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At startup before OS is loaded you will be prompted to press F8 to enter system setup at this point press F8. This message only last a few second. If you didn't get it the first time reboot the system and pay attention to get this message.
To get to the BIOS for your server, press F10 at start-up. This should get you there to verify if settings are detecting SCSI devices. If they are there, you may have to reinstall the SCSI controller drivers. Good Luck.
If you are booting the server from a Windows installation disk and it is unable to detect the hard drive, this typically means the following things. You need to provide the driver for the RAID controller of the server (this can vary, depending on the version of the ML370 e.g. G4/G5) If it still cannot detect the hard drive after providing the driver for the RAID controller or if there is not a driver available for NT4, it may not support the controller. In this case you can remove the RAID set by entering the RAID setup (could be LSI or adaptec). NOTE THIS WILL DESTROY ALL DATA ON THE DISKS THAT ARE A PART OF THIS RAID SET.
Check your Hardware configuration. This usually happens when you tell the system BIOS that you have for example, a second floppy or Hard Drive, when you do not. So it stops and asks you what to do next.