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Network Adapter Driver

Please I need a driver for my server.

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    Please I need a network driver for my server.

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http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/DriverDownload.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&prodNameId=257770&taskId=135&prodTypeId=15351&prodSeriesId=254843&lang=en&cc=us

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HP didn't make driver for WinXP, since this is a server and supposed to run either Linux or Server2003 or 2008.

I would try one of the Server 2003 drivers and see if you can get it to work, since this OS has the same architecture as XP.

You did not mention, which network adapter you have, so I cant' be more specific. Simply go to HP's support page here and just try them. Hopefully one will get you up and running.

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The booting-up sequence stops at "DHCP loading" for about 1 minute then the display on the monitor switches to a simple animation illustrating a floppy disk being installed. I guess that the disk required...


Your question exceeds the time and space limits I have for FixYa answers but I will give you quick high-level that should move you in the right direction.

When a system cannot find a bootable disk it will attempt to use its network adapter to boot from a network share. The network adapter needs an IP adress to perform this task so it attempts to get an address from a DHCP server. If there is no DHCP server it cannot access the network or a share to boot from.

First, make sure the system is configured to boot to the CD-ROM/DVD drive first. Make sure that if you have an SBS DVD installation disk that you have a DVD drive on the server.

Second, you must "Press any key" when the server attempts to boot to the CD/DVD or it will just move on to the next bootable device.

Third, if you are installing to a RAID or SCSI controller you will need to press F6 when the install begins. Later you will be prompted to insert the diskette that has your RAID/SCSI driver. The driver can be downloaded from the controller mfg's website.

Finally, finish your OS install by answering the prompts, installing all of the hardware drivers and installing all Windows critical and security updates.

I could keep typing out details and possible challenges for days. I have been an engineer for 15-years and I still run into unusual events that require me to make educated guesses.

You may find that bringing in an expert could save you significant time and ensure that this is done correctly. Even I call out for help from time to time.

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Then go to a computer part vendor like CDW.com and search using the "network adapter" "gigabit" and the interface.

Better yet, give them a call and let them search for you.

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