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We have a proliant ml350 g4 it has front panel lights and one of them is lit and from what we can find it means there is a system hardware degraded but we cant seem to find out what?

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We have a proliant ml350 g4 it has front panel lights and one of them is lit and from what we can find it means there is a system hardware degraded but we cant seem to find out what? we have nothing showing other than tcrib.dll failed to get valid controller in the hp sys manager? anyone see this before?
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it turns out the fan lost communication with the motherboard and this marks it into a degraded state. found this on the hp site, it had a listing of what the motherboard lights meant I had to open the case and reboot wait for the lights to go on again then read them fro the hp site to tell me the fan lost communication what a pain.
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sorry but found this through the hp site buried deep in the forums
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