Dell PowerEdge 1600SC Server "reset hard disk bios" Questions

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reset, but prior to this all was booting up and operating just fine. Not being able to wrap my head around this thing is driving me nuts!! Thanks! Configure your System bios and reboot. Your Hard disk

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disk drivers are up-to-date. 2. Cabling problems. A faulty or broken cable -- especially for an external USB or Firewire enclosure?can generate this error. It can also happen if the cable is too long,

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...reset. Only then can I get it into the bios. Please help. I can't seem to get it to boot further or start from any CD I put in the drive. I also don't have any original disk boot set or any repair ...

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... reset scsi and power cables. Turn on server and see if it detects hard drives. If server has same issue then either scsi cable or hdd back plane may be faulty. Chance is more for hdd back plane ...

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...reset the BIOS because no any storage media and drive are connected to the board, I've connected all the drives and hard disk but they're not working... ' You can do that by ...

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