This way it will prevent data loss and the changes made to the drive in the virtual machine will be visible in the host OS too.Requirements: Host OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1Virtual Box (installed not portable) and/or QEMUHow you can use it: Download and unzip the setup file or the portable version.
The SPL gets loaded by the bootrom into the So C's SRAM, executes and initializes the DDR RAM according to module type, then it loads U-Boot to DDR and executes it.
The Recovery Mode still uses a conventional U-Boot.
Install the setup file and start it or just start the portable.
If you have a limited user account on the host OS you need to start it as an administrator, because only this way it will properly check and use the real (USB) drive.
And yes to all those SSM fans out there, I know that you can add a step to update the BIOS using that HP utility against a SSM downloaded management source with all the HP updates, however I’m not a fan and have chosen not to use it for various reasons specific to my environment. REPSET /nspwdfile:”password.bin” as part of Run Command Line step with a package.
You will need to use your file as part of our BIOS update command as you can’t update a BIOS automatically unless you pass the password through as part of the command.
The next option will set if the application will try to lock the volume(s) on the drive before dismounting it/them.
This way you can be sure that all the system data was flushed and there are no processes accessing the drive. If you wanna add a second drive to the virtual machine check the "show a second drive option"."Backup the old entries before saving the new ones": it will save the old entries as "Application_bak".
Although the client features are identical between the Aries devices the firmware is unique between the different manufacturer’s devices in order to support differing hardware components and physical features.