SCSI HDD on New Servers Tags: Support SCSI Hewlett Packard Hard Drives Servers Last response: February 27, 2013 5:18 AM in Opinions and Experiences Share Sudheendra_72 February 27, 2013 4:48:27 AM Hello, We have an HP server with the following SCSI HDD(HP Model: BD1468856B Part: 365695-008 Capacity: 146.8 GB 10000 RPM wide Ultra320 SCSI) I need to use this on a new IBM Server x3100 m4, please let us know how can we make the SCSI Hdd work on this IBM Server. More about : scsi hdd servers Saga Lout February 27, 2013 5:18:17 AM A PCI SCSI card should be sufficient. One of those would support two drives. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Old SCSI 10k rpm or new sata 7200 HDD? Forum SolvedDell Server 1500SC AIC scsi to PERC4/SC Forum scsi/sata hdd issues Forum SolvedWin7 Install doesn't show HDD - is my GRAID SCSI disk device the prob? Forum Filled All 4 NAS HDD Slots But Need More Space - New NAS or Media Server? Forum For Sale: 26pcs!!! Brand NEW Seagate Cheetah 450GB 15K.6 15000rpm SAS 3,5" Server HDD Forum Old scsi hdd Forum Scsi hdd to sata mobo Forum Pls help...SCSI HDD Forum How to connect a scsi hdd to a pc that supports ide Forum How do I allocate a SCSI hdd in windows 2003 Forum Sata hdd but shows scsi disk Forum How to Upgrade SCSI SAS HDD - RAID-1 Config / PowerEdge 1950 Forum SCSI HDD on Adaptec 2940 won't boot Forum SolvedRSTe "Create Volume" is grayed out (new to servers) Forum SolvedMoving old HDD with Windows 7 to new PC with Windows 8.1 Forum SolvedInstalled Windows 7 on a new SSD, kept my old HDD as 2nd disk, can I run games from it? Forum SolvedNew HDD wont boot? Forum SolvedI'm thinking of buying a new HDD for SteamOS Forum Where to buy in Italy scsi 320 HDD 80 pin 300G Forum More resources Read discussions in other Opinions and Experiences categories Computer Shops Support Products !