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The hard drive needs to be set as the first SCSI ID device boot device..
The hard drive needs to have the jumper set to SCSI ID 0, the CD and FDD can be set to SCSI ID 1 and SCSI ID 2. No SCSI devices can have the same SCSI ID number unless it is on a different SCS controller.
If you're getting this error message very frequently then change the hard drive connector to any different available SCSI port on the motherboard. This issue is generally caused due to a problem in the SCSI port on the mobo.
To stop the Beep alert, click Start button, Control Panel, Sound devices.
In the sound properties window, click on the Sound tab, then select and highlight the "Default Beep" under the Program Events section then select "NONE" from the drop down under the Sounds section then click Apply and OK.
Then, restart the Computer for the changes to take effect.
This is a serious problem and you could easily guess wrong and blow away your data.
Good news is that Dell servers have lifetime support. Without a warranty you will have to pay for any parts you need but, if you are lucky, you won't need any. If you do get the part # from Dell and check eBay for it.
Get the Service Tag from the server and call Dell Technical Support.
You can get the phone # from their website.
I think it's not the problem with your SCSI drive.
Long beep might be because of the RAM. Take a look inside and see if everything's alright with RAM. Carefully replace it to another slot if there are empty.
Download and use a program like MemTest to see if RAM is properly working.
If you have another computer which is compatible with your RAM, try it inserting then in to PC and see if everyhting's alright.
If nothing helps, then purchase a new RAM module
Hi there you have the insight diagnostic cd boot the server with it then when you boot be careful not to erase the server there you will find the offline diagnostics tool where you can select the HDD you want to diagnosis if the hdd fails it will alert in red color its that sinmple
If the Bios did not detect the third drive, try switching it to a known working slot and see if you have a bad drive, or something wrong with the cage or cabling. The 3000 were shipped with either a 68 pin drive cage or a 80 pin drive cage. The 68 pin drives and the 80 pin drives are not interchangeable. To make matter worse, the drive cage would be configured as simplex or duplex. For duplex mode, you will need to connect two SCSI cables to the cage.
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Select "F2" to accept data loss and re-enable logical drive. This Load OS Normally . It seems that one of the HDD in the RAID 5 has failed , Did you notice any LED indications like red or amber on the HDDs ?? if so get that hdd replaced . Make sure the Failed HDD is replaced . You can run the Array Diagnostic Utility from HP System tools to check the Failed Drives and also frimware version of the controller . If the frimware is not latest Update it from HP website. DL380 G4 should have Smart Array 6i controller .