Question about Dell PowerEdge 2600 Server
I had brought an old PowerEdge 2600 server from someone.
It seems they had formatted all the scsi hot swap drives .
Server does boot up into the BIOS and it shows cdrom as first boot seq.
I have the DELL system management/diagnostics cd and when I put the cd's
in the server it does not boot to the cdrom .
This server is a compleate wast of time trust me
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
You need to set the boot device order. Usually F12.
or you can go to bios with F2 or F10.
your cd-rom is wrong you need the Instalation and Server Management CD. I think it's possible to download this cd at their site.
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