I have a Xeon 2.80GHz Socket 604 mPGA, the fan is making noise and hangs up so I’d like to replace it before it goes out. It runs on a H.P. Proliant ML330 server.
I ended up purchasing a fan from a third party since HP does not carry any longer.
Now that I have the new fan installed and is running the serve beeps and gives me a message that it's going to "system shutdown" and was initiated by "NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM" "HP Proliant system shutdown service system is too hot or has lost cooling"
I went into HP System Management and under cooling and Temperature I see
FAN CPU has a failed status. Also when booting up it sometimes stops and gives me a message: G11 FAN 1 Failure detected fan zone CPU. I assume the BIOS does know the fan is working ok so I tried disconnecting power and holding down the power button to try and reset BIOS but this did not work. I tried a F9, F10 and F12 none give me any clues on fan. Any suggestions?