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Cisco UCS C220 M3S How to Up Grade Bios & Drivers For this Server

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Hi All,

I wonder if anyone can help I have this server which is a cisco UCS & I cant load any Windows Server on it. However I'm lead to believe it needs a bios upgrade & drivers installed can anyone help?
Many thank all in advance for your responses
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Question by:MarK PercY
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You can download the HUU from Cisco's website to get the latest firmware - ucs-c220-huu-2.0.13f.iso. If it is just windows drivers that you need, Cisco's website also has the latest - ucs-cxxx-drivers-windows.2.0.13b.iso.
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by:MarK PercY
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Hi Rauenpc

how do I get this iso installed on this server? As it has no GUI base?& the server has no CD Rom is there a particular software I use to load the iso on?.
Thank you for your response by the way
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You would use the CiMC. It's essentially the same as an iLO or DRAC. During boot, you will have an option to configure cimc. From there you will be able to set which port to use, and you'll find out the ip address. Bring up the up address in a browser, log in, and you can fire up the kvm. The kvm will allow you to mount iso images to load firmware, OS's, etc.
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by:MarK PercY
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Thank you for your support it helped me achieving my goal
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