Sat Aug 21 2021

Power on failure after - need assistance on Siemends Arcadis Orbic

This question is for anyone, but I'm hoping Tom will see and give one of his amazing, thorough answers like he usually does (and has helped me before). Have Siemens Arcadis Orbic. Was working fine until CMOS battery died. Replaced CMOS, reconfigured BIOS manually to see RAID disks and reset time / etc and boot up. Did this separately from cart/trolley. Reinstalled CPU in cart, re-plugged in all connectors and successfully booted to get ASP e 70 error: 2nd monitor not working. Used Tom's previous post and enabled 2nd monitor in Windows / Nvidia control panel. Did NOT touch anything else or any cables. Tried to reboot - now cart powers up for about 5 seconds then shuts off. Doesn't even get to bios screen. I thought it might be the USB-CAM connector so I plugged that into a different computer (USB portion and light goes green) but same problem. It does this with and without the trolley plugged in. Trolley also starts partial power up but dies after 5 seconds when main power shuts down. Also the battery backup has been bypassed for the past few years so that's likely not the problem. Please help! Thanks in advance (Tom, and maybe others).

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Tue Aug 24 2021Reply from Tomelgy
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Hi Alan

I did not get a notification to your post.

When the BIOS Battery dies the Bios can be partially corrupted or set completely to factory (Fujitus) defaults.

Just to be sure, if the PC starts then shutsdown, the BIOS remote setting is wrong or there is a problem with plug to CIPP board/M50, this is the remote input 'power-on/power-off' command input. However, the easiest way to reset BIOS is to load the BIOS disk that comes with system (assuming you have one). Loading BIOS must be done EXACTLY as described in docs.

In the absense of a bios disk, you could search for the BIOS remote power setting so PC remains on allowing further investigation.

If you get erro 70 with nothing on the reference monitor would suggest its a M460 PC?

If any of the Graphic card DVI/DP connectors are disconnected when powered-on or powered-on without DVI in the Graphics card is auto reconfigured for single monitor operation. Once the BIOS is sorted you can farely quickly resolve the second monitor issue.

With Both monitors working & DVI connected, go into setting

Can yo confirm which PC (give me the model/part number as its important) you have and what operating system VC10A or VB13C, better still look for BIOS disk.

You may have M450, M460, M470, M470-2 etc. I think it will be M460,but check.

Tom

 


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Tue Aug 24 2021Reply from alanmiller
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Tom,

Thanks as always! I'll get exact name/model when I go to the site tomorrow but I just wanted to clarify a bit the problem:

1. Hit power on button on monitor cart

2. Main PS turns on, then CPU PS turns on (whirr of fan),

3. Total of approximately 5-7 seconds entire monitor cart, CPU & trolley shut off. CPU doesn't even get to the logo screen because not enough time has elapsed

I will go out to the site and try bios setting change/bios reload as you mentioned above if you think that's the best step.

As alway, thanks again for your wisdom.

Alan


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Wed Aug 25 2021Reply from Tomelgy
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Hi

If loading the bios fails, on the pc motherboard is a reset/delete bios link, you could try that if reloading bios does not help.

Also, just check the ps2 plug is in correct socket (green). This ps2 supplies 5v for the m50 power assembly.

Also , just double check the usb etc are correctly connected, compare with pc label.

Just another small thing, if you have the original bios disk then ok. If you have the new version bios disk with manager, make sure the floppy disk option is disabled before loading bios.

The Fujitsu bios default settings enable the floppy disk drive even though the floppy disk drive is not installed

Tom


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Sun Sep 05 2021Reply from alanmiller
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Tom,

I adjusted the settings on the BIOS - changed the wake on LAN configuration and it works PERFECTLY now.

 

Thank you so very much.

I like to avoid installing the original BIOS because it's so much easier than having to look up the BIOS password for each system each time.

As always, you have been immensely helpful.

 

Thanks,

Alan


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Mon Sep 06 2021Reply from Tomelgy
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Great news

Tom


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