After booting back up with the card removed , I have to remove the installed driver enabling the viewing of hidden hardware, and then turn on view hidden devices. Of course, I did try to install the drivers that LSI’s site provides. Due to budget limitations, this is the only hardware I have available to work. Oddly when I point the device to this driver, it says the driver installed already is fine. So what I did was once again remove the device, and then I replaced the server’s built in driver with the LSI provided driver.
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In the drivers link, read the ReadMe text file and see if the card model is listed in the driver release. Once I uninstall the driver, I can once again repeat the procedure or putting in the card, and server will boot one time, but will hang on shutdown and hang on bootup.
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The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Of course, I did try to install the drivers that LSI’s site provides. So what I did was once again remove the device, and then I replaced the server’s built in sas3442e-jp with the LSI provided driver.
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I did not find any. The server can only boot one time, and will hang on shutdown and will hang on startup. After booting back up with the card removedI have to remove the installed driver enabling the viewing of hidden hardware, and then turn on view hidden devices. I know the server is stable, and I know the card works it works perfectly under a Windows server Now I know this LSI Logic card is very old circaand I’ve not found any mention of any support for Serverexcept for the fact that on LSI’s own site, there are drivers for Server and even Server R2 x All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic.
Oddly when I point the device to this driver, it says the driver installed already is fine. It will hang at the Server splash screen with those green lines running across the screen forever I have to remove the card, and then the server boots just fine.
I have to hold the power button to force it off. Contact Email us Tell us what lai think. Thumb below sas3442-hp say Thank You! At that point, if I turn the server back on, it will never boot the OS.
I have a DL G3 server with a clean Server x86 installation. Here is the link for the Drivers I found: However, when you power off the server, it will hang the server forever. According to the product brief, the card supports the following OS: