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Unable to install Windows home server 2011 on Hp Microserver N54L


micdesa
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Hi all.
Sorry for my bad english, I'm italian.

Hi trying to install whs 2011 on a Hp Proliant Microserver n54l, but the installtion fail.

On the initial screen of the installation it ask me for the SATA drivers and I install them via Inf file.

After that the installation stops. 

could anyone help me?

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I recommend that you connect the hard drive to the sata connector on the motherboard instead. Finish the installation. Then check Device Manager to see which drivers are missing, install. Then when it's all done, move the hard drive back to the drive cage.

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Hi.

Thanks for you answer.

I tried to connect di HDD to the sata connector of the motherboard but the results is the same.

I'm unable to start the installation

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Weird.

 

An other option is to put the hard drive in a PC and start the installation there. Then when it asks to reboot, you power down, put the drive into the server and power up. The installation should continue.

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Hi all.

Sorry for my bad english, I'm italian.

 

Hi trying to install whs 2011 on a Hp Proliant Microserver n54l, but the installtion fail.

On the initial screen of the installation it ask me for the SATA drivers and I install them via Inf file.

After that the installation stops. 

 

could anyone help me?

 

If you're using the stock 250GB Drive from HP WHS-2011 will already see the HDD and you don't need any additional SATA drivers.  Just check the box (see my RED check mark) in the lower left that you understand that the installer will wipe out everything on your HDD and click Install in the lower bottom right.

 

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I downladed them from amd site.

I tried to use the Windows 7 64b sata drivers and the ones for Windows Vista 64b too.

The installation starts, wipe the disk and then crash.

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