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    RAID Bleep

    a drive has failed in on my web server, i have another en route thats no prob, the prob is that i cant connect to the web console to tell it to be quiet, ill be walking round for days hearing this bleep.

    any ideas???

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    i once put bluetac on the beep speaker whilst i watied for a replacement fan

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    Quote Originally Posted by k-strider View Post
    i once put bluetac on the beep speaker whilst i watied for a replacement fan
    haha atm i am using foo fighters to drowned out the bleep

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    If you can't silence it using the web interface, can't you reboot it and silence it from the pre-boot interface?

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    If you can open the server, maybe you can find the speaker header where its causing from and pull out the cable...

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    There should be a key combination that silences it. Check the manual. If Intel I think rebooting silences it and it needs to be reset.

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