20 Most Recent HP ProLiant ML110 Server Questions & Answers


BUT you need to be specific which Generation of HP Proliant Ml110 that this is, there are at least 6 different versions. Look for "Gen 5" for example if it is a Generation 5

HP ProLiant... | Answered on Nov 02, 2019

You can download the video and device drivers from the Compaq/HP WEBsupport/download page. Make sure you select your model ccomputer and the Windowsdrivers you require and install them. Click on this link to download thedrivers: -

HP ProLiant... | Answered on May 24, 2018

HP does not support XP on their servers so you won't find appropriate drivers on their site under the ML110. The 110 is low end and in reality shares more in common with mid to high end PCs than othe servers though. Other than storage drivers you will probably be able to just let the XP install handle things.

For storage drivers you'll probably have to use the F6 option when installing and experiment until you find a driver that works. It's possible tha the Server 2003 driver will work but I wouldn't bet on it.

HP ProLiant... | Answered on Mar 06, 2018

its server not a PC, servers are not desktops nor personal computers, they serve fails only, so no need for sound
but has sonic beeper for errors sure.

buy a sound card , pretend its 1987, and you need a sound blaster car for pc THAT HAD NO SOUND THEN,. remember ?
bingo same deal, 2018, new egg sells many
and even USB dongle sound card are sold now.
or use head phones the have sound chip inside.
lots of ways to do it.

if you went to HP.com
and found no drivers and the data sheet show no chip ,it's true.
I have proliant (g7) for video server here, it rocks but no sound on it..
.we watch it on our sub lan. using a video player.

to add a PCI-express sound card on mine we must put in a riser card first. to add it. not sure yours, too lazy tonight to RTM your manual. (yard work was killler)

HP ProLiant... | Answered on Mar 01, 2018

You can put anything you like into that field. It wont affect the server operation. The asset text is only for network management purposes, to assist in identifying the server from a remote location.

HP ProLiant... | Answered on Mar 27, 2017

you will have to buy the softwear

HP ProLiant... | Answered on May 24, 2016


HP ProLiant... | Answered on Oct 12, 2014

That's not a question.

HP ProLiant... | Answered on Sep 07, 2014

its missing or its not working

HP ProLiant... | Answered on Aug 18, 2014

Shut the computer OFF and open the case. Check to be sure that the power cables AND the data cables that come from the power supply and motherboard (or IDE controller expansion card) and go to the HD / Optical / Floppy drives are all fully seated into their respective connection points. Some data cables (SATA types in particular) for HD and optical drives are easily dislodged from the jacks on the drive and controller. Make sure you don't disrupt any of them while checking. This may be a good time to vac / blow any accumulated dust out of the case. Make sure the power supply ventilation slots and fan are not clogged with dust and dirt. The same holds true for any other fan and heat sink on CPU, video processor, MoBo chipsets, etc. Dust will cause interfere with cooling and cause these components to run hot. Heat will cause erratic operation.

If your drives are controlled by an expansion card (ie: not from the motherboard itself), you may wish to remove and re-seat the card in the motherboard slot. This helps to re-establish good continuity between the slot and the card contacts.

When satisfied that the cables and expansion cards are connected properly, replace the cover and power up. Enter the BIOS setup page and make sure that all of the drives are listed. Make sure that the your boot drive appears in the list of drives your computer will seek at boot time. As long as the drives in the boot order do not have bootable media or sectors, the computer should eventually check your boot drive. Of course, if you set the boot drive as the first bootable device,the boot time will be reduced.

If you can't boot your normal boot drive, you should obtain a bootable image and place it on media that matches a bootable drive on your computer (USB, Floppy, CD or DVD). You can download boot images for Windows / DOS / etc. here free of charge.

Once you have booted from one of these images, you can proceed to test and optimally copy data from a drive the will no longer boot. If you are unable to access the original boot drive, there may be a problem with the cable, power, controller or even the disk itself. Your ability to recover the data will depend on how much time & money you want to spend on doing so.

I hope this helps & good luck!

HP ProLiant... | Answered on Aug 16, 2014

Try updating the firmware and BIOS for the server. Most likely you have a drive that simply isn't recognized by the revision level you are currently running. If that doesn't work, try swapping another drive in to see if it fixes the problem.

HP ProLiant... | Answered on Jun 22, 2014


HP ProLiant... | Answered on May 05, 2014

provide exact details what you require

HP ProLiant... | Answered on Sep 20, 2013

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