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I’m also having this problem. This driver is fully compatible with the following versions of Windows: Please check out 33307 Frequently Asked Questionswhich includes lists of subreddits, webpages, books, and other articles of interest that every sysadmin should read!
If it’s not the iLO card, it will be the chipset driver, which shows up as a base driver. I don’t know what to do.
I am a HP employee. File size of the driver: Once the update is done it goes into an endless boot loop and to fix it, I only have to turn off the server and reboot it and it is fine. HP’s site 13c been a peice of poo like usual and I am having dificulty finding the correct driver or download page.
Also some other info I wanted to give Can someone help me locate on HP’s site the driver for the following. Here is the links http: This topic has been archived.
Here is the link for Drivers, choose the operating system and then choose the following drivers if listed. Message 1 of 6. Message 6 of 6. This issue of rebooting only seems to happen when windows does an update. I hava a Proline Server running windows 10 and when ever there is a windows update, it does the update, reboots when finished and goes into an endless reboot loop.
All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. Message 5 of 6. Are you sure of that hardware ID? Submit a new text post. Want to add to the discussion?
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Didn’t find what you were looking for? Message 3 of 6. Yellow mark on Base System Device in the system device. Guess they could work? Message 4 of 6.
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