ADAPTEC AIC-8130 HOSTRAID DRIVER

Hewlett Packard Enterprise International. I just want to get on asap. Mmmmm, hard to find out by checking the Pic however If the machine do not says the G is because is G1 and a G1 do not support windows for extended systems 64 bits so, check the link and jump to driver-storage controller. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. I have attached a screenshot of the contents of the ISO in case that helps.

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I just want to get on asap. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.

How do I know which one to use? Hi, Check the attached file. In answer to your second question, I downloaded the win2k3 ISO from a file sharing app.

I think this is the right driver because it is the one offered in the MLRaid controller section on the HP support site but even having opened the case, I can’t make a positive ID of the card in question. Again, any help much appreciated. A big thank you for your help with this. Contact Email us Tell us what you think.

Surely someone else out there has already had to resolve this, or HP knows what they put in the system when they made it and have it documented somewhere.

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Or should I be looking for a different driver? Aiic-8130 not, which file do I use in single driver?

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Using nlite to read the inf files, I have determined that the following downloads supported the following cards: I have been unable to find any docs on HP website explaining what controller comes with the MLG1 or how to identify it. For completeness for those, who have come across this thread because they have this problem, here’s how I got it to work Can someone help me out here?

I’ve looked all over the site and can’t find either details of what card I have installed or the drivers for it. I’m hoping that that wasn’t the wrong thing to do.

Should I choose multi driver? The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Ok, so I’ve got the latest version of the driver from the HP support site Is it just rebadged or something?

The label on the front of the case says “Proliant ML”, no G number. I had to use nlite to integrate it into the server installation.

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I haven’t seen any of the other machines so I don’t know if the G number is usually obvious or not. Many many thanks for any help. That’s going to be a big help, thank you.

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Further to this, I could not get the driver to load using the prescribed floppy method. Mmmmm, hard to find out by checking the Pic however If the machine do not says the G is because is G1 and a G1 do not support windows for extended systems 64 bits so, check the link and jump hostrsid driver-storage controller. I’m on a very tight deadline and I’m not familiar with these machines.

Hello, I’m going round in circles trying to install server on my proliant ml I have attached a screenshot of the contents of the ISO in case that helps. It had SBS on before but the licence belonged to another company so I formatted the drives in the array. Hewlett Packard Enterprise International.

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I have downloaded, extracted and attempted to use cp in the F6 bit of the server aic–8130, but it just keeps asking for the manufacturers hardware disk.

You’re getting me out of a big pile of poo. I have looked in the case but there are no identifying marks.