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No hard disks detected HP proliant ML 350 G4 SBS 2003 server setup

No hard disks detected HP proliant ML 350 G4 SBS 2003 server setup

No hard disks detected HP proliant ML 350 G4 SBS 2003 server setup

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Hi guys, I am installing SBS 2003 on my HP ProLiant M350 G4 but I am not able to getect any hard drive during set up. However when I am trying to set up windows server 2003 it detects hard drives and works fine. It seems strange but I don't know why particularly for SBS 2003 set up system is not detecting hard drives. Please help guys....

RE: No hard disks detected HP proliant ML 350 G4 SBS 2003 server setup

trg6669,
It sounds like SBS doesn't have the correct drivers for your hard drives.  I've never installed that version, so speaking generally, you'd need to get the proper driver(s) from the HP website for your hardware and then tell SBS that you have additional drivers during the install process.  I know that server 2003 has an F6 prompt along the bottom that is active for a few seconds, so you have to be paying attention.  My guess is that SBS is similar.

 

   
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