifting equipment.
• Use mechanical assistance or other suitable assistance when moving and lifting
equipment.
• To reduce the weight for easier handling, remove any easily detachable components.
Power and Electrical Warnings
Caution: The power button, indicated by the stand-by power marking, DOES NOT completely turn
off the compute module AC power, 5V standby power is active whenever the compute
module is plugged in. To remove power from compute module, you must unplug the AC
power cord from the wall outlet. Your compute module may use more than one AC power
cord. Make sure all AC power cords are unplugged. Make sure the AC power cord(s) is/
are unplugged before you open the chassis, or add or remove any non hot-plug
components.
Do not attempt to modify or use an AC power cord if it is not the exact type required. A
separate AC cord is required for each compute module power supply.
Some power supplies in Intel® servers use Neutral Pole Fusing. To avoid risk of shock use
caution when working with power supplies that use Neutral Pole Fusing.
The power supply in this product contains no user-serviceable parts. Do not open the
power supply. Hazardous voltage, current and energy levels are present inside the power
supply. Return to manufacturer for servicing.
When replacing a hot-plug power supply, unplug the power cord to the power supply
being replaced before removing it from the server.
To avoid risk of electric shock, turn off the server and disconnect the power cord,
telecommunications systems, networks, and modems attached to the server before opening
it.
Access Warnings
Caution: To avoid personal injury or property damage, the following safety instructions apply
whenever accessing the inside of the product:
• Turn off all peripheral devices connected to this product.
• Turn off the compute module by pressing the power button off.
• Disconnect the AC power by unplugging all AC power cords from the chassis or
wall outlet.
• Disconnect all cables and telecommunication lines that are connected to the
compute module.
• Retain all screws or other fasteners when removing access cover(s). Upon
completion of accessing inside the product, refasten access cover with original
screws or fasteners.
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• Do not access the inside of the power supply. There are no serviceable parts in the
power supply. Return to manufacturer for servicing.
• Power down the chassis and disconnect all power cords before adding or replacing
any non hot-plug component.
• When replacing a hot-plug power supply, unplug the power cord to the power supply
being replaced before removing the power supply from the chassis.
Caution: If the compute module has been running, any installed processor(s) and heat sink(s) may
be hot. Unless you are adding or removing a hot-plug component, allow the compute
module to cool before opening the covers. To avoid the possibility of coming into contact
with hot component(s) during a hot-plug installation, be careful when removing or
installing the hot-plug component(s).
Caution: To avoid injury do not contact moving fan blades. If your chassis is supplied with a guard
over the fan, do not operate the chassis without the fan guard in place.
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
Caution: ESD can damage disk drives, boards, and other parts. We recommend that you perform
all procedures at an ESD workstation. If one is not available, provide some ESD
protection by wearing an antistatic wrist strap attached to chassis ground -- any
unpainted metal surface -- on your server when handling parts.
Always handle boards carefully. They can be extremely sensitive to ESD. Hold boards
only by their edges. After removing a board from its protective wrapper or from the
server, place the board component side up on a grounded, static free surface. Use a
conductive foam pad if available but not the board wrapper. Do not slide board over any
surface.
Other Hazards
Battery Replacement
Caution: There is the danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced. When replacing the
battery, use only the battery recommended by the equipment manufacturer.
Dispose of batteries according to local ordinances and regulations.
Do not attempt to recharge a battery.
Do not attempt to disassemble, puncture, or otherwise damage a battery.
Cooling and Airflow
Caution: Carefully route cables as directed to minimize airflow blockage and cooling problems.
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For proper cooling and airflow, operate the chassis only with the chassis covers installed.
Operating the chassis without the covers in place can damage chassis parts. To install the
covers:
• Check first to make sure you have not left loose tools or parts inside the chassis
• Check that cables, add-in boards, and other components are properly installed.
• Attach the covers to the chassis according to the product instructions.
Laser Peripherals or Devices
Caution: To avoid risk of radiation exposure and/or personal injury:
• Do not open the enclosure of any laser peripheral or device
• Laser peripherals or devices have are not user serviceable
• Return to manufacturer for servicing
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Sicherheitshinweise für den Server
Das vorliegende Dokument bezieht sich auf Intel®Serverplatinen, Intel®Servergehäuse
(Standfuß und Rack) sowie installierte Peripheriegeräte. Es enthält Warnungen und
Vorsichtsmaßnahmen zur Vermeidung von Gefahren durch Verletzung, Stromschlag,
Feuer und Beschädigungen von Geräten. Lesen Sie diese Dokument daher sorgfältig,
bevor Sie Ihr Intel®Serverprodukt installieren oder warten.
Bei Widersprüchen zwischen den hier vorliegenden Angaben und den Informationen im
Lieferumfang des Produkts oder auf der Website des betreffenden Produkts hat die
Produktdokumentation Vorrang.
Die Integration und Wartung des Servers darf nur durch technisch qualifizierte Personen
erfolgen.
Um die Einhaltung der vorhandenen Zulassungen und Genehmigungen für das Produkt zu
gewährleisten, sind die Richtlinien in diesem Handbuch sowie die Montageanleitungen in
den Serverhandbüchern zu beachten. Verwenden Sie nur die beschriebenen, zugelassenen
Komponenten, die im vorliegenden Handbuch angegeben werden. Die Verwendung
anderer Produkte oder Komponenten führt zum Erlöschen der UL-Zulassung und anderer
Genehmigungen für das Produkt. Dadurch kann das Produkt gegen Produktbestimmungen
verstoßen, die im Verkaufsland gelten.
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Sicherheitshinweise und Vorsichtsmaßnahmen
Um Verletzungen und Beschädigungen zu vermeiden, sollten Sie vor dem Beginn der
Produktinstallation die nachfolgend aufgeführten Sicherheitshinweise und -informationen
sorgfältig lesen und befolgen. In dem vorliegenden Handbuch sowie auf dem Produkt und
auf der Verpackung werden folgende Sicherheitssymbole verwendet:
VORSICHT
Weist auf eine Gefahrenquelle hin, die bei Nichtbeachtung des
VORSICHTSHINWEISES zu leichteren Verletzungen bzw.
Sachbeschädigungen führen kann.
WARNUNG
Weist auf eine Gefahrenquelle hin, die bei Nichtbeachtung der WARNUNG zu
ernsten Verletzungen führen kann.
Weist auf potentielle Gefahr bei Nichtbeachtung der angezeigten Informationen
hin.
Weist auf die Gefahr eines Stromschlags hin, der bei Nichtbeachtung der
Sicherheitshinweise zu schweren oder tödlichen Verletzungen führen kann.
Weist auf Verbrennungsgefahr an heißen Bauteilen bzw. Oberflächen hin.
Weist darauf hin, daß das Anfassen des Gebläses zu Verletzungen führen kann.
Bedeutet, alle Netzkabel abzuziehen und das Gerät von der Netzspannung zu
trennen.
Bereiten Sie bitte Batterie auf
Zielbenutzer der Anwendung
Dieses Produkt wurde in seiner Eigenschaft als IT-Gerät getestet, das in Büros, Schulen,
Computerräumen und ähnlichen öffentlichen Räumlichkeiten installiert werden kann. Die
Eignung dieses Produkts für andere Einsatzbereiche als IT (z. B. Medizin, Industrie,
Alarmsysteme oder Prüfgeräte) kann u. U. weitere Tests erfordern.
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Standortauswahl
Das System ist für den Betrieb innerhalb normaler Büroumgebungen geeignet. Wählen
Sie einen Standort, der folgenden Kriterien entspricht:
• Sauber, trocken und frei von Partikeln in der Luft (außer dem normalen Raumstaub).
• Gut belüftet, nicht in der Nähe von Wärmequellen und keiner direkten
Sonnenbestrahlung ausgesetzt.
• Nicht in der Nähe von Vibrations- oder Erschütterungsquellen.
• Abgeschirmt von starken elektromagnetischen Feldern, die durch elektrische Geräte
erzeugt werden.
