ASUS AP140R Server User Manual PDF

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Summary of Content for ASUS AP140R Server User Manual PDF

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Contents Disclaimer/Copyrights ... 2 ASUS Contact Information ... 6 FCC/CDC Statements ... 7 Safety Precautions ... 8

Introduction

About This Manual ... 9 Audience ... 10 Contents ... 10 Conventions ... 11 References ... 11 System Package Contents ... 12

Chapter 1

System Overview ... 13 1... 1 System Features ... 14 1... 2 Front Panel Features ... 15 1... 3 Rear Panel Features ... 15 1... 4 Internal Features ... 16

Chapter 2

Hardware Setup ... 17 2... 1 Opening the Chassis ... 18

Unlock the Cover ... 18 Slide the Cover ... 18

2... 2 Motherboard Placement ... 19 Placement Direction ... 19 Motherboard Screws ... 19

2... 3 Installing the 1U Heatsink ... 20 Install the Heatsink ... 20 Connect the Fan Cable ... 20 CPU Heatsink ... 20

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Contents 2... 4 Hard Drive Connector Boards ... 21 2... 5 Installing a Hard Disk Drive ... 22

Install the HDD ... 22 Drive Trays ... 22 Mount the Hard Drive ... 22

2... 5 Installing a Hard Disk Drive ... 23 IDE HDD and Power Cable Configurations ... 23 Motherboard IDE Connectors ... 23

2... 6 Installing an Expansion Card ... 25 PCI Riser Card ... 25 Remove the Riser Card, Holder, and Bracket ... 25

2... 6 Installing an Expansion Card ... 26 Install the PCI Card ... 26 Secure the PCI Card ... 26

Chapter 3

Hardware Options ... 27 3... 1 Remove/Install a CD-ROM Drive ... 28

CD-ROM Drive Location ... 28 CD-ROM Adapter Board ... 28

3... 1 Remove/Install a CD-ROM Drive ... 29 Removing the CD-ROM Drive ... 29

3... 1 Remove/Install a CD-ROM Drive ... 30 Mounting the CD-ROM Drive ... 30 Installing the CD-ROM Drive ... 30

3... 2 Floppy Drive ... 31 Mounting the Floppy Drive ... 31 Removing the Floppy Drive ... 31

3... 2 Floppy Drive ... 32 Installing the Floppy Drive ... 32

3... 3 Cooling System ... 33 CPU Blower ... 33

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Contents 3... 3 Cooling System ... 34

Chassis Fans ... 34

3... 4 Cable Connections ... 35

Appendix A

Power Supply ... 37 A... 1 General Description ... 38 A... 2 Specifications ... 39

Output Voltage Regulation ... 39 Output Current Capacity ... 39 Over-Voltage Protection (OVP) ... 39

Appendix B

Troubleshooting ... 41 B... 1 Simple Fixes ... 42

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ASUS Contact Information ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC... (Asia-Pacific) Address: 150 Li-Te Road, Peitou, Taipei, Taiwan 112 General Tel: +886-2-2894-3447 General Fax: +886-2-2894-3449 General Email: [email protected] com... tw

Technical Support MB/Others (Tel): +886-2-2890-7121 (English) Notebook (Tel): +886-2-2890-7122 (English) Desktop/Server (Tel): +886-2-2890-7123 (English) Support Fax: +886-2-2890-7698 Support Email: [email protected] com... tw Web Site: www... asus... com... tw Newsgroup: cscnews... asus... com... tw

ASUS COMPUTER INTERNATIONAL (America) Address: 6737 Mowry Avenue, Mowry Business Center,

Building 2, Newark, CA 94560, USA General Fax: +1-510-608-4555 General Email: [email protected] com

Technical Support Support Fax: +1-510-608-4555 Notebook (Tel): 1-877-918-ASUS (2787) Web Site: www... asus... com Support Email: [email protected] com

ASUS COMPUTER GmbH (Europe) Address: Harkortstr... 25, 40880 Ratingen, BRD, Germany General Fax: +49-2102-442066 General Email: [email protected] de (for marketing requests only)

Technical Support Support Hotline: MB/Others: +49-2102-9599-0 Notebook (Tel): +49-2102-9599-10 Support Fax: +49-2102-9599-11 Support (Email): www... asuscom... de/de/support (for online support) Web Site: www... asuscom... de

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FCC/CDC Statements Federal Communications Commission Statement This device complies with FCC Rules Part 15... Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

This device may not cause harmful interference, and This device must accept any interference received including

interference that may cause undesired operation...

