Question about Dell Precision T3500 Computer Workstation (Intel Xeon W3503 160GB1GB) (BW1S13604) PC Desktop
Go to the BIOS settings and make sure the drives are recognized by the BIOS. Ensure they are set as either Master or Slave drives depending on where they are fitted.
Your OS should, once the BIOS picks them up, format as required.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
Please take a look at the manual and it should be clearer:
http://www.user-manual.info/496443/personal-computer/dell/t3500/ User manual for Dell T3500 user manual servicing manual settings and...
Posted on Sep 19, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You might need to install or re-install the chipset.
Heres the direct link to the chipset drivers on the dell site
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