7.4 Startup Suppression on Serious Failure Detection
This equipment suppresses startup of the equipment when one of the following incidents is
detected during Windows® startup in order to protect the hardware.
・Remote shutdown signal input
< NOTE >
• When a remote shutdown signal input is detected, the equipment displays a
blue screen and then stops. For information about the STOP error code of this
case, see "6.3 STOP Error Codes".
7.5 Maintenance Operation Commands
This section explains how to use maintenance operation commands. These commands are
used when problems occur in the equipment and during preventive maintenance. All these
commands are started at the command prompt when they are used.
Table 7-2 shows a list of maintenance operation commands.
The Manufacturer provides charged services to analyze the data collected by these
maintenance operation commands, such as memory dump files and data for failure analysis.
To start the command prompt, follow the procedure below.
(1) Starting the command prompt
1. Log on to the computer by using an administrator account.
2. Click Start.
3. Click All Programs.
4. Click Accessories.
5. Right-click Command Prompt and click Run as administrator.
(If the administrator account you used for logon is a built-in administrator account,
simply click Command Prompt.)
If you see the User Account Control window, click Yes.
Table 7-2 Maintenance Operation Commands
Used for collecting data for preventive maintenance or data for post-
failure analysis during preventive maintenance or when problems
Used for copying a memory dump file to a portable medium when a
memory dump is collected due to a STOP error.
Used for reserving a disc area for a memory dump file when a message
is displayed indicating the capacity of the memory dump file is
Used for checking the status of the equipment such as the status of the
fan and the temperature inside the chassis.
7. MAINTENANCE OPERATION