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PowerEdge Server: How to delete a virtual disk using the System Setup

Summary: This article introduces about deleting a virtual disk from the device settings menu on System Setup.

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This article provides information on how to delete a virtual disk using the Device Settings menu on the PowerEdge server.

If your PowerEdge server is running the UEFI mode as a boot mode, the RAID BIOS will not be displayed.


Delete a Virtual Disk


  1. Press F2 key during the POST to open the System Setup menu.
    Or F10 key to open the Lifecycle Controller menu and select System SetupAdvanced Hardware Configuration.

  2. On the System Setup Main Menu screen, click Device Settings.

  3. On the Device Settings screen, click the target RAID controller.
    For the 14th generation system, select Main Menu on the Dashboard View after selecting the controller.

  4. On the Main Menu screen, click Virtual Disk Management.

  5. On the Virtual Disk Management screen, click the virtual disk to be deleted.

  6. Select Delete Virtual Disk from the Operation pull-down menu and click Go.

  7. Read the warning displayed, select Confirm and click Yes.

  8. Once the "The Operation has been performed successfully" message is displayed click OK.

  9. On the Virtual Disk Management screen, ensure the deleted virtual disk is not listed.






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Servers, PowerEdge

Last Published Date

27 Sep 2021



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