• In gewittergefährdeten Gebieten sollten Sie das System an einen
Überspannungsschutz anschließen und bei einem Gewitter die
Telekommunikationskabel zum Modem abziehen.
• Eine ordnungsgemäß geerdete Wandsteckdose muß vorhanden sein.
• Ausreichender Freiraum für den Zugang zu den Netzkabeln, da diese die
Hauptvorrichtung zum Trennen des Produkts von der Stromversorgung sind.
Handhabung von Geräten
Beachten Sie zur Vermeidung von Verletzungen oder Beschädigungen an den Geräten die
folgenden Hinweise:
• Halten Sie beim Transportieren und Anheben von Geräten die örtlichen
Gesundheits- und Sicherheitsvorschriften ein.
• Verwenden Sie mechanische oder andere geeignete Hilfsmittel zum Transportieren
oder Anheben von Geräten.
• Entfernen Sie alle Komponenten, die sich leicht abnehmen lassen, um das Gewicht zu
reduzieren und die Handhabung zu erleichtern.
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Warnungen zu Netzspannung und Elektrizität
Vorsicht: Durch Betätigen der mit dem Standby-Symbol gekennzeichneten Netztaste wird das
System NICHT vollständig vom Netz getrennt. Es sind weiterhin 5 V aktiv, solange das
System eingesteckt ist. Um das System vollständig vom Strom zu trennen, muß das
Netzkabel aus der Steckdose abgezogen werden. Das System verfügt möglicherweise über
mehrere Netzkabel. Vergewissern Sie sich in diesem Fall, daß alle Netzkabel abgezogen
sind. Wenn Sie Komponenten ein- oder ausbauen möchten, die nicht hot-plug-fähig sind,
stellen Sie sicher, daß zuvor alle Netzkabel abgezogen sind.
Nehmen Sie keine Änderungen am Netzkabel vor, und verwenden Sie kein Kabel, das nicht
genau dem geforderten Typ entspricht. Jedes Netzteil im System muß über ein eigenes
Netzkabel angeschlossen werden.
Einige Netzteile von Intel Servern verwenden Nullleitersicherungen. Vorsicht ist geboten
im Umgang mit Netzteilen, welche Nullleitersicherungen verwenden, um das Risiko eines
elektrischen Schlages zu vermeiden
Das Netzteil in diesem Produkt enthält keine Teile, die vom Benutzer gewartet werden
können. Öffnen Sie das Netzteil nicht. Im Netzteil bestehen gefährliche Spannungen,
Ströme und Energiequellen. Schicken Sie das Gerät für Wartungsarbeiten an den
Hersteller zurück.
Wenn Sie ein hot-plug-fähiges Netzteil austauschen, ziehen Sie dessen Netzkabel ab, bevor
Sie es aus dem Server ausbauen.
Zur Vermeidung von Stromschlägen schalten Sie den Server aus, und trennen Sie vor dem
Öffnen des Geräts das Netzkabel sowie alle an den Server angeschlossene
Telekommunikationssysteme, Netzwerke und Modems.
Warnhinweise für den Systemzugang
Vorsicht: Um Verletzungen und Beschädigungen zu vermeiden, sollten Sie vor Arbeiten im
Produktinneren folgende Sicherheitsanweisungen beachten:
• Schalten Sie alle am Produkt angeschlossenen Peripheriegeräte aus.
• Schalten Sie das System mit dem Netzschalter aus.
• Trennen Sie das Gerät von der Stromquelle, indem Sie alle Netzkabel vom System
bzw. aus der Steckdose ziehen.
• Ziehen Sie alle Kabel und alle an das System angeschlossenen
Telekommunikationsleitungen ab.
• Bewahren Sie alle Schrauben und anderen Befestigungselemente gut auf, nachdem
Sie die Gehäuseabdeckung entfernt haben. Wenn Sie Ihre Arbeiten im
Systeminneren beendet haben, befestigen Sie die Gehäuseabdeckung mit den
Originalschrauben bzw. -befestigungselementen.
• Führen Sie keine Arbeiten im Netzteil aus. Das Netzteil enthält keine für den
Benutzer wartungsbedürftigen Teile. Schicken Sie das Gerät für Wartungsarbeiten
an den Hersteller zurück.
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• Schalten Sie den Server aus, und ziehen Sie alle Netzkabel ab, bevor Sie
Komponenten ein- oder ausbauen, die nicht hot-plug-fähig sind.
• Wenn Sie ein hot-plug-fähiges Netzteil austauschen, ziehen Sie dessen Netzkabel ab,
bevor Sie es aus dem Server ausbauen.
Vorsicht: War Ihr Server in Betrieb, können die installierten Prozessoren und Kühlkörper heiß sein.
Sofern Sie keine Hot-Plug-Komponenten ein- oder ausbauen, warten Sie mit dem
Abnehmen der Abdeckungen, bis das System abgekühlt ist. Gehen Sie beim Aus- oder
Einbauen von Hot-Plug-Komponenten sorgfältig vor, um nicht mit heißen Komponenten
in Berührung zu kommen.
Vorsicht: Berühren Sie nicht die rotierenden Lüfterflügel, um Verletzungen zu vermeiden. Falls Ihr
System mit eine Lüfterabdeckung besitzt, darf es nicht ohne diese Abdeckung betrieben
werden.
Elektrostatische Entladungen (ESD)
Vorsicht: Elektrostatische Entladungen können zur Beschädigung von Festplatten, Platinen und
anderen Komponenten führen. Daher sollten Sie alle Arbeiten an einer ESD-Workstation
ausführen. Steht ein solcher Arbeitsplatz nicht zur Verfügung, erzielen Sie einen gewissen
Schutz vor elektrostatischen Entladungen durch Tragen einer Antistatik-Manschette, die
Sie während der Arbeit zur Erdung an einem beliebigen unlackierten Metallteil des
Computergehäuses befestigen.
Gehen Sei bei der Handhabung von Platinen immer mit größter Vorsicht vor. Sie können
äußerst empfindlich gegenüber elektrostatischer Entladung sein. Halten Sie Platinen nur
an den Kanten fest. Legen Sie die Platinen nach dem Auspacken aus der Schutzhülle oder
nach dem Ausbau aus dem Server mit der Bauelementseite nach oben auf eine geerdete,
statisch entladene Unterlage.Verwenden Sie dazu, sofern verfügbar, eine leitfahige
Schaumstoffunterlage, aber niche die Schutzhülle der Platine. Ziehen Sie die Platine
nicht über eine Fläche.
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Andere Gefahren
Batterieaustausch
Vorsicht: Wird die Batterie unsachgemäß ausgetauscht, besteht Explosionsgefahr. Verwenden Sie
als Ersatz nur die vom Gerätehersteller empfohlene Batterie.
Beachten Sie bei der Entsorgung von Batterien die gültigen Bestimmungen.
Versuchen Sie nicht, eine Batterie aufzuladen.
Versuchen Sie nicht, eine Batterie zu öffnen oder sonstwie zu beschädigen.
Kühlung und Luftstrom
Vorsicht: Verlegen Sie Kabel sorgfältig entsprechend der Anleitung, um Störungen des Luftstroms
und Kühlungsprobleme zu vermeiden.
Zur Gewährleistung des ordnungsgemäßen Kühlungs- und Luftstromverhaltens darf das
System nur mit angebrachten Gehäuseabdeckungen betrieben werden. Die
Inbetriebnahme des Systems ohne Abdeckung kann zur Beschädigung von
Systemkomponenten führen. So bringen Sie die Abdeckung wieder an:
• Vergewissern Sie sich zunächst, daß Sie keine Werkzeuge oder Teile im Gehäuse
vergessen haben.
• Prüfen Sie, ob Kabel, Erweiterungskarten sowie weitere Komponenten
ordnungsgemäß angebracht sind.
• Befestigen Sie die Abdeckungen am Gehäuse des Produkts, wie in dessen Anleitung
beschrieben.
Laser-Peripheriegeräte oder -Komponenten
Vorsicht: Beachten Sie zur Vermeidung von Strahlung und Verletzungen die folgenden Hinweise:
• Öffnen Sie keinesfalls das Gehäuse von Laser-Peripheriegeräten oder LaserKomponenten.
