Chapter 8. Managing and Troubleshooting Hardware

Unless you’ve standardized on a particular hardware platform, most servers that you’ll work with will have different hardware components. This means different servers will probably have different motherboards, disk controllers, graphics cards, and network adapters. Fortunately, Windows Server 2008 is designed to work with an extensive list of hardware devices. When you install new hardware, Windows tries to detfect the device automatically and then install the correct driver software so that you can use the device. If Windows has a problem with a device, you must troubleshoot the installation, ...

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