Question about IBM eServer xSeries 206
I have a server with windows 2k server installed in a HDD SCSI, but When a SATA drive is attached for data storage purpose, the system not initialize, because the system recognize the SATA drive like a boot disk.
Changing the boot order in the BIOS don't works.
Not a solution: just a follow up. Did you work this out, as I have the same problem now. For others info: the xseries 206, has 2 sata connections which can be configured as a sata raid. It also has 3 hot pluggable scsi slots. When the sata drives are not connected it boots off the scsi to win server. As soon as the satas are plug in ( 1 or 2, raid or not) it wants to boot off the sata drive. Any help would be great.
Posted on Dec 15, 2010
Refer to user's manual how to set the boot order in BIOS.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
I had this configuration, and it's just needed to set the boot order correctly in the bios menu. For me, it worked. Now, I got an adaptec 7T sata raid controller, and I have both SCSI raid and Sata raid together (320GB + 1Tera).
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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