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non system disk error on proliant ml370

jay_181
Occasional Contributor

non system disk error on proliant ml370

fdd and cdrom are empty. sysbrd was just repl. running raid 5 on 6 drives. what's the fix?
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amhakassa
Honored Contributor

Re: non system disk error on proliant ml370

Hi jay,

Go to the RBSU(Rom Based Setup Utility) or BIOS settup and make sure the in Controller boot order that the controller where your hard drives or RAID is set is in first

This is because the new systemboard have the factory default and most probabily the onboard SCSI controller is in first in the boot order and if you have a raid controller it should be first so that the hard drives be seen and OS can be loaded


Regards
Amha Kassa