Hp proliant ML350 G4 creating Raid from Bios????

Posted on 2010-09-20
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
I have to build RAID disk on server Hp Proliant ML350G4. I was looking all over bios, but could not found it. Also have looked on HP support, also nothing special about this server. Also looked Google, Yahoo, ect, and nothing, nothing, nothgin.

Pleazzeee help.

Thanks in advance for help.
Question by:dejandejanovic
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Expert Comment

ID: 33719360
Use the HP Smartstart disk that came with the server. It has all the utils to setup your controller.

Author Comment

ID: 33719459
First, thanks for quick respond.
I have also looked into, but could not found it. Have you maybe direction which menu?

Expert Comment

ID: 33719480
I think it's the "Deploy Server" option and it will walk you through creating the array.
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Author Comment

ID: 33719506
Cool. I will look tomorrow. Thanks for now....

Author Comment

ID: 33720577
And found also this solution 

It seems it was just matter when to press right button at right time. :-)

Accepted Solution

blaslett earned 500 total points
ID: 33721650
F8 during POST when the SmartArray prompt comes up. This will allow you to configure your RAID.

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