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How to install AIX-5300-03 in IBM Server from scratch?
How to go about that i am new to AIX on IBM server
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1) check you have latest or at least minimal microcode levels for primary netcard, cd-rom, motherboard (sysplanar) and first network adapter.
2) Insert CD #1 press 6 on InfoWindow or F6 on graphics console WHILE it does cpu memory keyboard sequence.

Actually you can omit step1 on freshly purchased machine.
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gheist  was correct first time round - even for a new machine!!
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you can also install through NIM if setup is available with you.
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