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Starting drivers. Please wait, this may ... take HOURS!!!

 
Occasional Contributor

Starting drivers. Please wait, this may ... take HOURS!!!

Hi

My DL380 Gen9 take hours on point "Starting drivers. Please wait, this may ..." to boot up or go on System Utilities.

BIOS Version: P89 v.2.72
iLO4: 2.62
Smart Array P440ar: 5.04, with local disks no SAN

There is no MicroSD Kit installed.

I didn't find any solution on internet, I also set the BIOS to default still problem exist.

Any ideas?

Regards, Francesco

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Valued Contributor

Re: Starting drivers. Please wait, this may ... take HOURS!!!

Any PCIe cards?  NICs?  Disk controllers?  Try pulling them out and see if the behavior changes.

Occasional Advisor

Re: Starting drivers. Please wait, this may ... take HOURS!!!

Occasional Visitor

Re: Starting drivers. Please wait, this may ... take HOURS!!!

I am having this problem for a while. 

Do we have a solution to this problem?

Occasional Visitor

Re: Starting drivers. Please wait, this may ... take HOURS!!!

Upgrading to ilo4_276.bin resolved this for us.

Many thanks

New Member

Re: Starting drivers. Please wait, this may ... take HOURS!!!

updating to the latest ilo didnt work for me, still takes hours to boot.

Hours starting drivers and then further more time waiting for power and thermal calibration

New Member

Re: Starting drivers. Please wait, this may ... take HOURS!!!

Same Problem here - update iLO to 2.76 did'n solve the problem - any further solutions would be greatly appreciated.

Regards,

Beat

Occasional Visitor

Re: Starting drivers. Please wait, this may ... take HOURS!!!

Have you tried powering off the blade, removing the blade from the chassis to reset it completely (i'd give it a minute from doing this), then power it back on?