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SE7501BR2 Intel Board

SE7501BR2 Intel Board

(OP)
Hi

I've just acquired a different Server for my small network.
It uses a Intel SE7501BR2 board with a single Xeon 3.4 processor. I've stuck 4GB of ECC DDR ram in. At the moment I'm waiting for the system to build my array of RAID5 4x32Gbyte drives.
I was hoping to have a simple experience of going to Intel's website and downloading they're easy install setup utility and the latest drives. But every link I click on Intel site comes up 'Page Cannot be Displayed' grrrr.
Does Anyone have any advise on how I might configure this system for using Windows Server 2003 SBS?
Cheers
Phil (pulling out remaining hair)

I'm studying hard every day, so why is the learning curve appear to be heading downwards?

RE: SE7501BR2 Intel Board

(OP)
Update
The Array's configured, I put my Windows server2003 CD in the drive and it goes to the Windows setup screen and loads it's setup files. When it gets to the 'Windows is starting" at th ebottom of the screen, the screen goes dead and the system halts.
STarting to wish I stuck with my old system.
Cheers
 

I'm studying hard every day, so why is the learning curve appear to be heading downwards?

RE: SE7501BR2 Intel Board

(OP)
Sorry 2.4 not 3.4 Ghz

I'm studying hard every day, so why is the learning curve appear to be heading downwards?

RE: SE7501BR2 Intel Board

(OP)
Please ignore this post, FINALLY Intels website is behaving.

I'm studying hard every day, so why is the learning curve appear to be heading downwards?

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