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Huawei Server Maintenance Manual 09

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What Do I Do If the Boot Device Fails to Be Identified When I Install the OS Using the Local DVD Drive of the CMC?

What Do I Do If the Boot Device Fails to Be Identified When I Install the OS Using the Local DVD Drive of the CMC?

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What do I do if the boot device fails to be identified when I install the OS using the local DVD drive of the CMC?

Answer

This problem occurs because the mount operation is not performed on the local KVM after the DVD drive is inserted. Connect the local KVM, press Tab to mount the DVD drive, and install the OS again. After the local DVD drive is not used, unmount the DVD drive to avoid affecting later mounting operations on the virtual KVM.

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Updated: 2019-02-25

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