Question about Toshiba Magnia SG20 Server
If the magnia was equipped with a CD-Rom, a video card, keyboard/mouse ports or even a serial port, the advice to use "Hiren's BootCD" would be useful. However the advice is imcomplete at best. First, some advice. If the magnia is being used as a router (as opposed to a file sserver) I would advise against using the disk image from toshiba. It is showing it's age and is not secure. As a file server, it's fine. There are several alternative images. Yahoo's SG20 group is a good place to start. Next, you will need a means to transfer your disc image to the magnia. Most people use a USB<-->2.5" IDE adaptor and transfer the image using a laptop (which has the required video card, keyboard, and cd-rom). I've never re-imaged using the toshiba CD. So I don't know if the CD contains all the necessary software, or if you will need a BootCD (such as Hiren's). Good luck
Posted on Oct 01, 2007
Hi Steve You have to download Hiren's BootCD which will gives you all the tools you needed... Thankyou
Posted on Aug 25, 2007
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