Now that you have identified the component which is at fault, it's time to replace it.
Important: before making any changes to your system, always ensure that you have a recent backup of your data.
Since your system is Out of Warranty, the replacement of the part will involve a fee for the parts and labor. To request a new part, you can post a new thread on our dedicated Out of Warranty forum here.
The following information should be provided to hasten the process:
Please don´t share private information such as the Service Tag, Express Service Code, e-mail address... A Dell Technical Support engineer will contact you privately to get this information.
You can also review your system configuration using the service tag on the Dell Support Site. Here is an article which explains how to do so: How to check your system configuration?
Now that you have the part, it's time to replace it to ensure the system's health is optimal.
Our dedicated How-To guide provides detailed steps to follow: How-To Server Pages > How to replace a Physical Disk?
You can also check the user manual for your server for more details: http://wwwdell.com/support/manuals
As indicated in the generic troubleshooting guidelines, it is crucial to confirm that the issue is fully resolved. You should:
If all goes well during those steps, we can consider that the issue is fixed.