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AK75 Well! got my comp past the searching for server, only to get stuck on searching for Kernel! I had it booted until I put my ethernet card in, whats it doing? thanx iain6312

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My mother board is mercury. Some numbers is there like p19 45gcm v1.0a 15-v33-011098

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hi sir,

1. first reset the printserver
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3. use a w/l comp on which we can go online
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If this doesn't help, pull PCI cards one by one (except for the RAID card, if any - but do pull out, clean and put back in the RAID card just in case it's a contact issue) at a time until the system boots (or just try safe mode, but this won't tell you which one is a problem).

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Have you tried another SCSI port , another SCSI card , another SCSI drive , swopping if it is card problem or drive or both problem ?.

If you have a spare SCSI hd , plug it in to same port and see if it works . Swop to another port and see if the spare SCSI hd works. Swop to another SCSI card and see if spare SCSI hd works.

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If you don't , after you settle this matter , make sure you get a maintenance contract for all your critical servers / equipment.

Maint Contracts seem expensive when nothing breaks down. However , when they do , it makes every worry go away.

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Set it to
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