If you did it as described, you would lose all microcode which is a real
set back..... This requires a reload on the part of the CE or from you
using
a full system save. This reload would get at least enough code back into
the system to perform DST functions. I'm not sure "how" you are booting
into DST, but the reload will be necessary prior to anything else
happening.


> On Sun, 16 December 2001, "Chris Beck" wrote:
>
> > I have a 270 with four drives in it, and I want to remove all four of those 
>drives and replace them with 6 new drives.
> >
> > After I take the old out and put the new drives back in I can boot into 
>DST, but I don't get any of the options to configure the disks.
>
>


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