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Proliant ML310 G4 not detect SAS Drives

Proliant ML310 G4 not detect SAS Drives

Proliant ML310 G4 not detect SAS Drives

I have a HP PROLIANT ML310 G4 Server, and have two SAS Drives 146GB, 15K Rpm SAS (Model: DF146BB6C2), connected at a BackPlane connected to a Mainboard how shows in picture(I assumed is Embedded SAS/Sata Raid Connector).

At header prompt appears:
Proliant System BIOS W03(06/10/2008)

When I Enabled "Embedded SATA RAID" in Advanced Options in BIOS
When START the Server and try setup the arrays, appears this:

From a new instalation neither with Windows Server 2008, Debian or Centos 6.4 Detect the Drives.

When I START the Server, There are 2 lights at HDD, 2 leds (1=bottom, 2=top), and the lights are in sequence: 1=green, 2=blue, 2=red, 1&2=OFF... and always kept OFF.

What I can do for Detect the drivers? Finally I want install Centos 6.4

Thanks in advanced.

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