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    jaijai
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    :shock: hello everyone
    i am new to this site.. and need some help with my server..
    currently running windows server standard 2008 32 bit.
    needing to go to windows server standard 2008 64 bit..
    system is hp prolient ml350 g6 6 gig ram, 2 scsi/sas 150 gig hard drives,
    windows workgroup network with about 20 users two sites, linked with t1
    this is a new company needing major changes…

    I AM THE SOLE IT PERSON HERE….
    i have ordered 12 gig of ram for the server,

    I NEED TO KNOW IF THERE IS A SIMPLE WAY TO REFORMAT THE SCSI DRIVES TO PREPARE FOR THE 64 BIT INSTALLATION..
    by the way there is no physical documentation on site about the system..
    I HAVE READ THAT THE HP SMART START CURRENT VERSION WILL
    get me to the point of os installation (IS THIS TRUE)…
    I NEED AS MUCH INFO TO GET THIS SYSTEM READY WITH THE 64 BIT
    OS ON AND READY FOR THE NEW SOFTWARE…
    I HOPE SOMEONE CAN GUIDE ME IN THE RIGHT DIRECTIONS…

    :oops:

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