So, you just updated your ShadowProtect 5 to an SPX version and you are now getting complaints from ShadowControl about image headers… this is a simple one… Log into the system, stop the agent, locate the DB file for ShadowControl in C:\ProgramData\Storagecraft\endpt and remove it, restart the agent… problem solved.
So, I had occasion to replace the PERC 6/I in my Dell PE T610 with a PERC H700 PCI. Swapped the cards, found the foreign arrays and imported them… Windows tried to boot and died with INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE … F-M-L … So, I loaded up a USB installer and went to
So, a side note here. The PowerEdge R410 I have was to replace my PowerEdge 2900 II. I put a Perc6/i in the 2900 a while back (upgrade from the old Perc5 it had) and since I replaced the whole server I sold the 2900 (2900II, 2x X5365 Xeons, 48GB
IMPORTANT NOTE: You need access to a working Dell installation of the server version you are working with (doesn’t need to be a UEFI, but an installed copy.) Create/load/mount your install DVD (in my case, I am using 2012R2), lets call that D: Format your USB stick as FAT32 and
Tons on the internet about this, so this is a ‘spread the word’ kind of thing! If you are using an older Dell server (PowerEdge 2900+) and you have a PERC 5, 6, or H200 … DON’T WASTE YOUR MONEY ON BIGGER HD’s!! These controllers only support 2TB and lower.
Simple! Edit your /etc/network/interfaces file … 1. Change the ‘iface eth0 ….’ line and remove DHCP and replace with ‘static 2. Add the following lines below that … ‘address <your IP>’, ‘netmask <your netmask>’, ‘gateway <your gateway>’ 3. It should look like below: auth eth0 iface eth0 inet static address
Not sure if this works on newer models, but it does on 2007-08 models. Here’s the backstory. Got my hands on an 07 that wouldn’t turn on. Tried the SMC reset (remove power, battery, hold power for 10 seconds); no dice. Then I found this lovely gem … remove the
With the old iPhoto, you could rebuild an index of thumbnails by holding down COMMAND+OPT and double clicking on the icon. This would bring up a repair menu. Well, Photos skips the menu and does an all in one repair now. Suggestion, backup your Photos library FIRST then run the
This has been around for a while but I figured I would repost it 🙂 I’m lame like that. Go through your Windows install like you normally would but when prompted for a key just continue, don’t enter one. Once, you have booted into Windows, open regedit and goto HKLM/Software/Microsoft/Windows/CurrenVersion/Setup/OOBE/ and change
So, I just ran into this issue. I’m at a client. Laptop comes loaded with Win 8.1. They have a Win 7 key they want to use on it. Normally, no problem. I carry a Win 7 x86/x64 USB stick around just for such occassions. Well, the Samsung didn’t want