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules... These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation... This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with manufacturers instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications... However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation... If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna... Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver... Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to

which the receiver is connected... Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help...

WARNING! The use of shielded cables for connection of the monitor to the graphics card is required to assure compliance with FCC regulations... Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users authority to operate this equipment...

Canadian Department of Communications Statement This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications...

This class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003...

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Safety Precautions Electrical Safety

Operation Safety

This product is equipped with a three-wire power cable and plug for the users safety... Use the power cable with a properly grounded electrical outlet to avoid electrical shock...

CAUTION

IMPORTANT Before installing or removing signal cables, ensure that the

power cables for the system unit and all attached devices are unplugged...

To prevent electrical shock hazard, disconnect the power cable from the electrical outlet before relocating the system...

When adding or removing any additional devices to or from the system, ensure that the power cables for the devices are unplugged before the signal cables are connected... If possible, disconnect all power cables from the existing system before you add a device...

If the power supply is broken, do not try to fix it by yourself... Contact an authorized dealer...

Any mechanical operation on this server must be conducted by certified or experienced engineers...

Before operating the server, carefully read all the manuals included with the server package...

Before using the server, make sure all cables are correctly connected and the power cables are not damaged... If any damage is detected, contact your dealer as soon as possible...

To avoid short circuits, keep paper clips, screws, and staples away from connectors, slots, sockets and circuitry...

Avoid dust, humidity, and temperature extremes... Place the server on a stable surface...

IMPORTANT

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contents of this document... This part includes the target audience, chapter description, and conventions used... It also lists other sources of information that are not contained in this manual...

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Audience

Contents This manual contains the following parts:

Introduction: About This Manual This part introduces the contents of this document... It includes the target audience, chapter description, and conventions used... It also lists other sources of information that are not contained in this manual...

Chapter 1: System Overview This chapter describes the general features of the server... It includes sections on front panel and rear panel specifications...

Chapter 2: Hardware Setup This chapter lists the hardware setup procedures that you have to perform when installing system components...

Chapter 3: Hardware Options This chapter describes optional hardware procedures that you may have to do when configuring the system...

Appendix A: Power Supply Information This appendix gives information on the 200-watt switching power supply that comes with the server...

Appendix B: Troubleshooting This appendix lists the common problems that you may encounter while using the server... It lists the possible causes of the problems and offers solutions... You may refer to this part and try to solve simple problems before calling customer support...

This installation guide is intended for system integrators, and experienced users with at least a basic knowledge on configuring an entry-level server...

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Conventions Symbols To make sure that you perform certain tasks properly, take note of the following symbols used throughout this manual...

WARNING: Information to prevent injury to yourself when trying to complete a task...

CAUTION: Information to prevent damage to the components when trying to complete a task...

IMPORTANT: Information that you MUST follow to complete a task...

NOTE: Tips and information to aid in completing a task...

References Refer to the following sources for additional information and for product and software updates...

1... ASUS Motherboard Users Manual The motherboard manual included with this server contains detailed information for advanced users...

2... ASUS Websites The ASUS websites worldwide provide updated information on ASUS hardware and software products... The ASUS websites are listed in the ASUS Contact Information on page 6...

3... Other Documentation Your product package may include other documentation, such as component manuals, inserts, stickers, or notices... Read all documentation before assembling or modifying the server...

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System Package Contents The following checklist enumerates the components included in the standard system package...

