Novikov_Alexander 100000HTD5 2011-04-14T09:49:47Z craig, it was bad idea to use some wrong drivers instead of correct one. Novikov_Alexander 100000HTD5 6938 Posts Re: X3400 M3 SAS Drivers - BSOD 2011-04-14T09:40:27Z This is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer. craig, it was bad idea to use some wrong drivers instead of correct one. click site
Log in to reply. Discussion Thread Date IBM t20 ibmthinkpad (Windows 98) Jan 5, 2016 IBM MT-M 8985-B63 (Windows XP Professional) 1 reply May 17, 2014 IBM MT-M 8183-UUD (Not Applicable) [SCSI] 1 reply Mar I was hoping I could just install the driver for the SAS Disks instead of a full rebuild but looks like a rebuild is the only way. follow us Attention Required is available for immediate download!
Tried downloading this driver and still caused BSOD. Or, better still, where can I get a 3.5 floppy with the RAID drivers on? Ah well.
Plus, once I find the correct drivers it will be easier just to put them on a floppy (so long as my X3400 that has no OS on will recognise an Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads The time now is 21:00. ¬© 2017 SUSE, All Rights Reserved. To quickly and easily update them, simply choose to download and install all out of date items and you will immediately restore maximum performance and stability to your PC!
Hi, we had to re-install the SAS Drivers for our X3400 M3 Server. The x3400's donít have floppy drives so I'm hoping an external USB floppy will work. BONUS: Driver Reviver will also identify all of your other out of date drivers. You do not have permission to view this directory or page using the credentials that you supplied.
All rights reserved. http://www.driverscape.com/manufacturers/ibm/laptops-desktops/ibm-system-x3400-m3-server--%5B7379z7x/107313 SystemAdmin 110000D4XK 2011-04-14T09:18:26Z IBM Link: https://www-947.ibm.com/support/entry/myportal/sdd/Hardware/Systems/System_x/System_x3400_M3?brand=5000008&key=5390863&osKey=0#5050863 More... Description: Compatible with I More on Eathtek Replacement 2.5" SAS SATA H Price: $10.45 « Driver help | [SOLVED] Uninstalled Soundmax » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this I then downloaded them from LSI Website and this also caused BSOD.
Try Last Known Good Configuration when boot OS. Unfortunately a new image was copied onto the Server using 'Neverfail' application from different hardware (an HP Server) which caused the original driver to be overwritten. Thanks for your responses! :-) More... I guess it has been downloaded not from IBM.
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More... My problem is I've looked everywhere for the RAID drivers so I can make up a floppy but I cant find them anywhere. Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 03-16-2010, 04:20 PM #2 joeten Microsoft-Team Manager Hardware - Team Manager Join Date: Dec 2008 Location: Glasgow Scotland Posts: 64,096 OS:
Would a more recent XP installation CD with SP3 on have more recent RAID drivers on that might recognise my RAID so I wouldnít need to use a separate floppy. I have downloaded the drivers from IBM Website initially and this caused BSOD. SystemAdmin 110000D4XK 9111 Posts Re: X3400 M3 SAS Drivers - BSOD 2011-04-14T10:07:00Z This is the accepted answer. To get the latest version of the requested update simply download and run Driver Reviver.
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This is the accepted answer. However on reboot it caused a BSOD and we have been unable to fix this.