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Has anyone tried one of these removable drive bay systems for the xata backup? Tuesday, March 24, 5: The best I can suspect, eata perhaps grast was thinking, is that the drivers aren’t Windows certified. Also, I’m not sure about this exact server, but some of the Dell servers require their own installation CD to prepare the system for an operating system installation. Tuesday, March 24, 4: That gives me 5 drive bays to add data. I know of the F6 option you’re referring to, but I don’t recall seeing it come up.
Dell PowerEdge and Dell Adaptec CERC SATA/6ch
After about 20 seconds of Mbps transfer speed the speed drops down to 10 or slower Mbps and it takes 4 hours to transfer only a few gigabytes. Tuesday, March 24, 5: Hopefully szta, someone has found a solution and can assist. When WHS is setup fully you can get rid of the floppy. It only happens when transferring files TO the server.
DriverMax – SCSI Adapter – Adaptec – DELL CERC SATA /6ch RAID Controller Computer Driver Updates
You will probably almost certainly have to supply drivers during the initial graphical portion of the reinstallation, since without drivers it’s unlikely qdaptec you will even be presented with the option for reinstallation at the adpatec point.
Any Thoughts from some of you seasoned pro’s out there? So if you downloaded the newest drivers make sure you upgrade the Firmware as well. Tuesday, March 24, 4: Wednesday, October 22, 2: I did not try the XP drivers, but as Colin mentioned, it’s been my past experience that the Server drivers should work.
This second time, you will need to press ‘F6’ when requested.
SCSI Adapter – Adaptec – DELL CERC SATA 1.5/6ch RAID Controller Computer Driver Updates
I did try the Server drivers from the Dell website loaded onto a flash drive; no luck there. Stick in the floopy and load all drivers – there may be two or more – load them all Setup continues and needs to reboot – pop out the floppy and let it sxta and then put the floppy back in.
Windows Home Server Hardware and Installation https: After about 20 seconds of Mbps transfer speed the speed drops down to 10 or slower Mbps and it takes 4 hours to transfer only a few gigabytes.
I was hoping to leave drive bay 5 open and when I insert a large hard drive and it prompts me I choose backup and when derc just pull the drive and put it in the safe????? I can’t remember if the drivers I used came form Dell or from Adaptec. adapted
The procedure for loading additional drivers during the install doesn’t allow you to use non-certified drivers. Sign in to vote. I did try the Server drivers from the Dell website loaded onto a flash drive; no luck there.
The card is made by Adaptec, they may have had something. I did not try the XP drivers, but as Colin mentioned, it’s been my past experience that the Server drivers should work.
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