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I spend an hour trying and get nowhere, decide to post, and then no sooner I’ve worked it out for myself. We are aware this is not supported, however we have used the Windows drivers for all devices with success on our Windows XP ML OS was a requirement of bad third party “server” application.
Message 6 of 6. Post the top string of characters you see in the window. Those will identify the model video adapter you have and I can try and find some drivers for it. I am more concerned about bios upgrades which may mess up the OS – that is why I posted the question – I suppose the best way is to get the exact MB reference and go to the manufacturers site for drivers and BIOS Regards Paul.
If you are running Serverpost the top string of characters you see there. What network card is it? Typing the beginning of the device ID into Google can give you a clue as to what it is.
By tickmike in forum Windows.
Message 4 of 6. The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of Hewlett Packard Enterprise. I don’t think it matters which one you pick.
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HP Proliant ML110 D7 Windows XP Build
Results 1 to 12 of Message 3 of 6. Please list the operating system you installed and whether it is 32 or 64 bit. If you don’t know, please click on the VGA controller in the device manager.
All forum topics Previous Topic. Before we start, I already know HP netwokr support Server for this model Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Do you know what model graphics adapter is installed? Matrox Ge ServerEngines – English 6. Originally Posted by kmount. Glad you got it sorted.
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This topic has been archived. The hardware ID’s decode to a Matrox Ge video controller. Also, if your name is AngryTechnician, Glad you got the video driver you needed.
When you end up with one remaining device and you’re tearing your hair out finding a driver for it – there isn’t one, find the HP Null Device driver and stick that on. It works with matrox Ge server engine display driver, with version 2. Originally Posted by Michael.