Hi.Im hoping you can help me.Recently I went to my music prograame to make me a cd of music on my progamme sonic digital media.When i got to put my disc in ,it came up ne driver selected and i don't no how to fix the problem and get the driver put back,Im thinking it was accidently deleted.
Please can you help me.Thankyou very much
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First, it's not booting from a CD or Hard Disk if you've reached that error. The 'last-ditch' effort to boot is to attempt a PXE boot from the network card, but your Ethernet cable isn't plugged in. Unless you know you've setup such a PXE boot server, you'll want to check the BIOS settings to be sure the CD-ROM is set to boot first, followed by the Hard Disc. Be sure you have Disc 1 of the Linux installation set in the CD-ROM Drive and reboot. If you don't get the install screen, you may have another issue (bad CD-ROM Drive, bad cable/controller, no power to CD-ROM, etc.)
Another note on the DL380, if there is a RAID controller, you'll need to setup the RAID before installing the OS. You'll want to make sure your hard drives are properly installed and aren't failed. The RAID configuration screen will verify the RAID status once it has been initialized, which will somewhat verify the drive status.
Ive had this same thing happen to me over the years and ruined many CDs. Im not really sure why it does this unfortunately. I too have tried a few diffrent burning programs. Sometimes, however, Ive noticed tht its the same songs that mess up on each burn. Ive tried to reburn using diffrent songs and put the ones tht it skipped or were "blank" on on the new cd N it didnt work then either. The only solution I ever came up with was that it was the song itself wouldnt burn for some reason. Try redownloading the song from a diffrent site and see if the new one burns. I hope this helps some in your problem.
I had the same problem. LOVE that Music Server. Icouldn't find how to replace the CD drive, since it's no longer sold. MyAV guy didn't have a fix either.
So instead, I'm using the External CD Input. I had a bunch of problems setting it up, but finally got the settings right and it works fine. But it doesn't grab the artist/song info so I had to input that manually. At least it's a way to add new cds. We connected our external cd player via theanalog input. On the server front panel, make sure you have the sound level forthe "Analog Record Level" dial input (far right button on front) setto midway. On the top menu (hopefully you're using a TV for this), go toRecording-Store from External Source. Choose "Analog" forInputs.
REC Type: SYNCRO: full auto. Then select "StartRecording". Then go to your external cd drive and start it. Onthe TV screen you should then see the green bars for volume, etc, and it shouldsay "Recording" at top right. You should also hear the music.
Bad News - if the server was dropped really hard, the drives needles may be damaged and can not read the data on the disk(s).
Good News - If you know of a local company that do hard drive repair, they may be able to get the drive to work again to at least transfer the information to a new drive. (Check you local yellow pages for Data Recovery services.)
Hope you at least have a backup of the information that was on the drives.
Have you checked boot device options....from BIOS
Use F9 during boot to goto ROM-BIOS and change Boot device option to CDROM/DVDROM.
Insert Boot media or DVD-Win2003, to DVD-ROM device..
reboot Server, try now
If still issue.. Check to boot Server using some other media..
if other cd media works, then it could be DVD-Win2003 faulty, otherwise download firmware for CD/DVDROM and upgrade it and check if DVDROM works, otherwise you have to contact Dell Support..
It looks like you rebooted with the installation CD/DVD in the CD/DVD drive. Take the install disk out of the optical drive, and set the server to boot from a hard drive, preferably the hard drive with Linux installed on it. You can do it. I have faith in you.
1. Make sure the CDROM is set as the first boot device in BIOS.
2. Insert the Windows XP/2000 cd in the CDROM
3. Restart the server
4. When 'Press any key to boot to cd' message is displayed, press any key
5. Follow the steps to reinstall the operating system, one of your options will be to format (I would recommend NTFS)