ASUS AR-10 1U Rackmount Chassis 200W ATX Power Supply

Slim-type CD-ROM Drive

1... 44MB Slim-type Floppy Disk Drive

Front Bezel

CPU Heatsink (without fan)

AC Power Cord

This System Users Manual

ASUS NB-LM Motherboard 32-bit/33MHz PCI Riser Card

Support CD with Drivers and Utilities

Motherboard Users Manual

Slide Rail Assembly (Rail Kit) Server-side and rack-side rails

Mounting Ears Assembly

Rail Kit Users Manual

ASUS System Management Software CD System Management Software Users Manual

If any of the above items is missing, contact your dealer...

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This chapter describes the general features of the server... This includes sections on front panel, rear panel, and internal features of the server...

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1... 1 System Features The ASUS AP140R Server is a 1U rackmount form factor that accommodates the ASUS NB-LM motherboard... The server is powered by Intel Pentium 4 processor, and supports the latest I/O and video technologies through the chipsets embedded on the motherboard...

Following are highlights of the servers many features...

Processor: Support for one 478-pin Intel Pentium 4 Northwood processor up to 3GHz...

Memory: Three DIMM sockets that support Intel PC133/PC100- compliant DIMMs, NECs VC133-compliant Virtual Channel (VC) SDRAM, or Enhanced Memory Systems High-speed DRAMs (HSDRAMs) up to 3GB

System Chipset: Intel 845 (Brookdale) chipset... The MCH and the South bridge Intel I/O Controller Hub 2 (ICH2) are interconnected through the Intel proprietary Hub interface... The MCH provides the processor interface, memory interface, AGP interface, and Hub Interface... The South bridge controller, referred to as the Intel I/O Controller Hub 2 (ICH2) of the Intel 845 chipset, provides the I/O subsystem that allows access to the rest of the system... The ICH2 integrates I/O functions such as system bus interface, Ultra ATA/100, Low Pin Count (LPC) interface, Universal Serial Bus (USB) 1... 1 interface, and PCI interface...

LAN Chipset: One Intel 82550 10/100 Fast Ethernet controller and one Intel 82562ET 10/100 PHY Fast Ethernet controller with ICH2 built-in Media Access Controller (MAC)...

VGA Chipset: ATI RAGE-XL PCI with 8MB video memory

Storage: One 3... 5-inch slim-type floppy device, one 5... 25-inch slim-type CD-ROM drive, and supports three 3... 5-inch wide 1- inch high IDE hard disk drives on removable trays

Expansion: One full-length 32-bit/33MHz PCI slot on riser card

Power Supply: 200-watt ATX power supply

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1... 2 Front Panel Features The front panel of the server allows easy access to the floppy, CD- ROM, and hard disk drives... The power button and the system LED indicators are also located on the front panel...

1... 3 Rear Panel Features The server rear panel includes the connectors the system devices and a slot for an expansion card...

Hard Drive Bay 0

Slim CD-ROM Drive IDE LED Floppy Drive Power LED

Power Button Message LED Reset Button

Hard Drive Bay 1 Hard Drive Bay 2

1... AC Power Connector 2... PS/2 Keyboard Port 3... PS/2 Mouse Port 4... USB Ports 1 and 2 5... Serial Port (COM1)

6... VGA Port 7... LAN1 Port (RJ-45) 8... LAN2 Port (RJ-45) 9... Expansion Slot

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1... 4 Internal Features The standard components inside the server include the motherboard, power supply, floppy and CD-ROM drives, and cables... The picture below shows the standard components of the server...

1... Power Supply 2... Power Supply Fan 3... CPU Blower 4... Floppy Ribbon Cable 5... Floppy Drive 6... Hard Disk Drive Bay 2 7... Hard Disk Drive Bay 1

8... Slim CD-ROM Drive 9... Hard Disk Drive Bay 0 10... 80-Wire IDE Cable 11... Chassis Fans 12... Motherboard 13... Riser Card Holder 14... Memory Modules (Optional) 15... Central Processing Unit (Optional)

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This chapter describes the hardware setup procedures that you have to perform when installing system components...

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2... 1 Opening the Chassis The chassis is a 1U form factor designed for easy assembly and disassembly, making the installation of internal components very convenient... At the top of the chassis is a rotating lock that secures the cover to the chassis...

Rotating Lock

Unlock the Cover To unlock the cover, turn the rotating lock clockwise until the triangle mark points to OPEN...

