Event Id 1125 Power Supply Failure
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solved Kernel Power Event ID 41 Task 63 No Solution yet solved Kernel-power, event ID 41 solved Kernel-Power Event ID: 41 Task category (63) 0x8000000000000002, Kernel-Power, Event id: 41 solved Random The 2 separate events are expected, because it's informing of the failure and notifying that the result is power redundancy lost (this is similar to a failed drive when you get Here's the things I've ruled out:Monitor - not my monitor, since hitting Caps Lock gives no reactionOverclocking - I'm not overclockingMemory/RAM - not my RAM. http://www.myeventlog.com/search/show/657 All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices
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Restore power or replace the failed power supply. http://systemcentercore.com/?GetElement=HewlettPackard.Servers.ProLiant.SNMP.Power_sub_system_degraded_or_failed._5_Rule&Type=Rule&ManagementPack=HewlettPackard.Servers.ProLiant.SNMP&Version=22.214.171.124 Chassis: '0'; Bay: '2' [SNMP TRAP: 6050 in CPQHLTH.MIB] Warning,cpqasm2,4154,The power sub-system is no longer redundant. When we get the e-mail notification for the event in HTML each notice in each pair looks the same.Thanks,Tim McGue Solved! if the problem persists, contact your administrator." and when i checked the event viewer i found that there is an occurent error on Server Agents, the event ID id 1125 and
Retore Power or replace the failed Power supply. http://ermcenter.com/event-id/event-id-4656-audit-failure.html Nvidia Driver crashes, then PC restarts and I get Critical Kernel-Power, Event ID 41 and other errors. If there is one of each in the NT event log, the agents are working properly, but you are getting duplicates. I'll run Driver Verifier for a couple of days after that to hopefully insure I'm all good on drivers.
I have a question about this, though.Question: If a PSU is faulty, how often does it fail? Chassis: '0'; Bay: '2' [SNMP TRAP: 6050 in CPQHLTH.MIB]it happens every morning at 5 in morningalso we cannot get to config page of ups and hp power management software doesnt recognise Does it fail only when under high stress? navigate here Help Desk » Inventory » Monitor » Community » Toggle navigation MyEventlog Home Browse Submit Event Log Resources Blog Quiz Event Search Event ID Source Category Message EventSentry Real-Time Event Log
System Information Agent: Health: The Fault Tolerant Power Supply Sub-system is in a failed state. i cant upgrade my SSD's firmware, because the latest Crucial firmware implies that there could be issues with UEFI mobos.My RAM passed 12 passes of Memtest yesterday as well. Register Hereor login if you are already a member E-mail User Name Password Forgot Password?
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Text Quote Post |Replace Attachment Add link Text to display: Where should this link go? By submitting you agree to receive email from TechTarget and its partners. So my question is if the PSU`s are bad or something else is causing the error Messages in the event log. System information says Power Supplies are okay, both of them.
Privacy Improve This Answer Improve This Answer Processing your response... Discuss This Question:   There was an error processing your information. Get the answer joakcbasseMar 1, 2013, 11:06 PM Update on this: so while running Driver Verifier, my computer froze when i started up this morning. Ask a Question Question Title: (150 char. http://ermcenter.com/event-id/event-id-26-kernel-processor-power.html BUT when accessing Integrated management log in the HP System management homepage its hammered With the folling information: System Power Supply: General Failure (Power Supply 2)System Power Supplies Not Redundant I
event 4154, source cpqasm2: The power sub-system is no longer redundant.ups is in device manager and got a proper drivers but hp power manager software doesnt recognise ups.if I unplug com