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Simulate HP hardware failure

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I'm trying to test HP-CMI by simulating a hardware failure on a HP machine.  Their HP-CMI will create an WMI event when a failure is detected.  I need a way to simulate the failure to be able to see the events being generated.
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Lee W, MVP earned 500 total points
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Pull a cable... that's generally the best way to simulate a failure.  (preferably with the power off - unless its a system you don't care about).
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