• Laser-Peripheriegeräte oder -Komponenten besitzen keine für den Benutzer
wartungsbedürftigen Teile.
• Schicken Sie das Gerät für Wartungsarbeiten an den Hersteller zurück.
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Consignes de sécurité sur le serveur
Ce document s’applique aux cartes serveur Intel®, au châssis de serveur Intel®(sur pieds et
sur rack) et aux périphériques installés. Pour réduire les risques de dommages corporels,
d’électrocution, d’incendie et de dommages matériels, lisez ce document et respectez tous
les avertissements et précautions mentionnés dans ce guide avant d’installer ou de mettre
à jour votre produit serveur Intel®.
En cas de conflit entre les informations fournies dans ce document et celles livrées avec le
produit ou publiées sur le site Web pour un produit particulier, la documentation du
produit prime.
Votre serveur doit être intégré et entretenu uniquement par des techniciens qualifiés.
Vous devez suivre les informations de ce guide et les instructions d’assemblage des
manuels de serveur pour vérifier et maintenir la conformité avec les certifications et
approbations de produit existantes. Utilisez uniquement les composants décrits et
réglementés spécifiés dans ce guide. L’utilisation d’autres produits/composants annulera
la liste UL et les autres approbations réglementaires du produit, et le produit peut ne pas
être conforme aux autres lois et réglementations locales applicables au produit.
Sécurité: avertissements et mises en garde
Pour éviter de vous blesser ou d’endommager votre équipement, lisez et respectez toutes
les informations et consignes de sécurité avant de commencer l’installation du produit.
Les symboles de sécurité suivants peuvent être utilisés tout au long de cette
documentation et peuvent figurer sur le produit ou sur son emballage.
ATTENTION
Indique la présence d’un risque pouvant entraîner des blessures physiques
mineures ou endommager légèrement le matériel si la mise en garde n’est pas
prise en compte.
AVERTISSEMENT
Indique la présence d’un risque pouvant entraîner des blessures corporelles
graves si l’avertissement n’est pas pris en compte.
Indique un risque potentiel si les informations signalées ne sont pas prises en
compte.
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Indique des risques d’électrocution pouvant entraîner des blessures
corporelles graves ou mortelles si les consignes de sécurité ne sont pas
respectées.
Signale des composants ou des surfaces soumis à des températures élevées.
Indique de ne pas toucher aux pales de ventilateur, car cela peut entraîner des
blessures.
Indique de débrancher tous les cordons d’alimentation secteur pour
déconnecter l’alimentation.
Veuillez réutiliser la batterie
Domaines d’utilisation prévus
Ce produit a été testé comme équipement informatique (ITE) et peut être installé dans des
bureaux, des écoles, des salles informatiques et des endroits commerciaux similaires.
L’utilisation du présent produit dans des catégories et environnements de produits et
domaines d’application (par exemple, le domaine médical, industriel, résidentiel, les
systèmes d’alarme et les appareils de contrôle) autres qu’ITE doit faire l’objet
d’évaluations supplémentaires.
Sélection d’un emplacement
Le système est conçu pour fonctionner dans un environnement standard de bureau.
Choisissez un emplacement respectant les conditions suivantes :
• Propre, sec et exempt de particules en suspension (autres que la poussière normale
d’une pièce).
• Bien ventilé et à l’écart des sources de chaleur telles que la lumière directe du soleil
et les radiateurs.
• À l’écart des sources de vibration ou des chocs physiques.
• Isolé des champs électromagnétiques importants produits par des appareils
électriques.
• Dans les régions sujettes aux orages magnétiques, nous vous recommandons de
brancher votre système à un suppresseur de surtension et de déconnecter les lignes
de télécommunication de votre modem pendant les orages.
• Équipé d’une prise murale reliée à la terre.
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• Équipé d’un espace suffisant pour accéder aux cordons d’alimentation secteur, car ils
servent de disjoncteur principal d’alimentation du produit.
Pratiques de manipulation de l’équipement
Réduisez le risque de dommages personnels ou matériels :
• Conformez-vous aux exigences de médecine du travail et de sécurité lorsque vous
déplacez et soulevez le matériel.
• Utilisez l’assistance mécanique ou toute autre assistance appropriée lorsque vous
déplacez et soulevez le matériel.
• Pour réduire le poids en vue de faciliter la manipulation, retirez tout composant
amovible.
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Alimentation et avertissements en matière d’électricité
Attention: Le bouton d’alimentation, indiqué par le symbole de mise en veille, NE COUPE PAS
complètement l’alimentation secteur du système car le courant de veille 5 V reste actif
lorsque le système est sous tension. Pour couper l’alimentation du système, vous devez
débrancher le cordon d’alimentation secteur de la prise murale. Votre système peut
utiliser plusieurs cordons d’alimentation secteur. Assurez-vous que tous les cordons
d’alimentation sont débranchés. Vous devez les débrancher avant d’ouvrir le châssis,
d’ajouter ou de supprimer un composant non connectable à chaud.
Les alimentations de certains serveurs Intel sont munies de doubles fusibles pôle/neutre:
veuillez observer les précautions d'usage afin d'éviter tout risque d'eléctrocution.
N’essayez pas de modifier ou d’utiliser un cordon d’alimentation secteur s’il ne s’agit pas
du type exact requis. Un cordon secteur est requis pour chaque alimentation système.
Le bloc d’alimentation de ce produit ne contient aucun composant réparable par
l’utilisateur. N’ouvrez pas le bloc d’alimentation. L’intérieur de celui-ci est soumis à des
niveaux dangereux de tension, de courant et d’énergie. Renvoyez-le au fabricant en cas de
problème.
Lorsque vous remplacez un bloc d’alimentation à chaud, débranchez le cordon du bloc
d’alimentation en cours de remplacement avant de le retirer du serveur.
Pour éviter tout risque d’électrocution, mettez le système hors tension et débranchez les
cordons d’alimentation ainsi que les systèmes de télécommunication, réseaux et modems
reliés au système avant d’ouvrir ce dernier.
Avertissements sur l’accès au système
Attention: Pour éviter de vous blesser ou d’endommager votre équipement, les consignes de sécurité
suivantes s’appliquent chaque fois que vous accédez à l’intérieur du produit:
• Mettez hors tension tous les périphériques connectés à ce produit.
• Éteignez le système en appuyant sur le bouton d’alimentation.
• Déconnectez l’alimentation secteur en débranchant tous les cordons d’alimentation
secteur du système ou de la prise murale.
• Déconnectez l’ensemble des câbles et lignes de télécommunication qui sont
connectés au système.
• Mettez toutes les vis ou autres attaches de côté lorsque vous retirez les panneaux
d’accès. Une fois que vous avez terminé d’accéder à l’intérieur du produit, refixez le
panneau d’accès avec les vis ou attaches d’origine.
• N’essayez pas d’accéder à l’intérieur du bloc d’alimentation. Il ne contient aucune
pièce réparable. Renvoyez-le au fabricant en cas de problème.
• Mettez le serveur hors tension et débranchez tous les cordons d’alimentation avant
d’ajouter ou de remplacer tout composant non connectable à chaud.
• Lorsque vous remplacez le bloc d’alimentation à chaud, débranchez le cordon du bloc
d’alimentation en cours de remplacement avant de retirer le bloc du serveur.
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Attention: Si le serveur a été utilisé, les processeurs et dissipateurs de chaleur installés peuvent être
chauds. À moins que vous n’ajoutiez ou ne retiriez un composant connectable à chaud,
laissez le système refroidir avant d’ouvrir les panneaux. Pour éviter tout risque d’entrer
en contact avec un composant chaud lors d’une installation à chaud, prenez toutes les
précautions nécessaires lorsque vous retirez ou installez des composants connectables à
chaud.
Attention: Pour éviter de vous blesser, ne touchez pas les pales de ventilateur en mouvement. Si votre
système est fourni avec une protection sur le ventilateur, ne mettez pas le système en route
sans la protection en place.
