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Hi everyone! I have a question that has been boggling my mind since Wednesday. I am performing a burnin on one of the servers at work. I have attempted this twice now and it stops at two minutes each time! I've never had this problem in the past. I suspect the NIC is shot. Has anyone out there experienced this and have any other suggestions/recommendations?

~Amy
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What are you doing?
 
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Samsung EVO 120Gb Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 500 Corsair h70 Windows 7 Pro 
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Asus VW266H 1920x1200 Logitech G-15 CORSAIR HX750 Antec 900 
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Logitech Performance MX 
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I'm attempting a burn in process to detect hardware issues on a ZT server, EC2 to be exact. I will not complete the process. It stops at exactly two minutes into the process.
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I can honestly say, dealing with a massive data center on a daily basis for work, I've never once performed a "burn-in" process.

These things are factory tested. If something fails. Warranty Call!
    
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post #5 of 6
Exactly this. I have worked in huge data centers and never once have I encountered a burn in process. Servers are designed to work as is with no messing.
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Thanks for responding! I'm really wondering about the whole burn in. :-)
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