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How do I boot a W2K Server with a USB Hard Drive attached for client backups?

Posted on 2007-11-15
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When my W2K reboots, it hangs up unless I turn the portable hard drive off first.  It appears that the server thinks the HD is a floppy drive.  I've tried to set the bios so that it doesn't try to boot off a floppy, but it still happens.
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If you are lucky a BIOS upgrade might help. Otherwise there probably isn't much you can do if you have already tried all the BIOS settings.
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