Question about Compaq ProLiant DL380 Server
Hi! i need the floppy disks to boot to dos or into the bios i cant get it to boot off the cd rom at all.
You can boot with an "xp" bot disk, dos (any version) or any other os but that is not keepiing you ooout of the bios...just hit "f10" when prompted and you will be in the config....f8 gets you into the ilo setup you will ned to download the array drivers ( and expand the file to a floppy) to add it to windows 2000 or w2k server during the install as well
Posted on Aug 07, 2012
If i remember correctly, The Compaq ProLiant doesn't have a boot time BIOS configuration system. You can't hit F2 or F10 or DEL on boot to get to the BIOS. Instead, you have to use DOS/Windows programs for BIOS configuration. You will need the smartstart (anywhere from 350MB to 600MB download) and firmware maintenance CDs (somewhere around 350MB) for your model of Proliant. You can download it from HP. Just start at support.hp.com, select your location, then search on your model.
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