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Anyone an idea? Trying to install proxmox on my HP Proliang again but no matter what I do, it can't find a bootable disk. I've done this about 20 times before (and that worked well) and I did change the boot order but I already set that back again.

Anyone? Help 😥

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    @Linux any ideas?
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    @elcore That's honestly Chinese to me haha, any idea on where to find that?
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    @elcore Thing is, I never changed shit except for changing the boot order once (and reverting it back), I had a fully working proxmox installation this morning 😭
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    @linuxxx
    Why did you reinstall it in the first place?
    Check BIOS if you are using the Raid controller
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    @Linux Wanted to try another system (didn't use it for any serious stuff anyways YET) and then decided to revert back aaaand I was fucked.

    Any tips on what I should check?
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    @linuxxx
    As mentioned above. SATA stuff

    What Raid controller are you using?
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    Use my Proxmox + Ceph cluster instead:)
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    Start out with a default debian 9 installation, make sure grub is correctly installed on the corresponding disk. