XP is a workstation OS so it isn't supported on the servers. This is the Windows Server 2003 driver. It will be your best bet in getting the OS installed.
Let me know how it goes.
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Still no luck. We're using a bunch of 3rd party server functions but not any actual Windows Server features so we planned to use a less resource intensive OS. Looks like we'll just have to install Server 2008.
I managed to get Server 2008 installed. But now device manager is showing missing drivers for 2 SCSI controllers and the driver download page for the 2800 has no Server 2008 drivers for this.
Yes, it does. Did you install in RAID mode? or in SCSI mode? Boot to the BIOS Setup F2, Integrated Devices, Embedded RAID ... is it set to RAID Enabled or SCSI Enabled?
If SCSI, what is the VEN and DEV ID's for the SCSI devices (right-click device, Properties, Details tab, change dropdown to Hardware Ids)?
It's in RAID, Channel A RAID, Channel B SCSI.
The only drivers on the download page for Server 2008 R2 or Server 2008 x64 is LSI-LOGIC_MULTI-DEVICE_A00_R227150.exe. When I choose update driver and browse to the extracted contents of this I get "unable to find driver".