15. Loosen the two screws that secure the system board. Gently lift each edge of the system board slightly
upward so that the system board is disengaged from the mounting stubs on the chassis. Then, carefully
remove the system board out of the chassis.
Note: Carefully handle the system board by its edges.
Figure 124. Removing the system board
16. Place the old system board on a clean, flat, and static-protective surface. Touch the static-protective
package that contains the new system board to any unpainted surface on the outside of the server.
Then, take the new system board out of the package.
17. Install the new system board into the chassis. Align the holes in the new system board with the
corresponding mounting studs on the chassis. Then, move the system board towards the rear of the
server. Ensure that the rear connectors on the new system board are inserted into the corresponding
holes in the rear panel. Tighten the two screws to secure the system board in place
Figure 125. Installing the system board
18. Remove the microprocessors from the old system board and install them on the new system board. See
"Installing or replacing the microprocessor" on page 122.
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