Décharges électrostatiques (ESD)
Attention: Les décharges électrostatiques (ESD) peuvent endommager les lecteurs de disque dur, les
cartes et d’autres pièces. Il est fortement conseillé d’effectuer l’ensemble des procédures
décrites à un poste de travail protégé contre les ESD. Au cas où aucun poste de ce type ne
serait disponible, protégez-vous contre les ESD en portant un bracelet antistatique relié à
la masse du châssis (n’importe quelle surface métallique non peinte) de votre serveur
lorsque que vous manipulez les pièces.
Manipulez toujours les cartes avec précaution. Elles peuvent être extrêmement sensibles
aux ESD. Ne tenez les cartes que par leurs bords. Après avoir retiré une carte de son
emballage de protection ou du serveur, placez-la sur une surface reliée à la terre, exempte
de charge statique, composants orientés vers le haut. Utilisez si possible un tapi de
mousse conducteru, mais pas l’emballage de la carte. Veillez à ce que la carte ne glisse
sur aucune surface.
Autres risques
Remplacement de la pile
Attention: Il existe un risque d’explosion si la pile n’est pas correctement remplacée. Lors du
remplacement de la pile, utilisez uniquement celle recommandée par le fabricant du
matériel.
Mettez la pile au rebut en vous conformant aux réglementations locales.
N’essayez pas de recharger une pile.
N’essayez pas de démonter, de percer ou d’endommager la pile d’une quelconque façon.
Refroidissement et ventilation
Attention: Routez les câbles avec précaution comme indiqué pour minimiser les blocages de
circulation d’air et les problèmes de refroidissement.
Afin de permettre une ventilation et un refroidissement corrects, ne mettez le système en
marche que lorsque les panneaux du châssis sont en place. L’utilisation du système sans
les panneaux peut endommager les composants système. Pour installer les panneaux :
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• Vérifiez tout d’abord que vous n’avez pas oublié d’outils ou de composants détachés
à l’intérieur du système.
• Vérifiez que les câbles, les cartes d’extension et les autres composants sont
correctement installés.
• Fixez les panneaux au châssis en suivant les instructions du produit.
Périphériques laser
Attention: Pour éviter tout risque d’exposition aux rayonnements et/ou de dommage personnel:
• N’ouvrez pas l’enceinte d’un périphérique laser.
• Les périphériques laser ne sont pas réparables par l’utilisateur.
• Retournez-les au fabricant en cas de problème.
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Información de seguridad del servidor
Este documento se aplica a las tarjetas de servidor de Intel®, los gabinetes de servidor de
Intel® (montaje en rack y en pedestal) y los dispositivos periféricos. Para reducir el riesgo
de daños corporales, descargas eléctricas, fuego y en el equipo, lea este documento y
preste atención a todos las advertencias y precauciones de esta guía antes de instalar o
mantener el producto de servidor de Intel®.
En el caso de que haya diferencias entre la información para un producto en particular
contenida en este documento y la información proporcionada con dicho producto o en el
sitio Web, la documentación del producto es la que prevalece.
Sólo personal técnico calificado debe montar y prestar los servicios para el servidor.
Debe ceñirse a las directrices de esta guía y a las instrucciones de montaje de los manuales
del servidor para asegurar y mantener el cumplimiento con las certificaciones y
homologaciones existentes de los productos. Utilice sólo los componentes descritos y
homologados que se especifican en esta guía. El uso de otros productos o componentes
anulará la homologación UL y otras certificaciones oficiales del producto, pudiendo dejar
de ser compatible con las normativas locales de los países en los que se comercializa.
Advertencias y precauciones sobre seguridad
Para reducir la posibilidad de que se produzcan lesiones personales o daños en la
propiedad, antes de empezar a instalar el producto, lea, observe y cumpla toda la
información e instrucciones de seguridad siguientes. Puede que se utilicen los siguientes
símbolos de seguridad en la documentación y es posible que aparezcan en el producto o en
su embalaje.
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PRECAUCIÓN
Indica la existencia de un riesgo que podría causar lesiones personales o daños
en la propiedad leves si no se tiene en cuenta la PRECAUCIÓN.
ADVERTENCIA
Indica la existencia de un riesgo que podría causar lesiones personales graves
si no se tiene en cuenta la ADVERTENCIA.
Indica un riesgo potencial si no se tiene en cuenta la información indicada.
Indica riesgo de descargas eléctricas que podrían causar lesiones graves o la
muerte si no se siguen las instrucciones de seguridad.
Indica componentes o superficies calientes.
Indica que no se deben tocar las aspas de los ventiladores, ya que de lo
contrario se podrían producir lesiones.
Indica que es necesario desenchufar los cables de alimentación de CA para
desconectar la alimentación de CA
Recicle por favor la batería
Aplicaciones y usos previstos
Este producto ha sido evaluado como equipo de tecnología informática (ITE) que puede
instalarse en oficinas, escuelas, salas de equipos informáticos o lugares de ámbito
comercial similares. Es posible que sea necesario llevar a cabo una evaluación adicional
para comprobar si este producto es apropiado para otras categorías de productos y
entornos además de las aplicaciones informáticas (por ejemplo, soluciones médicas,
industriales, residenciales, sistemas de alarma y equipos de pruebas).
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Selección de la ubicación
El sistema se ha diseñado para funcionar en un entorno normal de oficinas. Seleccione una
ubicación que esté:
• Limpia, seca y libre de macropartículas en suspensión en el aire (que no sean el
polvo habitual de la habitación).
• Bien ventilada y alejada de fuentes de calor, incluida la luz solar directa y los
radiadores.
• Alejada de fuentes de vibración o de golpes físicos.
• Aislada de campos electromagnéticos producidos por dispositivos eléctricos.
• En zonas propensas a tormentas eléctricas, se recomienda que conecte el servidor a
un supresor de sobretensiones y desconecte las líneas de telecomunicaciones al
módem durante una tormenta eléctrica.
• Provista de una toma de corriente alterna correctamente conectada a tierra.
• Provista de espacio suficiente para acceder a los cables de la fuente de alimentación
ya que constituyen la desconexión principal de la alimentación.
Manipulación del equipo
Reduzca el riesgo de daños personales o en el equipo:
• Respete los requisitos de sanidad y seguridad laborales de su país cuando traslade y
levante el equipo.
• Utilice medios mecánicos u otros que sean adecuados al trasladar o levantar el
equipo.
• Para que el peso sea menor para manipularlo con más facilidad, extraiga los
componentes que sean de fácil extracción.
Advertencias de alimentación y eléctricas
Precaución: El botón de encendido, indicado con la marca del modo de reposo o stand-by, NO
DESCONECTA completamente la alimentación de CA del sistema, ya que el modo de
reposo de 5 V sigue activo mientras el sistema está enchufado. Para desconectar el
sistema debe desenchufar el cable de alimentación de CA de la toma de la pared. Puede
usar más de un cable de alimentación de CA con el sistema. Asegúrese de que todos los
cables de alimentación de CA están desenchufados. Asegúrese de que los cables de
alimentación de CA estén desenchufado antes de abrir le gabinete, agregar o extraer
cualquier componente que no es de conexión en funcionamiento.
Algunas fuentes de alimentación de electricidad de los servidores de Intel utilizan el polo
neutral del fuselaje. Para evitar riesgos de choques eléctricos use precauciones al
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trabajar con las fuentes de alimentación que utilizan el polo neutral de fuselaje.
No intente modificar ni utilizar un cable de alimentación de CA si no es del tipo exacto
requerido. Se necesita un cable de CA para cada fuente de alimentación del sistema.
La fuente de alimentación de este producto no contiene piezas que puedan ser reparadas
por el usuario. No abra la fuente de alimentación. Dentro de la fuente de alimentación
puede haber niveles de tensión, corriente y energía peligrosos. Devuélvala al fabricante
para repararla.
Al reemplazar una fuente de alimentación de conexión en funcionamiento, desenchufe el
cable de alimentación de la fuente de alimentación que va a reemplazar antes de extraerla
del servidor.
