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Intrusion Detected I1910 on Dell Server

Posted on 2011-02-28
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I have a Dell 2970 server, opening the cover for it to upgrade some RAM, upon turning it on afterwords it displays Intrusion Detected I1910, all the fans kick up at high speed and do not slow down even after it loads. I cannot find a setting in the BIOS to clear the Chassis Intrusion, it is just not there. I have even out the old RAM back, same issue. Does anyone know how to stop it from displaying that on the front LED and even more important how to make the fans slow back down RPM to what they are supposed to be.
Thanks!

Mike.
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by:HiroshiSenga
ID: 34998669
You must find out the setting in the BIOS.
I often reset the alerm.
NO DOUBT!
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by:mprakhye
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There's no setting in the BIOS. I have managed to reset the front orange blinking light by using DSET tools, but the fans are still at very high speeds and the server administrator tells me that the chassis is open.
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The pin that is supposed to be pushed down when the cover is closed has broken. That was the issue all along.
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by:mprakhye
ID: 35170924
I inserted a small piece of plastic so that the broken pin would stay down.
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