OPEN

Triangle Mark

CLOSE

Slide the Cover Slide the top cover toward the front for about an inch, then lift it up from the chassis... The top cover of the chassis has locking tabs at the rear end that connect to the inner side of the back panel... Make sure to disengage the locking tabs before lifting up the cover...

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Placement Direction When installing the motherboard, make sure that you place it into the chassis correctly... The edge with the external ports goes to the rear part of the chassis...

Motherboard Screws Place six (6) screws in the holes indicated by circles to secure the motherboard to the chassis... Do not overtighten the screws... Doing so may damage the motherboard...

Note: This corner screw hole is used to secure the fan partition bracket...

2... 2 Motherboard Placement

The motherboard and other internal components of the server are already installed as indicated in section 1... 4 Internal Features... Refer to the motherboard users manual for detailed technical information about the motherboard...

NOTE

Rear Panel

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2... 3 Installing the 1U Heatsink CPU Heatsink The 1U server comes with a specially designed heatsink as shown here... The heatsink has four screws to secure it to the server chassis underneath the motherboard...

Install the Heatsink Place the heatsink on top of the installed CPU matching the four screws to the holes around the socket... To secure the heatsink, tighten each screw a little at a time in a circle so that the heatsink will rest on the CPU evenly...

The CPU heatsink must be installed to prevent damaging the CPU and motherboard...

IMPORTANT

Connect the Fan Cable From the factory, the CPU fan cable is already connected to the 3-pin fan connector on the motherboard marked CPU_FAN...

CPU Fan Connector

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2... 4 Hard Drive Connector Boards The server comes with three externally accessible drive bays connected to the IDE back plane by swappable connectors...

Hard Drive Tray BoardHard Drive Tray Board

Hard Drive SideIDE Back Plane Side

IDE Back Plane - Hard Drive Side

IDE Hard Drive Tray Connector IDE Hard Drive Tray Connector IDE Hard Drive Tray Connector

IDE Back Plane - IDE Connector Side

Power In IDE to Motherboard IDE to Motherboard

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Tray Levers

2... 5 Installing a Hard Disk Drive The server comes with three externally accessible drive bays... Due to mechanical issues, the drive trays connector board may not fit some hard drives... Make sure the connector board will fit the hard drive before purchasing... Do not force the connector board onto the hard drive...

Drive Trays In each of the drive bays is a removable tray for mounting a hard disk drive... Flip open the tray levers to release the tray, then pull the tray out of the chassis...

Mount the Hard Drive 1... Set hard drive to Cable Select... 2... Remove the connector board... 3... Place hard drive into drive tray... 4... Secure the drive using 4 screws... 5... Attach connector board to drive... 6... Secure the connector board

using the original two screws...

Install the Hard Drive After the drive is secured to the tray, carefully insert the drive into the bay, then push the levers back into place...

Tray Levers

Connector Board

Example: IBM hard drives default is Master...

You must change to Cable Select for this server...

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IDE and Power Cable Configurations The IDE and power cables in the chassis are pre-arranged so you can conveniently connect the cables... The picture below shows the cable arrangement and proper connections...

2... 5 Installing a Hard Disk Drive

Motherboard IDE Connectors The motherboard has two IDE connectors that support four IDE devices on two channels... Each channel supports one master and one slave device, for a total of four...

Floppy Ribbon Cable IDE Cable for Hard Drive 0 and CD-ROM

IDE Cable for Hard Drives 1 and 2

Power Cable for Hard Drive Back Plane

Power Cable for CD-ROM

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2... 6 Installing an Expansion Card

Remove the Riser Card, Holder, and Bracket

The motherboad includes one 32-bit PCI expansion slot... A PCI riser card comes installed in this slot to accommodate a PCI expansion card...

Install these golden fingers into the motherboard PCI slot

Install a PCI card into this slot

PCI Riser Card

1... Lift up the Riser Card Holder to access the PCI riser card...

2... Lift up the Locking Tab beside the riser card holder...

3... Remove the PCI Slot Cover from the rear panel...

