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By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation. End of content United StatesHewlett Packard Enterprise International CorporateCorporateAccessibilityCareersContact UsCorporate ResponsibilityEventsHewlett Packard LabsInvestor RelationsLeadershipNewsroomPublic PolicySitemapPartnersPartnersFind a I am using 2000 Server SP4 slipstreamed CD. Warranty status: Unspecified Check warranty status Drivers & software Help Knowledge base options Search HPE Support Center - HPE Top issues Most viewed solutions Advisories, bulletins & notices Manuals Troubleshoot a problem I have the HP RAID controller option with RAID1 config and needed to use a mfg supplied floppy drive in A: to install. useful reference

Doug 0 Kudos Reply e4services Honored Contributor Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content ‎08-27-2005 03:28 AM ‎08-27-2005 03:28 AM And then error occurs. You know, when windows 2003 asks me the raid drivers i give the driver. End of content United StatesHewlett Packard Enterprise International Start of Country Selector content Select Your Country/Region and Language Click or use the tab key to select your country ArgentinaAustraliaBelgiqueBoliviaBrasilCanadaCanada-françaisChileColombiaDeutschlandEcuadorEspañaFranceIndiaIrelandItaliaMéxicoNederlandNew ZealandÖsterreichParaguayPerúPolskaPortugalPuerto RicoSchweizSouth

Topic Options Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic for Current User Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page sinclair Occasional Visitor Mark as New I have NEC usb floppy. I cannot believe that HP doesn't supply the disk for system start disk. because i already have usb floppy.

Warranty status only indicates current warranty state. Open Windows Explorer Right-click on Computer Select "Properties" Look for the "System" heading to find the "System type" A 64-bit system may shown as: "64-bit Operating System" Subscribe to driver and yea right....... Showing results for  Search instead for  Did you mean:  Menu Categories Solutions IT Transformation Topics Big Data Cloud Security Infrastructure Strategy and Technology Products Cloud Integrated Systems Networking Servers and Operating

If you have an active Support Agreement or HPE packaged support, you can link them to your profile to ensure access to all services. But problem is not with installation, the problem is about raid drivers. No smartstart cd available :( HP sez, just load OS CD and off you go. Warranty status: Unspecified Check warranty status Drivers & software Help Knowledge base options Search HPE Support Center - HPE Top issues Most viewed solutions Advisories, bulletins & notices Manuals Troubleshoot a problem

Here is what is the kicker... Doug 0 Kudos Reply All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic 6 REPLIES Dennis_170 Occasional Visitor Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend If you have an active Support Agreement or HPE packaged support, you can link them to your profile to ensure access to all services. You can find it in the Windows directory.

So I hooked up an Iomage USB floppy drive, OS Setup recogized controller, 'loaded' driver from a: and continued on to Windows Setup process. http://h20564.www2.hpe.com/hpsc/swd/public/readIndex?sp4ts.oid=455037&swLangOid=8&swEnvOid=1110 Why? How they can be agree to use third part programs (n-lite) to configure such a important machine - server. When i must configure RAID?

Is the Iomage the problem?Also using the txtsetup 0 Kudos Reply Doug Null Occasional Contributor Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report see here But there are already 2 hdd exits. Other model servers do come shipped with the Smartstart CD to deploy the server.Another thing to clarify, using nlite or other methods is not supported by HP. If you have an active Support Agreement or HPE packaged support, you can link them to your profile to ensure access to all services.

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&objectID=c00367089 0 Kudos Reply sinclair Occasional Visitor Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content ‎01-04-2007 03:16 AM ‎01-04-2007 03:16 AM In fact the recommended way, is to use the USB FDD. By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation. End of content United StatesHewlett Packard Enterprise International CorporateCorporateAccessibilityCareersContact UsCorporate ResponsibilityEventsHewlett Packard LabsInvestor RelationsLeadershipNewsroomPublic PolicySitemapPartnersPartnersFind a http://kssrt.com/hp-proliant/hp-proliant-dl140-g3-raid-drivers.php Open Windows Explorer Right-click on Computer Select "Properties" Look for the "System" heading to find the "System type" A 64-bit system may shown as: "64-bit Operating System" Subscribe to driver and

Please help..Thank you all 0 Kudos Reply KarloChacon Honored Contributor Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content ‎10-25-2007 03:22 AM An example of an HP external USB floppy drive would be part number F5101B.OrDownload the latest controller drivers and burn a bootable ISO image with the Controller drivers and the OS But it stops with the file adpachi.sys.

So i have 2 hdd there, and i need to configure raid 1 or 0, how to do?

Check the quick specs: http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/12205_div/12205_div.HTML You can configure a software RAID within the OS 0 Kudos Reply dms_1 Trusted Contributor Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Warranty status only indicates current warranty state. Other brands my work fine but are not tested. Printable version Privacy statement Using this site means you accept its terms Feedback to webmaster © 2013 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.

Select driver language and OS Driver language Chinese (Simplified) Chinese (Traditional) English French German Italian Japanese Korean Spanish Operating systems in English Select your product's operating system DR-DOS HP-UX 11.23 HP-UX End of content United StatesHewlett Packard Enterprise International Start of Country Selector content Select Your Country/Region and Language Click or use the tab key to select your country ArgentinaAustraliaBelgiqueBoliviaBrasilCanadaCanada-françaisChileColombiaDeutschlandEcuadorEspañaFranceIndiaIrelandItaliaMéxicoNederlandNew ZealandÖsterreichParaguayPerúPolskaPortugalPuerto RicoSchweizSouth I circumvented this problem by adding the Adaptec SCSI Raid driver to a CD Installation using instructions at http://unattended.msfn.org/intermediate/drivers/raid.htm and a slipstream program named Autostream to created a iso image of http://kssrt.com/hp-proliant/hp-proliant-dl140-g3-raid-driver.php this is adpachi.sys.

After the OS has already initally recognized the controller and Drive and after I have created and formatted a partion using OS setup on the drive and during the file copy http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/us/en/ss/WF05a/15351-241434-241475-241475-f78-455149.html Embedded SATA Controller or PCI Card ? how you explane that?thanks. 0 Kudos Reply ~sesh Esteemed Contributor Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content ‎10-25-2007 07:05 PM At this point in the setup process, It does not recognize the USB FLoppy and I am unable to continue past this section.

Community ProLiant Servers (ML,DL,SL) All communityThis categoryThis boardUsers cancel turn on suggestions Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by OS Install recognized the raid array with no probs.Bart 0 Kudos Reply The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

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