I am getting the error 11002800 on my p7-720 machine which means that the top cover is removed.But I have not removed the top cover.Is this the bug or what.I have the following firmware level installed on my machine
The current permanent system firmware image is AL730_035
The current temporary system firmware image is AL730_035
The system is currently booted from the temporary firmware image
alethad 100000AM2G286 Posts
Re: 11002800 error in 8202-E4B2013-01-02T18:46:13ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Is this suddenly occurring? You haven't had the hardware worked on recently? Or someone did it when you weren't looking and just forgot to tell you?
It might be just a bad sensor. Probably would want your hardware engineer check it out or consult him about it. Unless you feel comfortable enough to reseat the cover yourself just to see if the error stops.
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Re: 11002800 error in 8202-E4B2013-01-24T09:01:10ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Today again I got the same problem.Do i need to change the sensor.I am the hardware engineer.So i need to tell customer if it is the board problem or not.
Thanks in advance
dukessd 2000004Q8P345 Posts
Re: 11002800 error in 8202-E4B2013-01-25T02:33:32ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
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"my p7-720" "I have not removed the top cover" "my machine"
"Probably would want your hardware engineer check it out or consult him about it."
"I am the hardware engineer.So i need to tell customer"...
I'm sorry buy it doesn't add up.
I guess you are selling IBM services and you have no affiliation with IBM, if you do then just raise a service request.
You obviously don't own the machine either, or even work for the company who does, despite claiming it is your machine.
You are posting on the IBM forum, trying to get for free, advice from on how to do your job, and sell IBM services for your own gain!
I think your customer should get a new hardware engineer or take out a maintenance agreement with IBM who will be better placed to help them.
Sorry, but if you are trying to sell a service you cannot provide I'm only going to say this is not the place to ask how to get out of the hole you have dug and then fallen into.
I hope this post provides you with some ideas in which direction to take in life.