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How to enter in bios to boot change sequence in ProLiant ML 530

How to enter in bios to boot change sequence in ProLiant ML530

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Press F10 during post boot if you have smartstart installed in the partition. If not, you need to boot from SmartStart CD.

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Hope that helps.

 

Eddyfix

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