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Gateway Server Thermal Trip failed


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Jeremy_Scheiderer

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:tazz: Does anyone know how to fix a Thermal Trip Faluire? Everytime I reboot my server it runs through the test and each time it comes up with a Processor Thermal Trip Faluire. Yet it lets me ignore it and move on. I don't believe this is a good problem however the server runs great I don't understand please help me. :)
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that sounds like your thermal sensor is throwing an alarm...have you checked the temps on the server? if their within range...it may be a bad sensor..
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No I haven't checked my temperature, infact I am not sure how I would go about doing that. Could you guide me through it?
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usually there is a location in bios that will tell you your system temps...i know dell servers have software preinstalled that will monitor the temps...not sure about gateway...

maybe speedfan would work...just google speedfan and dl it and see
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