Question about IBM (01K7207) SCSI Controller
We had a IBM e346 8840 Server and 2 RAMS were malfunctioning. When the RAM is removed its giving a message SCSI Controller not found. We tried to upgrade the Flash BIOS but it also cannot find the controller. Please help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: IBM IntelliStation Z Pro 6221
Mayeb you need to repair the OS - In which case you will need to have SCSI Controller XP OS floppy driver obtained from IBM website.
Start up the computer booting up from the CD ROM. Then when it comes to "install thrid party devices" - press 'S' and insert the floppy with the SCSI Coontroller on it and follow the on screen instructions.
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
this is not an error message, see: http://www-304.ibm.com/systems/support/supportsite.wss/docdisplay?brandind=5000008&lndocid=MIGR-41551
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
strange. with 4gb of ram, it should be fast. try to install better version of windows like win 7. it could help you. just don't install vwindows vista cause is slow as hell. let me know if it worked
Posted on Jun 28, 2010
SOURCE: I have IBM eServer with
First, buy an external storage device, at least 80GB (although it's currently difficult to find any _smaller_ size!) and make a file-by-file, folder-by-folder, backup of your 73GB of "data".
Second, buy another external storage device, and do a Google-search for "drive image freeware".
Pick one of those applications, and do a "image" backup to this second external storage device.
Third, disconnect the 3 "old" drives, carefully label them, and set them aside.
Fourth, connect the 3 "new" drives, delete the old RAID-5 array definition,
and create a new RAID-5 array definition.
Fifth, do an "image restore" from the second external storage device to the new array.
If you have any problems, all you need to do to "back-out" is to:
* disconnect the "new" drives
* reconnect the "old" drives
* delete the "new" array definition
* redefine the "old" array definition
and you're back to the "old" configuration.
Posted on Dec 07, 2010
SOURCE: I have IBM Server x3400
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The problem is with the raid controller . Either the controller is faulty or it is due to dust or happen some shake. To rectify this issue do the following
1: Switch off the server 2: Remove the Raid controller from the server and clean the dust . ( Please Don't touch with hand just blow air ) 3: Clean the Controller slot 4: Refix the Controller and power on the server . 5: Check whether the controller is booting or not . 6: If you gets same problem then replace the controller
Posted on Mar 05, 2011
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