Para evitar el riesgo de descargas eléctricas, antes de abrir el servidor, apáguelo,
desconecte el cable de alimentación, los sistemas de telecomunicaciones, las redes y los
módems conectados al mismo.
Advertencias el acceso al sistema
Precaución: Para evitar lesiones personales o daños en la propiedad, se aplican las siguientes
instrucciones de seguridad siempre que se acceda al interior del producto:
• Apague todos los dispositivos periféricos conectados a este producto.
• Pulse el botón de alimentación para apagar el sistema.
• Desconecte la alimentación de CA desenchufando los cables de alimentación de CA
del sistema o de la toma de corriente alterna.
• Desconecte todos los cables y líneas de telecomunicación que estén conectados al
sistema.
• Guarde todos los tornillos o elementos de fijación cuando retire las cubiertas de
acceso. Cuando termine de operar en el interior del producto, vuelva a colocar los
tornillos o los elementos de fijación originales de la cubierta de acceso.
• No acceda al interior de la fuente de alimentación. No hay elementos en la fuente de
alimentación que usted pueda reparar y utilizar. Devuélvala al fabricante para
repararla.
• Apague el servidor y desconecte todos los cables de alimentación antes de agregar
o reemplazar cualquier componente que no es de conexión en funcionamiento.
• Al reemplazar una fuente de alimentación de conexión en funcionamiento, desenchufe
el cable de alimentación de la fuente de alimentación que va a reemplazar antes de
extraerla del servidor.
Precaución: Si el servidor se ha estado ejecutando, los procesadores y disipadores de calor estarán
recalentados. A no ser que esté instalando o extrayendo un componente de conexión en
funcionamiento, deje que el sistema se enfríe antes de abrir las cubiertas. Para que no
llegue a tocar los componentes que estén calientes cuando esté realizando una instalación
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de conexión en funcionamiento, tenga cuidado al extraer o instalar los componentes de
conexión en funcionamiento.
Precaución: Para evitar posibles daños, no toque las aspas en movimiento de los ventiladores. Si el
sistema se le ha suministrado con una protección para el ventilador, asegúrese de que
cuando esté funcionando el sistema la protección esté en su sitio.
Descarga electrostática (ESD)
Precaución: Las descargas electrostáticas pueden dañar las unidades de disco, las tarjetas y otros
componentes. Recomendamos que realice todos los procedimientos en una estación de
trabajo protegida contra descargas electrostáticas. En caso de que no haya una
disponible, protéjase de alguna forma contra las descargas llevando un brazalete
antiestático conectado a la toma de tierra de la carcasa (cualquier superficie de metal
que no esté pintada) del servidor cuando manipule las piezas.
Manipule siempre las tarjetas con el máximo cuidado. Pueden ser sumamente sensibles a
las descargas electrostáticas. Sujételas sólo por los bordes. Una vez extraída la tarjeta de
su envoltorio de protección o del servidor, colóquela con el lado de los componentes
hacia arriba sobre una superficie con toma de tierra y sin carga estática. Utilice una
almohadilla de espuma conductora si dispone de ella, pero nunca el envoltorio de la
tarjeta. No deslice la tarjeta sobre ninguna superficie.
Otros peligros
Sustitución de la batería
Precaución: Existe el peligro de explosión si la batería no se reemplaza correctamente. Al reemplazar
la batería, utilice sólo la batería recomendada por el fabricante del equipo.
Deseche las baterías respetando la normativa local.
No intente recargar la batería.
No intente desmontar, pinchar o causar cualquier otro desperfecto a una batería.
Enfriamiento y circulación de aire
Precaución: El tendido de los cables debe realizarse cuidadosamente tal y como se le indica para
reducir al mínimo los problemas de obstrucción de la ventilación y de refrigeración.
Para conseguir una refrigeración y corriente de aire adecuadas, compruebe que cuando
sistema esté funcionando, las cubiertas de la carcasa están instaladas. Si utiliza el sistema
sin las cubiertas, podría dañar sus componentes. Para instalar las cubiertas:
• Compruebe primero que no ha dejado herramientas o piezas sueltas dentro del
sistema.
• Compruebe que los cables, tarjetas adicionales y otros componentes están
instalados correctamente.
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• Sujete las cubiertas a la carcasa siguiendo las instrucciones del producto.
Periféricos o dispositivos láser
Precaución: Para evitar el riesgo de la exposición a radiaciones o de daños personales:
• No abra la caja de ningún periférico o dispositivo láser
• Los periféricos o dispositivos láser no pueden ser reparados por el usuario
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简体中文
服务器安全信息
本文档适用于 Intel® 服务器主板、Intel®
服务器机箱(基座和机架固定件)和已安装的外设。为减少人身伤害、电击、火灾以及设备毁
®
坏的危险,请在安装或维护 Intel
服务器产品之前阅读本文档并遵循本指南中的所有警告和预防措施。
如果本文档中的信息与特定产品的随附信息或 Web
站点信息之间存在不一致,请以产品文档为准。
服务器须由合格的技术人员进行集成和维护。
必须遵守本指南的规定和服务器手册的装配指导,以确保符合现有的产品认证和审批。仅使用
本指南中描述和规定的指定组件。使用其他产品 / 组件将使产品的 UL
认证和其他管理审批无效,并可能导致产品不符合销售地的产品法规。
安全警告与注意事项
为避免人身伤害与财产损失,安装本产品之前,请阅读以下所有安全指导和信息。下面所列的
安全符号可能在整个文档中使用并可能标注于产品和 / 或产品包装之上。
注意
表示如果无视此“? ? ? 项”? ? ? ? ? ? ? 轻微人身伤害或财产损失的危险。
警告
表示如果无视此“? ? ”? ? ? ? ? ? ? 严重人身伤害的危险。
表示如果无视所示信息,即存在潜在的危险。
表示如果不遵守安全指导,存在可导致严重伤害或死亡的电击危险。
表示灼热组件或表面。
表示请勿触摸风机叶片,否则可能致伤。
表示拔下所有交流电线,断开交流电源
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预期应用使用
根据评估,本产品为信息技术设备
(ITE),可安装在办公室、学校、计算机房和类似的商业场所。本产品对于非 ITE
应用的其他产品种类和环境(如医疗、工业、住宅、报警系统和测试设备)的适用性尚有待进
一步的评估。
场地选择
本系统专为在典型办公环境运行而设计。请选择符合以下条件的地点:
清洁、干燥,无气载微粒(而非一般的室内尘埃)。
通风良好,远离热源(包括直接日晒和散热器)。
远离振动源或物理震动。
与电气设备产生的强大电磁场隔离。
在易受闪电袭击的地区,我们建议将系统插入电涌抑制器并在闪电期间断开通信线路与调
制解调器之间的连接。
提供正确接地的墙壁插座。
提供足够的空间,以便拿取电源供应线,因为这是本产品的主要电源断开器。
设备操作规范
减少人身伤害或设备受损的危险:
移举设备时遵守当地的职业健康与安全要求。
借助机械手段或其他合适的手段移举设备。
拆除一切易分离组件,以降低重量并方便操作。
电源与电气警告
注意事项
电源按钮(如待机电源标记所示)并不能完全关闭系统的交流电源,只要系统已接通电源,就
存在 5V
待机电源。要从系统切断电源,须从墙壁电源插座中拔下交流电线。您的系统可能不止使用一
根交流电线。请确保所有的交流电线都已拔下。打开机箱或增加或去除任何热插拔组件之前,
确保交流电线已拔下。
若非所需的确切类型,请勿尝试修改或使用交流电线。系统的每个电源供应设备都需要一根单
独的交流电线。
本产品的电源供应设备包含非用户维修部件。请勿打开电源供应设备。电源供应设备包含非常
危险的电压级、电流级和能量级。请与生产商联系维修事宜。
替换热插拔电源供应设备时,请先拔下需替换的电源供应设备上的电源线,再将其从服务器上
移除。
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为避免电击,请在打开服务器之前,关闭服务器并断开服务器上连接的电源线、电信系统、网
络和调制解调器。
电源线警告
如果产品未提供交流电线,请购买一根您所在国家批准使用的交流电线。
注意事项
为避免电击或火灾危险,请按如下所述对产品所用的电源线进行检查:
若非所需的符合接地插座的确切类型,请勿尝试修改或使用交流电线
电源线须符合以下标准:
电源线的电气额定值须大于产品上标注的电流额定值。
电源线须拥有适合插座的安全接地插头或触点。
电源线为交流电源的主要断开设备。插座须靠近设备并可随时断开。
电源线须插入所提供的拥有合适接地的插座。
系统使用警告
注意事项
为避免人身伤害或财产损失,无论何时检查产品内部,以下安全指导都适用:
关闭所有与本产品相连的外设。
按下电源按钮至关闭状态,关闭系统。
从系统或墙壁插座上拔下所有交流电线,断开交流电源。
断开与系统相连的所有线缆和通信线路。
卸除舱口盖时,保留所有螺钉及其他紧固件。完成产品内部检查之后,请用螺钉或紧
固件重新固定舱口盖。
请勿打开电源供应设备。电源供应设备内没有可维修部件。请与生产商联系维修事宜.
