Information Assistant for additional detailed information to help you install Windows NOTE: Hewlett-Packard has more than one Disk Array Controller (DAC) for the NetServer product family. In this document the term "HP Disk Array" refers to the EISA and PCI Disk Array Controller models C3609A and C3610A, respectively.
Section 5. HP NetServer CD Status Report Section 6. HP Information Assistant Section 1. Installation Tips Extended Translation Run the EISA Configuration Utility (ECU) from the HP NetServer Navigator CD-ROM and enable "Extended Translation for Drives larger than 1 GB" for the embedded SCSI controllers and other installed SCSI controllers.
If the DAT drive is attached to the embedded SCSI controller, be sure to remove the DAT drive SCSI terminator; the SCSI cable is self-terminated. Refer to the DAT drive manual for instructions on removing the terminator. Boot Partition If the system boots from the Disk Array controller, ensure that the first logical drive created by the JetSet Utility is 2048 MB or less.
Repeat step 5. Select the "Hewlett-Packard NetRAID Adapter" if your system has the HP NetRAID Adapter. Press Enter to install. Repeat step 5. Select the "Hewlett-Packard Disk Array Driver" if your system has the HP Disk Array Controller. Press Enter to install.
8. Continue with the Windows NT Installation. Refer to the Microsoft Windows NT Installation Guide for additional information. NOTE If the boot drive is new or has just been initialized, Windows NT may hang while booting from the hard drive. Please see the troubleshooting section for a solution.
Installation Guide. Disconnect the power cord before opening the computer’ s case. 2. One of the steps in the Windows NT installation is selecting the network adapter driver. During Windows NT installation, the system will reboot and continue with the graphical installation. When you get to the Networking screen, Windows NT Setup asks if you want it to detect the network adapter in your computer.
6. In the Select OEM Option screen, select the Hewlett-Packard NetRAID Adapter driver, and click OK. 7. In the next screen, Select SCSI Adapter Option, the Hewlett-Packard NetRAID Adapter is already selected, simply click Install. 8. If the following message appears, click New to replace the existing driver.
9. Click Close to exit the SCSI adapters portion of -Windows NT Setup, and then close the program. Shutdown Windows NT and reboot. Section 3. Troubleshooting The following is a list of known problems and workarounds with Microsoft Windows 1. If the boot drive is new or just initialized, Windows NT may give a warning message about disk drives having more than 1024 cylinders during the first reboot from the hard drive.
C. Double click on the entry to examine the Event Detail dialog box. The upper half of the box gives a short generic description of the error. The lower half of the box is a hex and ASCII dump of error data. D.
Section 5. HP NetServer CD Status Report HP has a new FAX service to ensure that you have access to the newest versions of HP NetServer system software. To obtain an HP NetServer CD Status Report via FAX, perform the following: 1.