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I have a Dell Poweredge 4600 with raid configured.  One of the drives failed and has been replaced.  How do I reset the amber error message on the front LED display? The server is running windows server 2003 and is a DC if that matters.

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by:Seth Simmons
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what is the error message or code?  if this was part of a raid set and the drive rebuilt successfully the error should clear and go blue
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Well the drive did rebuild but the error didn't go away.
The message is E0D76 Drive Failure
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I've been to that site or one just like it and did not fine the information I'm looking for.
Thanks anyway.
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It will reset upon reboot, or you can clear the Hardware Logs.  You can clear the logs from within Windows using OMSA (OpenManage Server Administrator):

http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/us/en/04/DriverDetails/Product/poweredge-xeon4600?driverId=R183698&osCode=WNET&fileId=2731119587&languageCode=en&categoryId=SM

Download and run to extract, then run C:\Openmanage\windows\setup.exe.  Go to System, then Logs tab to clear the logs.
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by:twilson52
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Thanks for this information.  It was exactly what I was looking for.
The OMSA allowed me to clear the log and the error messages.
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