增加或替换任何非热插拔组件之前,请关闭服务器电源并断开所有电源线。
替换热插拔电源供应设备时,请先拔下需替换的电源供应设备上的电源线,然后再从
服务器上移除电源供应设备。
注意事项
如果服务器一直在运行,任何已安装的处理器和吸热设备都可能很热。除非要增加或移除热插
拔组件,否则请待系统冷却后再开盖。为避免在热插拔组件安装过程中接触灼热组件,移除或
安装热插拔组件时务须小心。
注意事项
为避免受伤,请勿触摸运转的风机叶片。如果系统的风机上配有防护装置,请勿卸下风机防护
装置运行系统。
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机架固定件警告
设备的机架须固定在稳固的支座上,以防从中安装服务器或设备时倒塌。须按照机架生产商提
供的安装说明进行安装。
从下往上将设备安装在机架上,最重的设备安装在机架的最底层。
一次只从机架上安装一件设备。
您须负责安装整个机架装置的主要电源断开设备。此主要断开设备须随时可用,且须标明为控
制整个装置(而不仅限于服务器)的电源。
为避免潜在的电击危险,须对机架及其上所安装的每一件设备实行正确的安全接地。
静电放电 (ESD)
注意事项
ESD 会损坏磁盘驱动器、主板及其他部件。我们建议您执行 ESD
工作站的所有步骤。如果没有 ESD
工作站,则采取一些静电放电保护措施,操作部件时,戴上与服务器上的机箱接地或任何未喷
漆金属表面连接的防静电腕带。
操作主板时始终保持小心。它们可能对 ESD
非常敏感。拿持主板时只接触边缘。从保护包装中或从服务器上取出主板后,请将主板组件侧
面朝上放置在无静电的接地表面上。请使用导电泡沫垫(若有),不要使用主板包装。请勿将
主板在任何表面上滑动。
其他危险
替换电池
注意事项
不正确替换电池可能导致爆炸危险。替换电池时,请只使用设备生产商推荐使用的电池。
请按当地法规处置电池。
请勿对电池充电。
请勿拆卸、刺穿或以其他方式损坏电池。
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注意事项
按照说明小心布置线缆,尽量减少气流阻塞和冷却问题。
为保证适当的冷却和气流,运行系统时请确保机箱盖已安装。未安装机箱盖即运行系统可能导
致系统部件受损。安装机箱盖的步骤如下:
1. 首先检查并确保系统内没有遗留的未固定工具或部件。
2. 检查线缆、内插板和其他组件已正确安装。
3. 按产品说明安装机箱盖。
激光外设或激光设备
注意事项
为避免幅射暴露和 / 或人身伤害:
请勿打开任何激光外设或激光设备的外壳
激光外设或激光设备为非用户维修设备
请与生产商联系维修事宜
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Appendix E: Regulatory and
Compliance Information
Product Regulatory Compliance
Warning: To ensure regulatory compliance, you must adhere to the assembly instructions in this
guide to ensure and maintain compliance with existing product certifications and
approvals. Use only the described, regulated components specified in this guide. Use of
other products/components will void the UL listing and other regulatory approvals of the
product and will most likely result in noncompliance with product regulations in the
region(s) in which the product is sold.
To help ensure EMC compliance with your local regional rules and regulations, before
computer integration, make sure that the server system, power supply, and other modules
have passed EMC testing using a server board with a microprocessor from the same
family (or higher) and operating at the same (or higher) speed as the microprocessor used
on this server board. The final configuration of your end system product may require
additional EMC compliance testing. For more information, please contact your local Intel
representative.
This is an FCC Class A device. Integration of it into a Class B system does not result in a
Class B device.
Product Safety Compliance
This server system product, when correctly integrated per this guide, complies with the
following safety and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) regulations.
Intended Application
This product is to be evaluated and certified as Information Technology Equipment (ITE),
which may be installed in offices, schools, computer rooms, and similar commercial type
locations. The suitability of this product for other product certification categories and/or
environments (such as: medical, industrial, telecommunications, NEBS, residential, alarm
systems, test equipment, etc.), other than an ITE application, will require further
evaluation and may require additional regulatory approvals.
Note: The use and/or integration of telecommunication devices such as modems and/or wireless
devices have not been planned for with respect to these systems. If there is any change of
plan to use such devices, then telecommunication type certifications will require
additional planning. If NEBS compliance is required for system level products, additional
certification planning and design will be required.
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Product Safety Compliance
The server system complies with the following product safety requirements:
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IRAM Certification (Argentina)
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GOST R 50377-92 Certification (Russia)
CSA 60950-1 Certification (Canada)
CE Declaration to EU Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC (Europe – EN60950-1)
GS Certification (Germany – EN60950-1)
IEC60950-1 (International) CB Certificate & Report, (report to include all CB
country national deviations)
Ukraine Certification (Ukraine)
BSMI RPC Certification (Taiwan)
UL 60950-1 Listing (USA)
Product EMC Compliance - Class A Compliance
This server system has been tested and verified to comply with the following
electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) regulations when installed in a compatible Intel®
host system. For information on compatible host system(s) refer to Intel's Server Builder
Web site or contact your local Intel representative.
Note: This product requires complying with Class A EMC requirements. However Intel® targets
a 10db margin to enable support customer.
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AS/NZS CISPR 22 Emissions (Australia / New Zealand)
ICES-003 – (Canada)
EN55022 - Emissions (Europe)
EN55024 - Immunity (Europe)
• EN61000-3-2 - Harmonics (Europe)
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EN61000-3-3 - Voltage Flicker (Europe)
CE – EMC Directive 2004/108/EC (Europe)
CISPR 22 – Emissions (International)
VCCI Emissions (Japan)
KCC MIC Notice No. 1997-41 (EMC) & 1997-42 (EMI) (Korea)
GOST R 29216-91 Emissions (Russia)
GOST R 50628-95 Immunity (Russia)
BSMI CNS13438 Emissions (Taiwan)
Ukraine Certification (Ukraine)
FCC – Part 15 Emissions (USA) Verification
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Product Ecology Requirements
Intel has a system in place to restrict the use of banned substances in accordance with
world wide product ecology regulatory requirements. Suppliers Declarations of
Conformity to the banned substances must be obtained from all suppliers; and a Material
Declaration Data Sheet (MDDS) must be produced to illustrate compliance. Due
verification of random materials is required as a screening / audit to verify suppliers
declarations.
• All materials, parts and subassemblies must not contain restricted materials as
defined in Intel’s Environmental Product Content Specification of Suppliers and
Outsourced Manufacturers – http://supplier.intel.com/ehs/environmental.htm
• Europe - European Directive 2002/95/EC
— Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS)
— Threshold limits and banned substances are noted below.
