server won't boot - is scsi controller bad? or backplane or other?
Our office shut down today and we narrowed problem to Proliant ML350 server not booting. Our previous IT guy suggested restore with 2003 cd - we did but when it errored saying no drives found. We told him we'd seen No SCSI boot device found on ML 350 and he said sounds like scsi board is bad. I've been trying to loacte 305415-001 before monday and in the process spoke to a tech who said unklikely for scsi baord to go bad - maybe backplane? PLease help as we are in dire straights. The original problem may have been another server but we restarted all so not sure if bios hd order was lost in restart - is that possible?
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