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HP Proliant ML370 + USB drive + disable boot in HP Bios?

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Hi - is anyone familiar with the HP Proliant ML370?

I have a storage area connected by USB, and it works well, but the only obvious problem is that I cannot re-boot the server remotely - when it comes back up it attempts to boot to the USB device.

I cannot find anywhere to disable this boot option in the system BIOS - has anyone had a similar problem with theis particular HP and if so, please assist!

Thanks
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by:SiborgRaider
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I had a similar issue and had to update the bios of the server.
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This is a common problem which is resolved in later PSP and firmware versions.

Please upgrade to latest Proliant Support Pack ;

http://h18013.www1.hp.com/products/servers/management/psp/index.html?jumpid=servers/psp
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by:mharcais
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HI SiborgRaider & Coast-IT.

Is updating the BIOS a different process than upgrading the support pack/formware?

If so, is it worth upgrading both?
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by:omangmehta99
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Dear mharcais,

Kindly share following details,
Bios Rev. :
Firmware ver:
PSP details:

Regards,

Umang Mehta
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by:Coast-IT
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Just do the PSP and Firmware as I have advised, this will resolve your issue.

Cheers
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