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DL380 G3 and command-line RBSU - how to get rid of?

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Jef_4
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DL380 G3 and command-line RBSU - how to get rid of?

 
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Jef_4
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Re: DL380 G3 and command-line RBSU - how to get rid of?

doh - stupid enter key :)

But basically, how do I get the original RBSU back? The command-line is a good idea, but VERY cumbersome and arcane.

Thanks!

jef
JohnWRuffo
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Re: DL380 G3 and command-line RBSU - how to get rid of?

You can use the SmartStart CD and use the Erase Utility. It provides options to clean different areas of the system: attached drives, non-attached drives, BIOS, and non-volatile RAM (NVRAM)
Be very sure to select just the NVRAM or you could wipe out your system!!!
Enjoy!
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Jef_4
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Re: DL380 G3 and command-line RBSU - how to get rid of?

beauty! worked like a charm. I actually had thought of trying to see if there was something on the smart-start CD, but said to myself "Nah...."

Thanks!
David Claypool
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Re: DL380 G3 and command-line RBSU - how to get rid of?

Short of erasing NVRAM, the command line to restore the menus is

SET CONFIG BIOS INTERFACE MODE 3

If you type

SHOW CONFIG BIOS INTERFACE MODE

it will tell you that 1 is auto, 2 is CLI enabled and 3 is CLI disabled and will indicate with "<=" which one is currently set.

Re: DL380 G3 and command-line RBSU - how to get rid of?

Hi,

 

Detailed information and screenshots available at following links:

 

Solved: HP RBSU opens in Command-Line mode

 

Cheers

I am an HP Employee

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