✧ Quantity limit of 0.1% by mass (1000 PPM) for:
Lead, Mercury, Hexavalent Chromium, Polybrominated Biphenyls Diphenyl
Ethers (PBB/PBDE)
✧ Quantity limit of 0.01% by mass (100 PPM) for Cadmium
• China RoHS (MII Measure 39)
Product marked with the Environmental Friendly Usage Period (EFUP) label of
20yrs, substance table in Simplified Chinese either placed with the product
documentation or separate insert.
• All plastic parts that weigh >25gm shall be marked with the ISO11469 requirements
for recycling. Example >PC/ABS<
• EU Packaging Directive (94/62/EC)
• CA. Lithium Perchlorate insert
— Perchlorate Material: Special handling may apply.
See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate
— This notice is required by California Code of Regulations, Title 22, Division 4.5,
Chapter 33: Best Management Practices for Perchlorate Materials. This product/
part includes a battery which contains Perchlorate material.
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Component Regulatory Requirements Needed to Support
System Level Certifications
Various components and materials require component level certifications to support
system level certifications. Not having component level certifications will impact the
system level certification cost wise and may prevent shipment of the component as a spare
or accessory into a certain country. Certification of components shall be at the most
current certifications standard.
• Power Supplies - Minimum Certifications:
— UL, cUL Recognition (Canada / USA)
— CE DOC (Europe)
— CB Certificate & Report (International)
Note: CB to include all CB national deviations) Certification marks to be visible on
power supply. Power supply to comply with the Intel power supply
specification.
• Peripheral Devices (e.g. Disk Drives, CD ROMs)
— Minimum Certifications:
✧ UL, cUL Recognition (Canada / USA)
✧ CE DOC (Europe)
✧ One European Approval (e.g. TUV or VDE and SEMKO or NEMKO or
DEMKO
✧ Certification marks to be visible on peripheral
• Fans – Minimum Certifications:
— UL and TUV or VDE
— Certification marks to be visible on fan
• Current Limiting Devices Used for Safety (for example, fuse, PTC) Minimum
Certifications:
— UL and TUV or VDE
• Lithium Batteries
— UL recognized and battery circuits are to have suitable reverse bias current
protection for the application it is used in Certification marks to be visible on
battery.
• Printed Wiring Boards
— Require to be UL Recognized board from a UL approved bare board fabricator /
manufacturer.
— Rated minimum V-0 and 130C.
— Fabricators name and/or trade mark; UL symbol and flame rating shall all be
marked on board.
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• Connectors
— Require being UL Recognized.
— Rated minimum V-0 and temperature wise suitably rated for its application.
• Cables / Wiring Harnesses (for example, Ribbon cables)
— Require being UL Recognized and temperature wise suitably rated for its
application.
—
Certification marks to be visible on harness.
• Plastics
— Require being UL Recognized and suitable flammability requirement for its
application. For example:
— Fire Enclosure >18Kg requires min 5V
— Fire Enclosure <18Kg requires min V-1
— All plastic parts require to be marked with
✧ Plastic Fabricators name and/or UL Fabricator ID
✧ Material Name (e.g. GE, C2800)
✧
Date Code
• Labels Use for Product Safety
—
Require being purchased from UL approved label vendor; and suitable for the
surface it is being applied to.
— Alternatively, labels may be printed from a UL approved label printing system
and suitable for the surface it is being applied to.
Certifications / Registrations / Declarations
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UL Certification (US/Canada)
CB Certification (International)
CE Declaration of Conformity (CENELEC Europe)
FCC/ICES-003 Class A Attestation (USA/Canada)
VCCI Certification (Japan)
C-Tick Declaration of Conformity (Australia)
MED Declaration of Conformity (New Zealand)
BSMI Certification (Taiwan)
GOST R Certification / License (Russia)
RRL Certification (Korea)
IRAM Certification (Argentina)
Ecology Declaration (International)
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Product Regulatory Compliance Markings
This Intel® server system product is provided with the following regulatory marks
Table 12. .Product Regulatory Compliance Markings
Regulatory Compliance
Regionhgfhgf
IRAM Mark
Argentina
Ctick Mark
Australia / NZ
Marking
N232
EMC Marking
Canada
CE Mark
Europe
CANADA ICES-003 CLASS A
GS Mark
Germany
VCCI Mark
Japan
KCC Mark
Korea
인증번호 : CPU-SR1630 (A)
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GOST Mark
Regionhgfhgf
Marking
Russia
ME06
BSMI Mark
Taiwan
R33025
UL Mark
USA / Canada
FCC Mark
USA
(FCC Mark)
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. Operation of this device is
subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) This device must
accept interference receive, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Country of
Origin Mark
Country of
Origin Mark
Made in China
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Regulatory Compliance
Regionhgfhgf
Marking
Nordic Ground
Marking
Nordic Ground
Marking
Line1 :
“WARNING:”
Swedish on line2:
“Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat uttag, när den
ansluts till ett nätverk.”
Finnish on line 3:
“Laite on liitettävä suojamaadoituskoskettimilla
varustettuun pistorasiaan.”
English on line 4:
“Connect only to a properly earth grounded outlet.”
Multiple Power Cord
Multiple Power Cord
English:
This unit has more than one power supply cord. To
reduce the risk of electrical shock, disconnect (2) two
power supply cords before servicing.
Simplified Chinese:
注意:
本设备包括多条电源系统电缆。为避免遭受电击,在进行维
修之前应断开两 (2)条电源系统电缆。
Traditional Chinese:
注意:
本設備包括多條電源系統電纜。為避免遭受電擊,在進行維
修之前應斷開兩 (2)條電源系統電纜。
German:
Dieses Geräte hat mehr als ein Stromkabel. Um eine
Gefahr des elektrischen Schlages zu verringern
trennen sie beide (2) Stromkabeln bevor
Instandhaltung.
WEEE
Marking
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Regulatory Compliance
Regionhgfhgf
China RoHS
China RoHS
China Recycling Package
Marks
China Recycling
Package Marks
Marking
Will be added on Package label.
Other Recycling Package
Marks
Will be added on Package label.
Lithium Perchlorate insert
CA
Perchlorate Material – Special handling may apply.
See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate
This notice is required by California Code of
Regulations, Title 22, Division 4.5, Chapter 33: Best
Management Practices for Perchlorate Materials.
This product / part includes a battery which contains
Perchlorate material.
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Regulatory Compliance
Regionhgfhgf
Marking
Standard icon for Power
button
Should be attached on power button
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Electromagnetic Compatibility Notices
FCC Verification Statement (USA)
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device
must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
For questions related to the EMC performance of this product, contact:
Intel Corporation
5200 N.E. Elam Young Parkway
Hillsboro, OR 97124-6497
1-800-628-8686
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
• Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit other than the one to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the grantee of this device could
void the user's authority to operate the equipment. The customer is responsible for
ensuring compliance of the modified product.
Only peripherals (computer input/output devices, terminals, printers, etc.) that comply
with FCC Class A or B limits may be attached to this computer product. Operation with
noncompliant peripherals is likely to result in interference to radio and TV reception.
All cables used to connect to peripherals must be shielded and grounded. Operation with
cables, connected to peripherals, that are not shielded and grounded may result in
interference to radio and TV reception.
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Industry Canada (ICES-003)
Cet appareil numérique respecte les limites bruits radioélectriques applicables aux
appareils numériques de Classe A prescrites dans la norme sur le matériel brouilleur:
"Apparelis Numériques", NMB-003 édictee par le Ministre Canadian des
Communications.
English translation of the notice above:
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from
digital apparatus set out in the interference-causing equipment standard entitled: "Digital
Apparatus," ICES-003 of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Europe (CE Declaration of Conformity)
This product has been tested in accordance to, and complies with the Low Voltage
Directive (73/23/EEC) and EMC Directive (89/336/EEC). The product has been marked
with the CE Mark to illustrate its compliance.
VCCI (Japan)
English translation of the preceding notice:
This is a Class A product based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council for
Interference (VCCI) from Information Technology Equipment. If this is used near a radio
or television receiver in a domestic environment, it may cause radio interference. Install
and use the equipment according to the instruction manual.
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BSMI (Taiwan)
The BSMI Certification Marking and EMC warning is located on the outside rear area of
the product.
