After many hours of troubleshooting, we found a solution, which was a last resort, before re-installing the OS. Windows Server General Forum https: This posting is provided AS IS with no warranties or guarantees and confers no rights. We also ran System File Checker, as this was suggested by Dell support, also no success Use Event Viewer to examine detail in event log. Exchange Server , Configuring Twitter – yagmoth Blog:
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Wednesday, May 8, 3: Wednesday, May 8, 4: Still looking for other suggestions Remove From My Forums. Regards, Santosh I do not represent the organisation I work for, all the opinions expressed here, are my own.
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By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Marked as answer by S. Edited by Neil Frick Wednesday, May 8, 5: And of course be sure bfoadcom have the right drivers.
Yagmoth, thank you for the suggestions, we appreciate your response. Not an IT pro?
The steps you mention to follow have been attempted, with no success: Sign in to vote. Since it is failing as well, maybe uninstall the product then attempt to reinstall the NIC drivers?
After many hours of troubleshooting, we found a solution, which was a last resort, before re-installing the OS. Exchange ServerConfiguring Twitter – yagmoth Blog: Resources for 508c Professionals. Again, thanks for the help; I will inform when a solution is found.
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Dell has also sent out support personnel to replace the motherboard, no success. Tuesday, May 7, Try in-place upgrade and see if that makes any difference. This posting is provided AS IS with no warranties or guarantees and confers no rights.
I thank each of you for the suggestions, as I looked into each and learned from all. Those debugging step is mostly sometime they are paid to do unless it’s a OS issue.
I failed to mention that, when we updated the NIC drivers, we also updated the NIC firmware; and, when Dell replaced the motherboard, they updated the bios firmware. One idea we wanted to try, but was unable to, was a Recovery Console repair; after booting off the original OS disk, we broadclm “R,” for repair, and recieved an error stating Windows could not find any HDDs