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Hi!

I have a hp ML 330 server at home. I have 3 SCSI adapters (all the same) and 3 compaq scsi discs on each scsi adapter. Windows 2000 Server only recignises 1 disk and I cant get the others to work. In BIOS all of them are detected. What should I do?

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Not sure if the ML 330 is on the compatibility list for W2K....

Did you install drivers for the SCSI adapters when you set up W2K?

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Win2K automatically installs drivers for it. ML330 is compatible, I have checked.
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HP list a number of storage device drivers for the ML 330 & W2K at:-

http://h18023.www1.hp.com/support/files/server/us/locate/20_1118.html

Might be worth checking those out.

Also, check to see if there are manufacturer's driver for the SCSI cards & W2K

JohnT



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