Riser Card Holder

Locking Tab

Riser Card

PCI Slot Cover

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PCI Expansion Card

Riser CardInstall the PCI Card 1... Install a PCI expansion card

into the slot on the riser card...

2... Install the riser card golden fingers into the PCI slot on the motherboard... Align and fit the PCI card bracket into the slot opening on the rear panel...

2... 6 Installing an Expansion Card

Secure the PCI Card 1... When the PCI card is installed,

replace and push down the locking tab to hold the card in place...

2... Replace the riser card holder to secure the riser card and the PCI card to the chassis...

Extended PCI Card If you are installing an extended PCI card, pull up the the plastic card holder before installing the card... When the card is in place, push down the card holder to secure the end of the extended PCI card...

Card Holder

Locking Tab Riser Card Holder

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3... 1 Remove/Install a CD-ROM Drive The 1U server supports a slim CD-ROM drive... The CD-ROM drive is already installed in the chassis... If you have to remove and re-install the drive in the future, refer to the instructions in this section...

The slim CD-ROM drive is on top of the HDD0 bay (leftmost bay when you are facing the front panel)...

CD-ROM Drive Location

CD-ROM Adapter Board

The slim CD-ROM drive includes an adapter board with a special connector that matches the connector at the back of the slim CD-ROM drive... Two screw holes are available for securing the board to the drive...

On the other side of the adapter board, a power connector and a standard IDE connector are available...

Slim CD-ROM Drive

Slim CD-ROM Connector

Screw Holes

Power Connector

IDE Connector

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2... Remove the screws that secure the CD-ROM cage... The picture on the right shows the locations of the screws...

Removing the CD-ROM Drive

3... 1 Remove/Install a CD-ROM Drive

If you wish to replace the CD-ROM drive, detach the adapter board from the drive and attach it to the new drive... Remove the two screws that secure the adapter board to the drive...

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1... Disconnect the power and IDE cables from the CD-ROM adapter board... The board remains attached to the drive...

3... Slide the CD-ROM drive cage outward to disengage it from the chassis... See the direction of the arrow in the above picture...

4... Lift up the drive cage from the chassis...

5... The drive is secured by four screws (two on each side) to the cage... Remove these screws to detach the drive from the cage...

IDE CablePower Cable

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Power Connector

CD-ROM Adapter BoardIDE Connector

Cage Guide Tab

3... 1 Remove/Install a CD-ROM Drive

Mounting the CD-ROM Drive

Installing the CD-ROM Drive 1... Place the CD-ROM drive on its

bay and slide it inward for about an inch (as indicated by the arrow), making sure that the cage guide tab locks in place...

2... Secure the drive cage to the chassis with two screws in the areas indicated by circles...

3... Connect the IDE and power cables to the connectors on the rear of the drive...

1... Attach the CD-ROM adapter board to the rear end of the slim CD-ROM...

2... Place the drive into the drive cage... Take note of the drive cage orientation... The front of the drive should go to the end with the cage guide tab...

3... Secure the drive to the cage using four screws in the areas indicated by circles as shown in the picture...

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Removing the Floppy Drive 1... Disconnect the floppy cable

from the rear of the drive...

2... Remove the screws that secure the floppy drive... The picture on the right shows the locations of the screws...

3... Slide the floppy drive cage out of the bay...

4... The drive is secured by four screws (two on each side) to the cage... Remove these screws to detach the drive from the cage...

3... 2 Floppy Drive

Mounting the Floppy Drive

1... Place the floppy drive into the drive cage as shown...

2... Secure the drive to the cage with the four screws that you removed earlier...

Slim Floppy Disk Drive Cable

The 1U server comes with a slim floppy disk drive already installed... Refer to this section if you need to remove and re-install the floppy drive in the future...

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3... 2 Floppy Drive

Installing the Floppy Drive 1... Place the floppy drive on its

bay and slide it in until it fits...

2... Secure the drive cage to the chassis with two screws in the areas indicated by circles...

3... Connect the floppy dirve cable to the connector on the rear of the drive...

Slim Floppy Disk Drive Cable

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3... 3 Cooling System

CPU Blower The system has one 9 cm CPU blower that maintains the optimal CPU temperature... The blower is secured to the bracket using two screws from the bottom side...

