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iDrac prevents server from restarting correctly

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I have a Dell PowerEdge R610 server that is getting an error when it restarts. It says the iDrac is over voltage press F1 to continue or F2 to go into setup. I messed with the power settings on the server and it hasn't made a difference.

Im unable to connect to the iDRAC via ping or web gui.

Should I try reseating the iDRAC component?
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Question by:Allanore
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by:Philip Elder
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Reseat the component and verify any cables plugged in.

Make sure you reset the power settings back to default (could do that with the BIOS too).

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if reseating/resetting doesn't work you need to call dell under warranty as this could have implications or be a fault that needs fixing before your server goes pop.
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