Windows 2003 Server

Posted on 2005-05-03
Last Modified: 2010-04-18
If you start a Windows 2003 Server installation and the SCSI adapter and the disk storage attached to the adapter aren’t recognized. What could be the cause and what steps can I take to solve this  problem?

Question by:jahsexy18
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    When you start to install you have to Press F6 when it asks.  Put a floppy disk with the drivers on them and windows will then be able to find your drives
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    Heres a link to micrsoft with instructions.

    You should be able to download the drivers for your SCSI Device at the Manufacutres Webpage

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