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  1. As noted this is just a blade, you need the chassis it plugs into for it to be of any use. https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c01036152 "The HP ProLiant BL465c Server Blade plugs vertically into the HP BladeSystem c7000 Enclosure."
  2. There are 2 main ways that I know of, using the Lifecycle controller which you will see during boot, or installing the RACADM tools from Dell. To dig into it more, I would start by heading here and reading though all the details: http://www.dell.com/support/article/us/en/04/SLN85572/en#Unique-Hyphenated-Issue-Here-2 This should apply to most modern Dell servers.
  3. This looks like an old thin client, it seems to support PCoIP( PC over IP) which means it should work with a VMware Horizon solution, and or possibly Citrix. but both are large scale enterprise VDI solution's, not something one can run on a desktop PC.
  4. Depending on the use case the cheapest pc you could possibly get away with is a Raspberry Pi 2
  5. Startech may have what your looking for, however I haven't used it yet, so i'm not sure how good or bad it is but it should work for what you need. http://ca.startech.com/Server-Management/Racks/12U-4-Post-Open-Frame-Server-Equipment-Rack-Adjustable-Posts-and-Casters~4POSTRACK12A Looks like it is available at a few resellers here in Canada. You can get bigger, but I would stick with a 12u and go from there. Looks like it will include cage nuts and bolts as well.
  6. My guess is the drive is failing in some way, and may need to be replaced. First thing, would be to copy off any data you want to keep from the drive. Then use hd tune http://www.hdtune.com/ to check the smart data on the drive. This will tell you if there is any issues the drive is detecting that could account for the issues. You could also boot with a linux live CD, and check to see if you can read or write to the drive there. If that all looks good, maybe a good full format might help the drive recover its self (Don't use a quick format, uncheck that option to do a full format). Failing that you may need to replace/RMA it.
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