Question about Dell PowerEdge 2500 Server
So if I got a new bigger drive.. say 30 Gigs could I make a strict copy of the C drive now over to this new drive? then set that drive as the servers boot drive? and I also have no idea what kind of hard drives are compatible with this computer. I need help figuring that out and if there is any other parts needed.
You can use Norton Ghost to copy your current hard drive to the new one. And when you boot the new drive, the only difference you will see is more hard drive space.
As for interfacing, since you say the drive in there already is a 30 GB, it is most likely an IDE connection. This can be identified by a ribbon cable about two inches wide running to the drive.
Posted on May 22, 2008
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