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Har dwar e Maint enance Manual
ThinkSer ver T S200v T ypes 0981, 0992, 1008, and 1010
ThinkSer ver Har dwar e Maint enance Manual ThinkSer ver T S200v T ypes 0981, 0992, 1008, and 1010
Befor e using this information and the pr oduct it suppor ts, be sur e t o r ead and understand the Safety Information book and Appendix A “Notices” on page 87. Second Edition (December 2010) © Copyright L enovo 2010, . LENO V O pr oducts, data, comput er softwar e, and ser vices have been developed e x clusively at privat e e xpense and ar e sold t o governmental entities as commer cial it ems as defined by 48 C.F .R. 2.101 with limit ed and r estrict ed rights t o use, r epr oduction and discl
Contents Chapt er 1. About this manual . . . . . 1 Removing and r einstalling the fr ont be z el . . 31 Impor tant Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . 1 Installing or r eplacing a PCI car d . . . . . . 32 Safety stat ements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Replacing the batt er y . . . . . . . . . . 35 Impor tant information about r eplacing RoHS Installing or r eplacing a memor y module . . . 36 compliant FRUs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Installing or r eplacing the optical drive . . . 38 R
Installing ThinkSer ver EasyManage Agent . . . . 85 F eder al Communications Commission (FCC) and t elephone company r equir ements . . . . . . . 90 Appendix A. Notices . . . . . . . . . 87 C anadian Depar tment of Communications cer tification label . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 Expor t classification notice . . . . . . . . . . 88 P ower cor d notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 T elevision output notice . . . . . . . . . . . 88 P olyvinyl Chloride (PVC) cable and cor d notice . . 93 Eur opean
Chapt er 1. About this manual This Har dwar e Maint enance Manual contains information t o help you solve pr oblems that might occur in your ser ver . It describes the diagnostic t ools that come with the ser ver , err or codes and suggest ed actions, and instructions for r eplacing failing components. Replaceable components ar e of thr ee types: • Self-ser vice cust omer r eplaceable unit (CRU): Replacement of self-ser vice CRUs is your r esponsibility . If L enovo® installs a self-ser vice CRU
Safety stat ements Impor tant: Each caution and danger stat ement in this document is labeled with a number . This number is used t o cr oss r efer ence an English-language caution or danger stat ement with tr anslat ed versions of the caution or danger stat ement in the Safety Information document. F or e xample, if a caution stat ement is labeled "S tat ement 1," tr anslations for that caution stat ement ar e in the Safety Information document under "S tat ement 1." Be sur e t o r ead all caut
C A UTION: When r eplacing the lithium batt er y, use only a type batt er y r ecommended by the manufactur er . If your syst em has a module containing a lithium batt er y, r eplace it only with the same module type made by the same manufactur er . The batt er y contains lithium and can e xplode if not pr operly used, handled, or disposed of. Do not: • Thr ow or immerse int o wat er • Heat t o mor e than 100°C (212°F) • Repair or disassemble Dispose of the batt er y as r equir ed by local or din
≥ 18 kg (39.7 lb) ≥ 32 kg (70.5 lb) ≥ 55 kg (121.2 lb) C A UTION: Use safe pr actices when lifting. S tat ement 5 C A UTION: The power contr ol butt on on the device and the power switch on the power supply do not turn off the electrical curr ent supplied t o the device. The device also might have mor e than one power cor d. T o r emove all electrical curr ent fr om the device, ensur e that all power cor ds ar e disconnect ed fr om the power sour ce. S tat ement 8 C A UTION: Never r emove the co
A tt ention: This ser ver is suitable for use on an IT power distribution syst em whose maximum phase-t o-phase voltage is 240 V under any distribution fault condition. Impor tant: This pr oduct is not suitable for use with visual display workplace devices accor ding t o Clause 2 of the German Or dinance for W ork with V isual Display Units. Impor tant information about r eplacing RoHS compliant FRUs RoHS, The Restriction of Hazar dous Substances in Electrical and Electr onic Equipment Dir ectiv
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Chapt er 2. Gener al information This chapt er pr ovides gener al information that applies t o all machine types suppor t ed by this publication. F eatur es and specifications The following information is a summar y of the featur es and specifications of the ser ver . Depending on the ser ver model, some featur es might not be available, or some specifications might not apply . © Copyright L enovo 2010, 7
T able 1. F eatur es and specifications Micr opr ocessor Y our ser ver Expansion Security featur es comes with one of the following • T wo har d disk drive bays (one • Computr ace micr opr ocessors (int ernal cache siz e standar d and one optional) • Enabling or disabling a device varies by model type): • T wo optical drive bays • Enabling or disabling USB • Int el® Celer on® micr opr ocessor • T wo PCI car d slots connect ors individually • Int el Cor e™ i3 micr opr ocessor • One PCI Expr ess x
T able 1. F eatur es and specifications (continued) Dimensions • Humidity: Electrical input W idth: 174.8 mm (6.88 inches) Oper ating: 8% t o 80% Input voltage low r ange: (non-condensing) Height: 377.3 mm (14.85 inches) Minimum: 100 V ac Non-oper ating: 8% t o 80% Depth: 406.7 mm (16.01 inches) (non-condensing) Maximum: 127 V ac W eight • Altitude: Input fr equency r ange: 50 t o 60 Hz Maximum configur ation: 11.2 kg Oper ating: 0 t o 10 000 ft (0 t o (24.7 lbs) V oltage-selection switch settin
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Chapt er 3. Gener al Check out A tt ention The drives in the ser vers you ar e ser vicing might have been r earr anged or the drive star tup sequence might have been changed. Be e xtr emely car eful during writ e oper ations such as copying, saving, or formatting. Data or pr ogr ams can be over writt en if you select an incorr ect drive. Gener al err or messages appear if a pr oblem or conflict is found by an application pr ogr am, the oper ating syst em, or both. F or an e xplanation of these m
– If it has been working, what changes wer e made prior t o it failing? – Is this the original r epor t ed failur e? • Diagnostics version – T ype and version level • Har dwar e configur ation – P rint (print scr een) configur ation curr ently in use – BIOS level • Oper ating syst em softwar e – T ype and version level Not es: T o eliminat e confusion, identical syst ems ar e consider ed identical only if they: 1. Ar e the e xact machine type and models 2. Have the same BIOS level 3. Have the sa
Chapt er 4. Diagnostics Diagnostic pr ogr ams ar e used t o t est har dwar e components of your ser ver . Diagnostic pr ogr ams ar e also used t o r epor t oper ating-syst em-contr olled settings that int er fer e with the corr ect oper ation of your ser ver . Not es: 1. Y ou can download the PC-Doct or for DOS diagnostic pr ogr am fr om http://w w w .lenovo.com/suppor t . See “PC-Doct or for DOS” on page 13 for detailed information. 2. If you ar e unable t o isolat e and r epair the pr oblem yo
• The Ent er k ey is used t o select a menu it em. • The Esc k ey is used t o back up t o the pr evious menu. • F or online help, select F1. Running t ests Ther e ar e four ways t o run the diagnostic t ests. • Using the cursor movement k eys, highlight Run Normal T est or Run Quick T est fr om the Diagnostics menu and then pr ess Ent er . This aut omatically runs a pr e-defined gr oup of t ests fr om each t est cat egor y . Run Normal T est runs a mor e e xt ensive set of t ests than Run Quick