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Dell 2950 and perc 5/e and sas 6/e

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Hi all,

I have a 2950, with a perc 5/e card and a sas 6/e card, when i boot it the monitor shows a floating warning "Input not Supported" but when i remove the sas 6/e or sas 6/e the server boots perfectly, are the 2 cards fighting or is this just really weird, i am trying to attach 2 md100's and a md3000 to the 2950.

All help is appreciated

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Sounds very strange; sounds like like the cards are competing/conflicting with the on-board video. You say it's a "floating message"? Can you tell whether it's generated by the monitor or by the server's BIOS?

Have you tried the cards in different PCIe slots?
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I had something similar happen to me when I got my Dell 2950. Turns out I had a corrupted sas and that just had to be replaced. Not sure if that's would help you here, but it worked for me.
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