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PSP 7.40 on DL380 / 360 G4

 
Stephen Banks
Occasional Visitor

PSP 7.40 on DL380 / 360 G4

I have installed the above PSP on ML370, G2,G3 with no issue, however installing on the DL380/360 G4 is resulting in a BSOD during the network driver install or a loss of connectivity (I was trying to install via RDP)
Any ideas much appreciated.
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Igor Karasik
Honored Contributor

Re: PSP 7.40 on DL380 / 360 G4

Loss of connectivity is known issue, but connectivity back after few seconds.
You can install PSP with Remote deployment utility in order to prevent connectivity loss.
Which BSOD error code you have?
Try to install 8.48.0.0 version of network drivers (released after PSP 7.40)
before PSP installation.
windows 2003 version:
http://h18000.www1.hp.com/support/files/server/us/download/23652.html
Andy2005
Occasional Advisor

Re: PSP 7.40 on DL380 / 360 G4

I had the same problem on a DL380G2. Finally i was able to restart the system in Safe Mode. My NIC got in a disabled status, but i was unable to re-enable the NIC. I had to clean-up some registry values to make the system again "bootable".
Stephen Banks
Occasional Visitor

Re: PSP 7.40 on DL380 / 360 G4

I'd agree with the disabled NIC - I ended up having to uninstall both NIC's from the Device Manager - rescan & then recreate the Fault Tolerant Team to get connectivity back. I'm not so sure about the BSOD now as I can't find a memory.dmp file, although I was prompted to explain an unexpected shutdown when I finally managed to logon to the server by iLO remote comsole.