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HP Proliant DL360 G5 does accept 1TB hard drive

So i have a few 2.5" 1TB Hard Drives(NOTE: they are for laptops) and they dont work. I have a HP Proliant DL360 G5 with a Smart Array P400i raid card. It should work but it doesnt.

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5 hours ago, FuchsFuchs1 said:

So i have a few 2.5" 1TB Hard Drives(NOTE: they are for laptops) and they dont work. I have a HP Proliant DL360 G5 with a Smart Array P400i raid card. It should work but it doesnt.

Block size incompatible? 

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You do know that with the kind of storage controllers you find in this type of machine it's not "just plug a drive and it shows in the OS", right?

Typically you have to configure the controller and set up some kind of array before an OS will recognise anything. 

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14 hours ago, Kilrah said:

You do know that with the kind of storage controllers you find in this type of machine it's not "just plug a drive and it shows in the OS", right?

Typically you have to configure the controller and set up some kind of array before an OS will recognise anything. 

well they arent shown in the raid bios

You can never have to many Computers.

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15 hours ago, Blue4130 said:

Block size incompatible? 

what does that mean?

You can never have to many Computers.

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