A quick search shows conflicting info too. I have arranged some downtime on one of the servers tomoz ill take images then for you. That’s probably a fair assumption. Other possible reasons would be the know incompatibility of the Gigabyte motherboards with the additional BIOS of some expansion cards. If that does not let it boot, is there something else I can try? Register a new account. I would like to know if it’s possible to flash this controller to a different firmware to make it work in a other system than a HP Proliant server
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I’ve never seen the inside of a s, so I’m not sure what connectors it has on the card and backplane. I tried the controller now in my Tyan Mainboard. A quick search shows conflicting info too.
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I will try it in the Tyan Dual Socket F system now. And the backplane I can’t tell. It would be a shame to let it rot. The Init screen just stays there. How would this work with the server components.
No, create an account now. I have arranged some downtime on one of the servers tomoz ill take images then for you. Hi sorry, about the text not to sure what happened there lol If i press anything, the Init screen just appears earlier. Sign In Sign Up. Any help on this would be nice. Posted May 19, The P card looks like a wide plug and not the normal sas connector found on the h Other is those two PCIE contacts to block. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.
SE And it works fine. Posted May 17, I think it’s not a bad one, considering the MB Cache memory and the good overall design. It displays a small animation while the disks spin up and then a cursor blinks where the animation was.
Sep 30, Messages: Yes, my password is: I even have them setup to dual-boot to Windows so I lei update firmware easily.
Would I lose some features of the card doing the cross-flash? It eports the other slot in the init screen, but everything else stays the same.
At first I though it was that the card was broken, due to damage to the leds two of them damaged, one does not workbut testing the other card in mint condition produced the same results. Since there are a few people that have managed to use them and equivalent LSI cards in non-HP, non-server motherboards, I think that the only solution I have is to cross-flash the cards to their LSI equivalent, and hope it does fix the issue. Because alternative controllers in that formfactor are quite a bit too expensive for me.
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Now i have to get another board. I have several of these cards, and P’s and P’s. The motherboard is a Gigabyte ga-pes3g Intel chipset for Core 2 processor from an unused desktop. I also tried using the card in another slot. In a different machine than a HP server ocourse. I would like to know if it’s possible to flash this controller to a different firmware to make it work in a other system than a HP Proliant server