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Event ID: 2 Source: OMCI

Source
Level
Description
Chassis intrusion detected. This typically does NOT indicate a hardware failure.  
1. Contact your Help Desk if you did not personally open your chassis.  
2. Enter System Setup & Set Chassis Intrusion to "Clear".
Comments
 
From a newsgroup post: "Many cases now have a switch that changes a BIOS setting when you open the
case. Usually, this is for a business class machine. To (probably) remove the message appearing, reboot the machine and go into the BIOS setting and look for an option for "Chassis Intrusion Detection" and you can either reset it or disable it. Obviously this is aimed at the company that wants/needs to know when somebody is mucking around inside a machine where they don't belong."

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