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Setup did not find SCSI HD Installed on your PC.

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by v1medep, Jun 18, 2008.

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  1. v1medep

    v1medep Thread Starter

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    Hello Gurus!

    I am loading Server 2003 on my server. I just bought Segate SCSI U320, its 73gig SCSI HD. I did Ctrl+A >>selected Disk Utility>>Selected my HD & formatted it. I went back into Array Configuaration Utilities & Initialized the disk & Rebooted. Once booted it finds the HD and then goes to the CD rom to load windows Server 2003. I hit F6 to load the drivers (not sure what SCSI drivers to load but I think SCSI 2960 drivers) The floppy was in and it took the drivers and then next thing you know it says:
    Setup did not find the HD installed on your PC. I had to hit F3 to quite.

    How can I resolve this issue. Am I downloading wrong SCSI Drivers? If yes what kind should I get and how do I know which one to get for that specific HD (ST373307lw)
     
  2. iltos

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    welcome to TSG, v1medep

    this is the introductions forum....a place to introduce yourself, not your problem.

    many forums have "stickies" posted at the top of them...it's a good idea to read them: they have a lot of valuable information

    i'm moving this to a forum where you should get some help. feel free to return to the introductions forum if you'd like to start a thread and tell everyone a bit about yourself.
     
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