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HP DL380

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I have a new DL380 G5, which I initially installed with Smart Start SBS2003, however when installing SP1 the server crashed, I found out that it was due to the raid controller driver, but at this time had re-installed from the OS CD, and all drivers were downloaded from HP's site, I'm left with an unkown device after installing all the drivers.

Any Ideas, i've looked through hp's driver list and installed everything they have, please help due to a server down situation I have had to make this machine live and need it resolved asap.

Many thanks
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Thanks I will try this.
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thanks problem resolved.
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