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You need to install Windows 2000 Server on one of your older Windows NT Server 4.0 computers. The server has dual processors, 2 GB of RAM, a RAID controller with five SCSI hard disks in an array, and a generic 10/100-MB network adapter. You begin the server installation by updating the SCSI firmware.

You then start the installation of the Windows 2000 Server operating system. During the next portion of the installation, you receive an error message indicating that no hard disks can be found.

You want to successfully install Windows 2000 Server on the computer.

What should you do? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose two)

A.Restart the installation by using the Windows 2000 Installation CD-ROM. Press F3 during the text-mode setup.

B.Restart the installation by using the Windows 2000 Installation CD-ROM. Press F6 during the text-mode setup.

C.Restart the installation by using a MS-DOS boot disk with a CD-ROM driver.

D.Insert a disk with the original SCSI firmware.

E.Insert a disk with the OEM SCSI driver.

参考答案
正确答案:BE
解析:Answer: B, E
Explanation: As soon as your machine boots into the text-based portion of Setup, you may notice a prompt at the bottom of the screen that tells you to press F6 if you need to install additional SCSI or RAID drivers. If you don't want these additional drivers, just wait a few seconds and it will go away. But if your system has a SCSI or RAID controller that you know isn't going to initialize without an OEM-provided driver, you'll need to watch this part of Setup closely and hit F6. You'll need to press F6 at the Press F6 prompt to install the OEM SCSI drivers.
Incorrect answers:

A: F3 is used in registry editing. This is not what is desired in this case.

C: This is unnecessary.

D: The firmware is not the problem in this case.
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