Hard drive by PowerEdge R710 [MS]

Good afternoon,

It ns. Server DELL PowerEdge R710 (service tag ) ha UN disco che da problemi.

The machine went up quattro "500 GB near line SAS 6 GB/s, 7.2 k 3.5"disco board hot-plug".»

Ho tried a ' dare in the giro, my seems to che gli occhiata hard disk the da near Line SAS esistano più non 3.5 ".

Could by help favore disco UN find by auswechseln quello che sta guastando if?

Grazie thousand. Silvia (T.E.S.I. S.r.l.)


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