Question about HP ProLiant DL365 G5 Server
I'm trying to install Windows Server 2012 on an HP Proliant dl365 G5 server, but when I use a single hard drive for installation, it is not detected by Windows.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, I found this thread interesting. Will try it out today.
It says that the right driver is not in the support CD!! As per the link, the problem was solved for him once he used a USB Floppy drive (Windows compatible).
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
Download the latest Proliant Support Pack from HP's web site. This will update the drivers for everything on the server at once.
Just go to hp.com and click the link for "Support & Drivers" at the top, then click the radio button to download drivers and enter ML350 into the text box. Select the G5 from the list and then select your OS. The PSP will be near the bottom of the page. The display driver will be close to the top if you just want to update it.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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Posted on Mar 27, 2010
Save any critical or important files. Even if this is an secondary hard drive installation.
Turn off the power and unplug the PC from the outlet. Also, unplug all external connections to the Windows PC. Be sure to touch something metal to ground the user. Static electrical shocks can damage a PC.
Open the PC housing and determine the placement of the hard drive. Generally computers come with a latch that, when pressed, opens the housing. Make certain the space necessary for the hard drive is available. Usually the drive bays are in the front of the PC near the CD or DVD drives.
Make sure the IDE jumpers are set correctly. If the hard drive is the primary drive then set the jumpers to "Master" mode. If the hard drive is the secondary drive then set the jumpers to "Slave" mode. Please consult the hard drive's manual for the proper jumper setting for each mode. Another possibility--if there are two hard drive, set both drives to "Cable select" mode and the Windows PC will choose which one to make "Master" and "Slave."
Mount the hard drive in the available internal slot. The drive is sometimes mounted with four screws to the drive bay. Some internal drives have a rail that slides into the open bay. Look at the other devices to determine which mounting option is available in the specific computer.
Connect the hard drive cables to the Windows PC. Connect the power supply connector to the available cable. Next, connect the data cable to the available connector. The internal data cable usually has a red stripe to make identification easier.
Close the housing and reconnect the external power supply. Plug the external cables back into the computer and reconnect to the power supply.
Configure the BIOS. The BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) is accessible during computer start-up. To access the BIOS consult the computer manual to find out with which key press during start-up. Most often, the key is F8. Once in the BIOS change the hard drive setting to "Auto detect." When finished, exit the BIOS and allow the start-up to continue.
Format and partition the Windows PC hard drive. Select "Start" from the operating system menu. Choose "Control panel" from the start menu. Next click on "Administrative tools". From the administrative tools menu choose the "Computer management" icon and finally "Disk management." Choose the new hard drive and right click. Select "New partition" from the right click menu. Follow the on-screen option to partition and format the drive the drive.
Restart the computer and check the hard drive to ensure it is operating properly.
Posted on Feb 23, 2011
SOURCE: i am unable to instal
Option 1 (HIGLY Recommended): HP servers should come with an install disk that prepares the windows installer for you. Boot from that disk,tell it your OS, and pop in the disk for the OS when prompted. It will come up fine and have all the HP monitoring agents installed.
Option 2: Load the driver the old fashioned way. Unless you have a floppy drive the standard "Press F6 to load drivers" trick won't work. If you do, then you'll need to put the RAID driver on the disk.
Option 3: Use an installation customizer like nLite to pre-add the RAID driver to the Windows 2003 installer.
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
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