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Hello I have a query guys on hp ML350 server is that at the end of the inauguration of Windows blue screen appears You change the RAM first and then reduce Alhardat from three to two, but without the benefit of When experimenting with IDE Hard Windows see and format the hard and does not appear Please help

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The system is not designed to use IDE hard drives which why you are getting a blue screen. It is designed to use SCSI hard drives and IDE CD/DVD drives. It might be possible to go into the server's BIOS setup and change the boot device from the onboard SCSI controller to the IDE controller. It is very likely that you will have to disconnect all SCSI devices to boot to IDE, if it is possible.
I hope this helps.

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There was a critical HP ProLiant ML350 G5 ROM BIO upgrade dated on 17 Aug 2010.
Please bookmark the bio update link HERE for reference.

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Check your monitor Hz and display resolution setting.
Did you change any video driver or resolution before reboot?
If all else fail then swap in a simple S-VGA card and let Windows 2003 to sort out the 640X480 display mode.
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SOURCE: my server is keeping booting and can't log in to windows

Hello,

You issue could be both hardware and software related. The Blue Screen of Death is one that I don't like to see but can be easy to solve at times. First, I would recommend you recheck and hardware that was newly installed; memory cards, cables, etc. Verify they are connected or inserted correctly. Next, if this is a new install of Windows 2008, verify that your server meets the hardware captiablity for S2008. (Remember, this is a 64-bit os and you will need drivers if your server is 32-bit based.) You can find this out by inserting the Windows Server 2008 boot disc and run the Check System for Compatiablity function from the menu.
If you are certain that you have no hardware issues and the install was performed correctly, you may need to reinstall Server '08 and monitor the install for any exceptions that may occur.

Good Luck,
C2Solutions

Posted on Nov 25, 2011

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