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HP ML 110: This System is not supported platform

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Hi,

I have HP ML 110; I installed the Windows 2003 server: the error message: "This system is not supported Platform"

Any help?

Thanks,
tjie
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check disk mode on bios , it can be ahpci,compatible or raid . i think raid don't install , if you want to use hardware raid  you need to download the raid disk controller drivers in a disk or usband install with f6 at start of installation.if you use compatible always work but performance is slow you should put disk on ahpci  or download drivers
I have installed several 2003 servers on ml 110 , g3,g5 and g6
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