Updating raid drivers
When I activate the [RAID] mode from BIOS, the Windows 7 gives BSOD exactly as described by this guy: "Windows 7 will start to boot, it gets to the screen where there are 4 colors coming together and it blue screens and restarts no matter what I do." First thing I did: turned off the RAID and booted to Windows and tried to install the SATA RAID drivers from Gigabyte.
I launch the driver installation program and it gives "This computer does not meet the minimum requirements for installing the software" error.
Dell Open Manage Deployment Toolkit version 4.4 User's Guide Back to Top The LCC is an embedded hardware feature since 11 generation of Dell Power Edge servers that allows the user to download and perform Firmware updates and rollbacks and view existing firmware versions even if the operating system is not installed or running.
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You can use a driver update image file to add this support during installation in one of three ways: If Red Hat, your hardware vendor, or a trusted third party told you that you will require a driver update during the installation process, choose a method to supply the update from the methods described in this chapter and test it before beginning the installation.Dell Systems Management Tools and Documentation (SMTD) Frequently Asked Questions regarding the System Build and Update Utility (SBUU) Back to Top The Dell Open Manage Deployment Toolkit (DTK) includes a set of utilities, sample scripts, and sample configuration files that you can use to deploy and configure Dell servers.