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Where can I obtain a copy of IBM ServerGuide v7.0?

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According to the IBM website, the latest version of ServerGuide that my server can use (eServer xSeries 330, type 8654 model 11Y) is version 7.0 - however, this version doesn't seem to be available any longer on the IBM website.  Does anyone know where another potential source for this version of ServerGuide might be?  I've tried calling IBM to no avail, and I need to rebuild a server.
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Thanks - that's helpful.  Is there any sort of an index matching filenames to software & versions?
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Sorry about that last post, my baby was crying when I posted it and didn't have time to add some commentary.

I looked around there quite a bit - and there's a lot of stuff.  I wasn't able to immediately figure out their filenames.

I haven't seen any index there as of yet.

I figured if you had more time than I do you may stumble on it - I'll look again tomorrow when I get a few minutes.


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By the looks of what I see there, simply contact IBM and ask for it.  They post it there for you and send the link.  I see other companies that have downloads waiting too.
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I haven't had a chance to check with IBM on this, but it's a place to start that I didn't have before.  Thanks for the assist!
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