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Trouble starting WinFrame 1.7 after replacing server

Trouble starting WinFrame 1.7 after replacing server

Trouble starting WinFrame 1.7 after replacing server

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Using WinFrame 1.7 on a Compaq Proliant ML530 P3-800 Xeon 128MB 256K

The server went down and we weren't able to restart it. Found an identical model server as a replacement.

Moved the Smart Array 3200 Controller and six (6) SCSI drives to the new hardware. After using Compaq's Configuration Utility that was on floppy disks, I was able to add the controller to the installed hardware. After reboot, the original System Partition was now available and it started loading WinFrame 1.7.

I get to the blue screen with the following details and it freezes there.

Citrix WinFrame Version 1.7 (Build 217: Service Pack 5B)
2 System Processors [1024 Mb Memory] Multiprocessor Kennel
Compaq Multiprocessor MPS HAL-Version 304.1 from 1.36.1.1

Moved all the hardware including memory from old (dead) server to the new server. The only difference is the new server's processors are 866Mhz and the old server's processors were 800Mhz.

Any help at all would be greatly appreciated.

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