Good day all
i bought a gen 10 x3216 MicroServer and I have been trying to install windows server 2016 on it with a usb and I get it to boot into the usb with the iso on it but I can not get past the one install step where u supposed to select the drive.
instead it says to download storage drivers and browse to select driver. I have downloaded every single storage driver from the hpe site or is sure does feel like it.
if I try to select the driver I have to do so manually by unticking show only compatible drivers because if I leave it ticked there is nothing compatible. Iam stumped on what the correct driver is.
ok so what Iam trying to do isssssss I want to install the os onto the usb that I have attached inside the box the one that is directly coming off the board. Is that a different driver ?
In bios/boot up options I can see all usb connected.
can anyone please help me with this
Dropbox is deprecating the "free" tier of their storage plans
got an email from them this evening that "I cannot link any new devices" and the only alternative is to upgrade to a $10/month plan
This is from their forums
"Dropbox device limit
Dropbox Limits Its Free Accounts To Maximum Of Three Devices. Previously, there was no such limit implemented. According to the Dropbox website, as of March, users of its free Basic tier can add their account to a maximum of three devices. However, if they already had the device linked to more than three devices, then they will continue to function. "
I don't know how hard and fast this is - I tried installing a dropbox instance on my cell phone and couldn't this evening - I think my main PC
is on the list - I couldn't find a listing of existing "connected devices" on my dropbox account.
I don't even know what my other two devices are - probably long gone my old windows cell phone for example.
Just as Well - Dropbox was my main cloud storage about what 10 years ago but with the improvements to OneDrive/Gdrive, and my eventual use of Office 365 storage became kinda moot. will probably just cancel my account, which is probably what they wanted anyway
what is the old saying "If you aren't paying for the product, you are the product"
also "once bitten twice shy" Cloud Storage is not a true backup
due to Crashplan's demise, this winter I backed up all my irreplaceable data ( family photos, documents) on M-Disk archival Blu ray disks.
I have a copy in my firesafe and at my Brother's house in another state.
So after over a year, I have finally purchased the parts I need to expand my storage. I am having issues getting it set up and working.
I have 2 gen8 MicroServers. Server 1 runs Xpenology, with 4x WD Red drives in the internal drive bays connected to the on board B120i, and 1x Crucial 960GB SSD Cache drive connected to the ODD port. The system boots from a USB stick. Server 2 runs Windows 10 and Plex from a 120GB SSD connected to the ODD port. It also has 2x 2TB drives connected to the B120i
What I have done is installed an HP 212 card in Server 1, and connected the internal drive bay of server 2 to the P212 in server 1. Server 1 recognises the P212 and can se the 2x 2TB drives.
The problem occurs once Xpenology boots. It doesn't see any additional drives, just the 4 drives connected to the B120i. When I first set up the server, I did no configuration on the B120i, so I assume this is running in ACHI mode, and no raid is enabled. I don't know if I need to set this up on the P212, but I haven't found an option for this.
I don't yet know what firmware the P212 is running, but I will be running the SPP updated tonight to see if a firmware update sorts it out, but just wondered if anyone else had any ideas
I got my previous question resolved once I got the floppy to sata cable, and used my 2.5" drive to load windows 10 on to. All now working great and been flying for a few weeks now.
I've just upgraded my storage though and have a question.
I've got 4 x WD Green 2TB drives installed.
I've gone through the B120i setup and set up a new logical drive using all 4 physical drives in a RAID 1+0 setup, which should leave me with around 4TB of usable storage.
That's all gone fine.
When I've gone into Windows, the drives obviously aren't ready for use there, so I've gone into Disk Management to format the drives to make them usable, however I'm seeing them as 2 seperate blocks of storage, rather than one block of unalloacted space.
Is this normal?
If I just format both blocks, can I then merge them into one?
Hi, I'm thinking of getting a surface 2 for a familiy of 6. Two parents and 4 young children.
The children will need to access school websites that undoubtebly use flash and require a complex username, teacher's email, passcode / pin.
What should I expect performance wise of a surface 2 with 6 people signed into it?
Should I get the larger disk version of the surface because the whole family plans to use it?
Is there an RT version of Last pass or a RT last pass like solution to remember all the passwords for the school sites?