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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Power down thy system,pull the hard drive half way out remove all cards from the slots power up see if you go pass the processor etc,if not go into the system setup f2,integrated devices turn them all.see if you go further if you do go back in turn the devices on one by one,do not put the hard drives in yet.wait until you turn the scsi controler assuming you are using the integrated card.If you still cant the on board raid controler uses a raid dim if you can change thi note it must be the same type.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
Sounds like the RAID controller has failed. I would replace this first as RAID controllers are less expensive than replacing the system board, or the server as a whole.
Suggested: PERC 5i (RAID 0/1/5) or PERC 5iR (RAID 1 or 0 only)
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
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