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connect servers to hardrive array

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OS win 2003 64bts
Traying to connect a array thru SAS card dont show at divece manager.
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You'll have to install the driver for your RAID controller.
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The system should have all the drivers installed, unless it's been formatted?

Anyway, you need to connect the PE to the MD 3000 as per the sheet that came with the MD 3000, if you have it, and then run the drive array utility that will be on a CD that came with the MD 3000. That won't be installed on the PE by default.

If you need to install drivers for the SAS card you should be able to get them from the Dell website.


Tom

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