Korean Compliance (RRL)
Following is the RRL certification information for Korea.
English translation of the notice above:
1. Type of Equipment (Model Name): On License and Product
2. Certification No.: On RRL certificate. Obtain certificate from local Intel
representative
3. Name of Certification Recipient: Intel Corporation
4. Date of Manufacturer: Refer to date code on product
5. Manufacturer/Nation: Intel Corporation/Refer to country of origin marked on
product
End-of-Life / Product Recycling
Product recycling and end-of-life take-back systems and requirements vary by country.
Contact the retailer or distributor of this product for information about product recycling
and / or take-back.
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Appendix F: Warranty
Limited Warranty for Intel® Chassis
Subassembly Products
Intel warrants that the Products (defined herein as the Intel® chassis subassembly and all
of its various components and software delivered with or as part of the Products) to be
delivered hereunder, if properly used and installed, will be free from defects in material
and workmanship and will substantially conform to Intel's publicly available
specifications for a period of three (3) years after the date the Product was purchased from
an Intel authorized distributor. Software of any kind delivered with or as part of products
is expressly provided "as is" unless specifically provided for otherwise in any software
license accompanying the software.
If any Product furnished by Intel which is the subject of this Limited Warranty fails during
the warranty period for reasons covered by this Limited Warranty, Intel, at its option, will:
• REPAIR the Product by means of hardware and/or software; OR
• REPLACE the Product with another Product; OR
• REFUND the then-current value of the Product if Intel is unable to repair or replace
the Product.
If such Product is defective, transportation charges for the return of Product to buyer
within the USA will be paid by Intel. For all other locations, the warranty excludes all
costs of shipping, customs clearance, and other related charges. Intel will have a
reasonable time to make repairs or to replace Product or to refund the then-current value
of the Product.
In no event will Intel be liable for any other costs associated with the replacement or
repair of Product, including labor, installation or other costs incurred by buyer and in
particular, any costs relating to the removal or replacement of any product soldered or
otherwise permanently affixed to any printed circuit board.
This Limited Warranty, and any implied warranties that may exist under state law, apply
only to the original purchaser of the Product.
Extent of Limited Warranty
Intel does not warrant that Products to be delivered hereunder, whether delivered standalone or integrated with other Products, including without limitation semiconductor
components, will be free from design defects or errors known as "errata." Current
characterized errata are available upon request.
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This Limited Warranty does not cover damages due to external causes, including accident,
problems with electrical power, usage not in accordance with product instructions,
misuse, neglect, alteration, repair, improper installation, or improper testing.
Warranty Limitations and Exclusions
These warranties replace all other warranties, expressed or implied including, but not
limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.
Intel makes no expressed warranties beyond those stated here. Intel disclaims all other
warranties, expressed or implied including, without limitation, implied warranties of
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Some jurisdictions do not allow the
exclusion of implied warranties, so this limitation may not apply.
All expressed and implied warranties are limited in duration to the limited warranty
period. No warranties apply after that period. Some jurisdictions do not allow limitations
on how long an implied warranty lasts, so this limitation may not apply to you.
Limitations of Liability
Intel's responsibility under this, or any other warranty, implied or expressed, is limited to
repair, replacement, or refund, as set forth above. These remedies are the sole and
exclusive remedies for any breach of warranty. Intel is not responsible for direct, special,
incidental, or consequential damages resulting from any breach of warranty under another
legal theory including, but not limited to, lost profits, downtime, goodwill, damage to or
replacement of equipment and property, and any costs of recovering, reprogramming, or
reproducing any program or data stored in or used with a system containing this product.
Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
This limited warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights
that vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.
Any and all disputes arising under or related to this Limited Warranty shall be adjudicated
in the following forums and governed by the following laws: for the United States of
America, Canada, North America, and South America, the forum shall be Santa Clara,
California, USA, and the applicable law shall be that of the State of California, USA; for
the Asia Pacific region, the forum shall be Singapore and the applicable law shall be that
of Singapore; for Europe and the rest of the world, the forum shall be London and the
applicable law shall be that of the United Kingdom.
In the event of any conflict between the English language version and any other translated
version(s) of this Limited Warranty, the English language version shall control.
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How to Obtain Warranty Service
To obtain warranty service for this Product, you may contact Intel or your authorized
distributor.
• North America and Latin America To obtain warranty repair for the product, please
go to the following Web site to obtain instructions: http://support.intel.com/support/
motherboards/draform.htm
• In Europe and in Asia Contact your original authorized distributor for warranty
service.
Any replacement Product is warranted under this written warranty and is subject to the
same limitations and exclusions for the remainder of the original warranty period.
Telephone Support
If you cannot find the information you need on Intel's World Wide Web site (http://
www.intel.com/), call your local distributor or an Intel Customer Support representative.
See “Getting Help” for telephone numbers.
Returning a Defective Product
Before returning any product, call your authorized dealer/distribution authority.
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Appendix G: Getting Help
World Wide Web
http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/S3420GP
Telephone
All calls are billed per incident, levied in local currency at the applicable credit card
exchange rate plus applicable taxes. (Intel reserves the right to change the pricing for
telephone support at any time without notice).
Before calling, fill out an Intel® Server Issue Report Form. You can find a sample form at:
http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/S3420GP. For the fastest service,
please submit your form via the Internet.
For an updated support contact list, see http://www.intel.com/support/9089.htm/
U.S. and Canada
916-377-7000
Europe
Belgium ..... 02 714 3182
Denmark ... 38 487077
Finland ...... 9 693 79297
France........ 01 41 918529
Germany ... 069 9509 6099
Holland ...... 020 487 4562
Italy............ 02 696 33276
Norway ...... 23 1620 50
Spain .......... 91 377 8166
Sweden....... 08 445 1251
UK.............. 870 6072439
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In Asia-Pacific region
Australia.... 1800 649931
Cambodia.. 63 2 636 9797 (via Philippines)
China ......... 800 820 1100 (toll-free)
.................... 8 621 33104691 (not toll-free)
Hong Kong 852 2 844 4456
India........... 0006517 2 68303634 (manual toll-free. You need an IDD-equipped
telephone)
Indonesia ... 803 65 7249
Korea ......... 822 767 2595
Malaysia .... 1 800 80 1390
Myanmar... 63 2 636 9796 (via Philippines)
New Zealand 0800 444 365
Pakistan..... 632 63684 15 (IDD via Philippines)
Philippines 1 800 1 651 0117
Singapore .. 65 6213-1311
Taiwan ....... 2 2545-1640
Thailand .... 1 800 631 0003
Vietnam ..... 632 6368416 (IDD via Philippines)
Japan
Domestic.... 0120 868686
Outside country ... 81 298 47 0800
Latin America
Argentina .. Contact AT&T USA at 0-800 222 1288. Once connected, dial 800 843 4481
Brazil ......... 001-916 377 0180
Chile
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Easter Island.. ............ Contact AT&T USA at 800 800 311. Once
connected, dial 800 843 4481
Mainland and Juan .. Contact AT&T USA at 800 225 288. Once
connected, dial 800 843 4481
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Colombia ... Contact AT&T USA at 01 800 911 0010. Once connected, dial 800 843 4481
Costa Rica . Contact AT&T USA at 0 800 0 114 114. Once connected, dial 800 843 4481
Ecuador
(Andimate) .... Contact AT&T USA at 1 999 119. Once connected,
dial 800 843 4481
(Pacifictel) ..... Contact AT&T USA at 1 800 225 528. Once connected, dial
800 843 4481
Guatemala. Contact AT&T USA at 99 99 190. Once connected, dial 800 843 4481
Mexico ....... Contact AT&T USA at 001 800 462 628 4240. Once connected, dial 800 843
4481
Miami ........ 1 800 621 8423
Panama...... Contact AT&T USA at 00 800 001 0109. Once connected, dial 800 843 4481
Paraguay ... 001 916 377 0114
Peru ........... 001 916 377 0114
Uruguay..... 001 916 377 0114
Venezuela... Contact AT&T USA at 0 800 2255 288. Once connected, dial 800 843 4481
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