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Configure Dell Poweredge T300 to boot from optical drive

I cannot have the BIOS menu to change the boot's configuration

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  • amir_layes Jan 09, 2013

    I have the bios menu but i have not Optical drive on my Boot Sequences .. it may not be a problem of SAS/Bios Integration ? my bios version is 1.4.6

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BIOS must see the optical drive. Re-seat / attach drive if it does not. The other option is to use another drive.

Posted on Jan 10, 2013

  • amir_layes Jan 10, 2013

    Thx a lot for your comment .. but it seems be well attached to the motherboard ! But , are you sure that with the 1.4.6 version of Bios manager we can boot on CD even if the computer is old ?

  • amir_layes Jan 14, 2013

    Thx a lot for your comment .. but it seems be well attached to the motherboard ! But , are you sure that with the 1.4.6 version of Bios manager we can boot on CD even if the computer is old ?

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