I have a similar problem like this: HP ML350 G5 Smart Array E200i battery error

Gets error message that says it is low voltage power on battery. Has measured voltages of the battery and it is exactly what it should be. Error code is: 269

Anybody have an idea what I should do?

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Do exactly what was specified in the answer to the question you linked.

The RAID controller battery is a user-servicable part. It has a planned lifetime of ~3 years.

You should replace the battery (Call HP). Also upgrade your controller firmware, since old versions of the firmware falsely reported bad battery status.

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  • The firmware is up to date. But i check the voltage of battery, and it's perfect... – KjetilP Mar 25 '13 at 0:44
  • Which server model and controller are you using? Is your server under warranty? – ewwhite Mar 25 '13 at 0:54
  • Its a HP ML350 G5 with Smart Array E200i SCSI controller. Using a multimeter to be sure it was okay with battery power.I reset the bios, it solved the problem. – KjetilP Mar 25 '13 at 3:36

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