PE2950

Todd LaPittus todd at lapittus.com
Tue Feb 16 14:17:09 CST 2010


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Go into the PERC controllers BIOS and setup your arrays and then
initialize them.

Sounds like you have a bunch of drives hanging off the controller that
aren't part of a volume...

//Todd

madunix wrote:
> i am trying to build a server, it is a dell 2950 with a RAID-5
> controller, when i boot from the open manage CD i get this message:
> "unable to determine the boot device. Drives may not be
> initialized. initialize using the BIOS utility, or check if the
> disks are connected properly"
>
> what could be the problem?
>
> Thanks
>
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