Resetting randomly, NO BSOD

Hewlett-packard Proliant dl380 g3 2u rac...
April 15, 2010 at 06:06:14
Specs: Windows Server 2003 R2
I have a DL 380, and I was told it was blue screening, so I put it up on the rack and powered it on, waited a day or two with no blue screen.

I then used Prime95 to stress test CPU and RAM to try to get a blue screen out of it that way, but all it does now is reset without a blue screen.

I disabled automatically reset on system failure, and it still resetted.

I then checked HP ASR to make sure it wasn't resetting the system after failure, but that was already disabled.

I checked event viewer theres nothing major in there really except a event saying the system shutdown unexpectedly.

There server has two power suppiles, one must be going bad because when I plug it in one I get the same result but only quicker thean the other.

Could the other power supply be bad aswell, and suggestion to what I should check, software/hardware wise.

If you need anymore info i'll reply quick!


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April 15, 2010 at 06:14:36
Check your CPU temperatures, if you are restarting without a BSOD then it has a good probability of being thermal shutdown related.

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