Ipmi Interface Driver HP Proliant Ml350 G6 64
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Here is the log of the firmware update that completed successfully until initiated the Error 0x80040206. HP IPMI settings were defined under the HP Management software that was installed by the original vendor of the system.
The error states, \"ERROR_INVALID_COMMAND: cannot complete requested device update and/or Power Control operation 0x80040206 \" This came about immediately after the recent HP firmware update. We've been working with HP since the end of March and internal IT is confident it is an update issue and not a hardware issue. I'm requesting support again to see if they can provide some insight. The server is running Windows Server 2016 as a Hyper-V host in a full-disk VM. It was built in October 2016. Third party specialists installed the HP range of Management Grids and the HP drive firmware on it.
I re-installed that server cpu in October 2018 after replacing it with Ryzen 3 1200. Now I have the same firmware version of IPMI 126.96.36.1995 however the system fails to initialize repeating a lot of times an SFF811 error (PCI Config space) and also many times the boot firmware failure. In the last boot we got the same PCI config space error and the CPU fans were spinning up very fast (almost full RPM), but now the CPU fans are not spinning up at all.
4. Some older servers it is not a requirement to reboot (except Wifi), you can only stop the service, unload the driver and reload the driver. If you need to perform this action, download this simple driver:
3. Reboot server. Because of the MLC memory, it is a real must to reboot a server when a new firmware image is deployed, this is one of the things I really have learned in the last 15 years in this business. Don't forget at the end of the installation to uncheck \"VIA Network Driver Installer\" in \"Device Manager\". 7211a4ac4a