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DL380 G4 can not boot after shutdown with out removing Motherboard Battery

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Hi, i have a problem with DL380 G4, after i shutdown the server it will not boot untill i unplug the power cables and remove a motherboard battery for 5-10 min. After that it will boot with no problems. If i try to boot without procedure listed above server will start all the system lights will be green and lights on the HDD will have a solid green (green arrows), there will be no BIOS sequence on the screen and it will sit like that for ever.
I change the battery and it did not help.
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by:nobus
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did you check the battery? it may just be low - it should read 3 V
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I replace the battery and it did not help.
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try the default settings in the bios then
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they already are defaults, it just do not want to get even in to the BIOS.
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Possibly a bad power supply - swap it out and see what happens.  This one may be on the verge of failing completely.
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I will Thanks,
i will let you know as soon as i make a test.
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