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HP D7171A - NetServer - LPr Reference Manual

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HP NetServer LC 3
Quick Service
Reference Guide
Last Updated: April 1999


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  • Page 1: Hp Netserver Lc 3

    HP NetServer LC 3 Quick Service Reference Guide Last Updated: April 1999...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Hewlett-Packard assumes no responsibility for the use or reliability of its software on equipment that is not furnished by Hewlett-Packard.

  • Page 3: Hp Netserver Lc 3 System Information

    HP NetServer LC 3 System Information Power Switch Serial Port B Keyboard Lock Serial Port A Parallel Port Mouse Port Keyboard Port Lock Monitor Management Port Flexible Disk Drive EIDE CD-ROM Shelf 3 Power Hot Swap Drive Bay Hot Swap Drive Bay Lock Front Control Panel Power Switch Turns the NetServer on and off.

  • Page 4: Removing The Covers

    Removing the Covers CAUTION The covers are an integral part of the server. The server must be operated with the covers in place to ensure proper airflow for continued reliability and to maintain compliance with radio frequency interference and safety standards. Front Bezel Cover...

  • Page 5: Memory

    Memory There are four DIMM sockets on the system board for memory expansion Follow these simple rules when you plan to install additional memory DIMMs: Use only HP DIMMs listed on the Technical Reference Label located inside the HP NetServer top cover, in Information Assistant, or in Order Assistant.

  • Page 6: Boot Device Priority

    Boot Device Priority The boot device priority is controlled by the Boot Device Ordering submenu of the Configuration menu of the Setup utility. IDE CD-ROM drive with bootable CD-ROM Flexible Disk with bootable flexible disk Embedded SCSI controller PCI boards in slots in the following order: 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Hard Drive Priority: Allows you to rearrange the order in which hard disk drives are searched for the operating system.

  • Page 7: Exploded Views

    ² Voltage Regulator Module for Check that primary voltage regulator Primary CPU Bad module (VRM) is correctly seated. If ² ² ² problem persists, replace VRM. ² Voltage Regulator Module for Check that secondary voltage Secondary CPU Bad regulator module (VRM) is correctly ²...

  • Page 10: Hp Netserver Replaceable Parts List

    HP NetServer Replaceable Parts List Description Replacement Exchange Chassis Assembly Not orderable Top Cover 5064-1987 Side Cover 5064-1986 Cage Assy, Hot-Swap Mass Storage 5063-5671 Light Pipe 5041-1099 Backplane PCA, Hot-Swap Cage D3604-63003 Hot Swap Cage Bezel 5042-2108 Hot Swap Cage Bezel lock 5064-3503 tray, Hot Swap, D3349B...

  • Page 11: Keyboards

    Front Bezel Assy. 5064-1961 Pedestal 5041-5339 Cable, Non-Hot-Swap SCSI (Wide) 5183-2182 Cable, IDE CD-ROM Drive 5183-2411 Cable, Floppy Disk Drive 5183-2410 Cable, Hot-Swap SCSI (Wide) 5183-2484 Cable, Array SCSI (Wide) 5183-3488 Cable, I 5182-6730 Cable, Serial Management 5064-1957 Network Adapter PCA, 100BaseT D5013-63002 Filler Assy, Hot-Swap 5063-8391...

  • Page 12: Mass Storage Cables

    Mass Storage Cables Cabling Label Location Description Part Number System backplane SCSI 5-connector, wide (68-pin) SCSI 5183-2412 connector to upper-shelf SCSI cable w/built-in terminator devices System backplane IDE 3-connector IDE cable 5183-2411 connector to IDE devices (CD- ROM or other) System backplane floppy 2-connector floppy disk cable 5183-2410...

  • Page 13: System Board Illustration

    System Board Illustration Secondary Processor Socket (Terminator Installed Secondary In Dual-Ready * Processor VRM Socket Retaining Configurations) * J20: N/C Latches System Configuration Primary Switches Processor Primary VRM * J17: N/C * J25: 100 MHz Diagnostic LEDs Battery * J26: N/C Memory DIMM Video Memory Sockets...

  • Page 14: Specifications

    Specifications Operating Temperature 5 to 35 C (41 to 95 F) Non-operating Temperature -40° to +70° C (-40° to +158° F) Operating Humidity 20% to 80% relative humidity (noncondensing) Non-operating Humidity 90% relative humidity (noncondensing) Operating Altitude 3,045 m (10,000 ft) Non-operating Altitude 12,180 m (40,000 ft) Height...

  • Page 15: Notes


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