Make sure that the 3-pin blower cable is connected to the connector marked CPU_FAN on the motherboard to prevent thermal monitoring problems...

IMPORTANT

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Chassis Fans Also included in the server cooling system are chassis fans that help maintain efficient air circulation among the components within the chassis... The chassis fans are attached to the metal bracket between the disk drives and the motherboard components...

3... 3 Cooling System

Make sure that the chassis fan cables are connected to the chassis fan connectors on the motherboard to prevent thermal monitoring problems...

IMPORTANT

Chassis Fan 2Chassis Fan 1CPU Blower

Rear View

Front View

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3... 4 Cable Connections Most of the cables in the server are already pre-connected to their respective connectors... This section illustrates the cable connections for your reference, in case you unplugged the cables while installing or removing system components...

ATX Power Connector

Front Panel LED Connector

Power Fan Connector

Refer to the motherboard user s manual for detailed information on the motherboard connectors...

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Chassis Fan Connectors

CPU Blower Connector

IDE Connectors

Floppy Disk Drive Ribbon Cable

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A... 1 General Description The server comes with a 200W ATX power supply with universal AC input and PFC/ATX-compliant output cables and connectors... The power supply includes a cooling fan...

The power supply has five plugs labeled P1 to P4... The picture below shows the specific device assignments for the plugs...

P1... Output - Motherboard ATX Power P2... Output - IDE Hard Drive Back Plane P3... Output - Slim CD-ROM Drive P4... Input - Power Supply Fan

P2P4 P3P1

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A... 2 Specifications Output Voltage Regulation

Output Current Capacity

Over-Voltage Protection (OVP)

Output Voltage Min (V) Nom (V) Max (V) Ripple/Noise

+3... 3V 3... 2 3... 30 3... 465 50mVp-p

+5V 4... 8 5... 00 5... 25 50mVp-p

+12V 11... 4 12... 00 12... 60 120mVp-p

-12V -10... 8 -12... 00 -13... 20 200mVp-p

+5VSB 4... 8 5... 00 5... 25 100mVp-p

Output Voltage Min (A) Max (A) Max... Load (W)

+3... 3V 0... 5 12... 5 41... 25

+5V 0... 5 21... 5 107... 5

+12V 0... 8 4... 1 69... 2

-12V 0... 0 0... 25 3... 0

+5VSB 0... 1 1... 5 7... 5

Voltage Min (V) Nom (V) Max (V)

+3... 3V 3... 8 4... 1 4... 3

+5V 5... 7 6... 25 6... 5

+12V 13... 5 - 15... 0

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This appendix lists the common problems that you may encounter while using the server... It lists the possible causes of the problems and offers solutions... You may refer to this part and try to solve simple problems before calling customer support...

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B... 1 Simple Fixes

The power LED on the server and/or the monitor do not light up

NOTE Some problems that you may encounter are not due to defects on the system or the components... These problems only requires simple troubleshooting actions that you can perform by yourself...

1... Make sure that the 115V/230V voltage selector switch (if available) is set to the correct voltage supply in your area...

2... Check the power cable connection on the system rear panel if properly connected...

3... Make sure that the power cables are connected to a grounded power outlet...

4... Press the power button to make sure that the system is turned on...

Problem Action

The keyboard does not work Make sure the keyboard is connected to the keyboard port...

The mouse does not work Make sure the mouse is connected to the mouse port...

The system does not perform power-on self tests (POST) after it was turned on

1... Check the memory modules and make sure you installed the DIMMs the system supports...

2... Make sure that the DIMMs are properly installed on the sockets...

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The system continuously beeps after it was turned on

1... Check the memory modules and make sure you installed the DIMMs the system supports...

2... Make sure that the DIMMs are properly installed on the sockets...

The message Non-system disk or disk error appears

A primary logical partition must be created and set active to boot from it...

Network connection not available

1... Make sure the network cable is connector the RJ-45 port on the rear panel...

2... Make sure that you have installed the network drivers from the motherboard support CD...

Problem Action

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