Restoring Dell Utility
Michael E Brown
Michael_E_Brown at dell.com
Tue May 30 07:23:41 CDT 2006
You can boot Dell Server Assistant, which is contained on the
Installation and Server Management CD. Select "System Tools", then
"Create UP". If it cannot create a UP as the disk is now, you can use
the "Erase all Hard Disks" (Which _will_ btw, erase each and every hard
disk, as well as delete RAID containers, so you may have to recreate
RAID after this) to prep the drive so it can then do the UP creation.
On Mon, 2006-05-29 at 07:56 -0700, Robert Hagg wrote:
> I have a PowerEdge 2550 that lost it's Dell Utility. Partition 1 de
> We have four drives on the system, and it appears that someone replaced this
> partition with a FAT16 partition. When I select F10 on boot, the system just
> defaults into the normal boot-up.
> How can I restore this partition?
> What format is it? Do I need to run mkfs on it?
> Where can I find the code/data for this partition?
> Robert Hagg
> School of Oceanography
> University of Washington
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