HP ProLiant ML150 G6 Server

Installation Sheet

Part Number 501527-004

See the HP ProLiant ML150 G6 Server Maintenance and Service Guide available on the HP website: http://www. 1. If necessary. and then press the Pause key to halt screen movement.hp. Press the Esc key at the HP logo screen. Verify the server BIOS version against the latest BIOS version listed for this server on the HP website: http://www. To determine the BIOS version: a. b. c. see the HP ProLiant ML150 G6 Server Easy Set-up CD. .0 ports (4) NIC connector Dedicated NIC port UID System power button/LED 19 Hard drive activity LED NIC2 LED NIC1 LED 20 21 22 Figure 2 System board components Configuring the server For additional information and updates not provided in this installation sheet. mouse. 2. update the BIOS.com.com.0 ports (2) Hard drive bays 1-4 Hard drive bays 5-8 Optical drive bay Media eject button Front key lock Item Description 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 System Health LED AC input connector Expansion slots Keyboard connector Mouse connector Serial port connector VGA connector USB 2.hp. Connect the keyboard. Note the server BIOS version. Power up the server.Identifying server components Figure 1 Front and rear panel components Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Description Media bays USB 2. and monitor. Item 1 2 3 4 Description Processor 1 socket CPU1_DIMM slot 1D CPU1_DIMM slot 2A CPU1_DIMM slot 3E Item 24 25 26 27 Description Internal USB connector SATA 6_ODD 2 connector SATA 5_ODD 1 connector SATA 4 connector d.

or processors. 32 bits x4 x4 x16 x4 x8 x8 x16 x8 Connector width From factor Full-length.3V. . fullheight slot Figure 5 Removing the air baffle 1 (standard) PCI 2. unlock the server with the supplied key.3 2 (standard) PCI-E Gen 1 3 (standard) PCI-E Gen 2 4 (standard) PCI-E Gen 2 5 (standard) PCI-E Gen 2 Opening the server   CAUTION: You must power down the server and then disconnect the power cords before removing or replacing non-hot-pluggable hard disk drives. fullheight slot Full-length. If necessary. DIMMs. fullheight slot Full-length. fullheight slot Full-length. fullheight slot Full-length.Item 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Description CPU1_DIMM slot 4B CPU1_DIMM slot 5F CPU1_DIMM slot 6C Power supply connector (4-pin) Expansion slot 5 Expansion slot 4 Expansion slot 3 Expansion slot 2 Expansion slot 1 CPU2_DIMM slot 6C CPU2_DIMM slot 5F CPU2_DIMM slot 4B CPU2_DIMM slot 3E CPU2_DIMM slot 2A CPU2_DIMM slot 1D Processor 2 socket Power supply connector (8-pin) Power supply connector (24-pin) Battery Item 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 Description SATA 3 connector SATA 2 connector SATA 1 connector System fan 1 System fan 2 (redundant) System fan 3 System fan 4 I2C connector (2) NMI button SGPIO Front panel USB connector Internal USB port Chassis/board ID DIP switches Front panel I/O connector Redundant power supply connector Hard drive LED connector Thermal sensor connector TPM CMOS clear jumper Figure 3 Removing the access panel Figure 4 Removing the front bezel Table 1 Expansion slot definitions Expansion slot Technology Bus width 3.

Remove a shield by pulling it away from the front of the chassis. For detailed drive cabling information.Installing an accessory card Figure 6 Installing an accessory card Figure 8 Installing a non-hot-plug drive Hot-plug drive installation Installing hard drives This system can support SATA and SAS drives in non-hot-plug and hot-plug hard disk drive cages. see the server hood label. Figure 10 Removing an optical drive bay shield . Figure 9 Installing a hot-plug-drive Non-hot-plug drive installation Figure 7 Removing a non-hot-plug hard drive cage Installing optical drives The lower two half-height media bays are shipped with drive bay shields.

2.   Table 2 DIMM slot configurations 1. use an antistatic wrist strap and grounding mat. Open the processor locking lever and the bracket. Do not remove the processor socket cover. Installing a processor For a two-processor system. remove the air baffle as shown previously. 1D – – – • • • 2A • • • • • • 3E – – – – • • 4B – • • • • • 5F – – – – – • 6C – – • • • • CAUTION: Failure to completely open the processor locking lever prevents the processor from seating during installation. IMPORTANT: Be sure the processor remains inside the processor installation tool. and then reinsert it. remove the DIMM. To access the processor sockets. leading to hardware damage. Handle the processor by the edges only. especially the contact area.   CAUTION: To prevent damage to DIMMs. remove the air baffle as shown in Figure 5. Install DIMMs in identical pairs for best performance. A single DIMM can be installed in DIMM slot 2A. If the processor has separated from the installation tool. both processors must be of the same type. and discharge static electricity before touching DIMMs.Figure 11 Installing an optical drive Figure 12 Installing a DIMM Installing memory Memory installation guidelines are as follows: • • • Use registered and unbuffered DDR3 ECC DIMM. reverse the orientation. carefully reinsert the processor in the tool. . and do not touch the bottom of the processor. If a DIMM does not fit completely or easily into the socket. Figure 13 Opening the lever and bracket – : Empty •: DIMM installed To access DIMM slots.

removing the cover Figure 15 Installing the processor CAUTION: Be sure to close the processor socket retaining bracket before closing the processor locking lever. The processor socket cover is automatically ejected. Install the heatsink. Press the tabs on the processor installation tool to separate it from the processor. and then remove the tool. Remove the cover. Align the processor installation tool with the socket. Figure 17 Closing the bracket and lever. 3.Figure 14 Reinserting the processor Figure 16 Removing the tool 5. Close the processor socket retaining bracket and the processor locking lever. Do not touch the processor socket contacts. requiring system board replacement. Forcing the lever closed can damage the processor and socket. The lever should close without resistance. and then install the processor. 6. CAUTION: THE PINS ON THE SYSTEM BOARD ARE VERY FRAGILE AND EASILY DAMAGED. THE PINS ON THE SYSTEM BOARD ARE VERY FRAGILE AND EASILY DAMAGED. Do not tilt or slide the processor when lowering the processor into the socket. To avoid damage to the system board: • • • Never install or remove a processor without using the processor installation tool. 4. .

.Figure 18 Installing the heatsink   NOTE: Ensure that the air flow arrow on top of the heatsink is pointing towards the rear of the chassis.

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