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Loading OS using RBSU on compaq server - HELP!

Posted on 2007-03-22
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Can anyone tell me how to re-install Win2000 server to a ml350 g2 - i have a smart start cd but i really dont have a clue what to do, there seems to be a choice of either using the cd or rbsu (F9) but i cant see anywhere in either method to start loading the OS?
this is really urgent - if i vould give a million points i would!!!!!!!!
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RBSU won't get your OS loaded.  That's the Rom-based setup utility.
If you're using an array controller though, you should have an F8 prompt to configure the array.  You'll need to do that before you load the OS on it.
How did you load it before?  Did you use the install CD or an image?
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