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You may need raid controller driver for HP proliant ml 350. Copy raid controller driver in flopy disc, insert it in flopy drive, insert cd in cd driver, boot server from cd and start installation process, as soon as you see Press F6 if you need to install third party scsi drivers or raid controller, press F6 and follow the instruction. It will then ask you to select RAID driver file and then will continue to windows xp installation.
Go inside the server, and remove the CMOS battery. It should look like this.
3. Be sure to power down your server before taking it out. Be aware that once you take this out the system will forget a lot of it's time settings. This is the battery that keeps the computer's memory of time, date, and BIOS password when it's shutdown.
use this guide, this is fo the embedded sata raid controller that comes standar with the ml150 g5.
Enabling SATA RAID functionality in the BIOS Setup Utility:
1.Boot the server, and then press F10 to enter the ROM-Based Setup Utility (RBSU).
2.Go to the advanced tab.
3.Enter the IDE configuration or hard disk configuration.
4.Change the ATA/IDE configuration to enhanced or SATA controller 2 enhanced (if not available then use enabled mode).
5.Configure SATA as RAID or configure controller 1 as RAID.
6.F10 to save and exit.
7.Reboot the server.
8.During post f8 will now show up for the embedded SATA set up.
•Creating the RAID volume.
1.Enter the embedded SATA setup by pressing f8 during post.
2.Enter the array configuration utility.
3.Enter create array.
4.Create the raid volume as desired.
5.Save and exit.
ProLiant ML150 G6 and DL160 G6 (HP Smart Array B110i SATA RAID) does not support more than 4GB memory, (2GBX2 modules) or more added, it works fine with single 2GB module. Boot OS with single module and upgrade system Rompack to the latest version then upgrade B110i controller driver to 188.8.131.52. Shut down the server, add additional modules. It will work fine.
This particular device will require drivers for the Operating System to use. Also the hard disk drives will have to be installed an initialized outside the Operating System first before use. This is usually during startup after the system BIOS. The exact steps can be found on the RAID card manufacturer's web site.
Sometimes shortened to RAID 10, RAID 1+0 is a particular combination of
two different RAID levels: mirroring (RAID 1) and striping (RAID 0).
The appeal of RAID 1+0 is simple: mirroring gives you the highest level
of availability RAID offers, with the fastest rebuild times when a disk
fails; while striping - using the proper chunk size - is the basis for high-performance I/O.
If you are booting the server from a Windows installation disk and it is unable to detect the hard drive, this typically means the following things. You need to provide the driver for the RAID controller of the server (this can vary, depending on the version of the ML370 e.g. G4/G5) If it still cannot detect the hard drive after providing the driver for the RAID controller or if there is not a driver available for NT4, it may not support the controller. In this case you can remove the RAID set by entering the RAID setup (could be LSI or adaptec). NOTE THIS WILL DESTROY ALL DATA ON THE DISKS THAT ARE A PART OF THIS RAID SET.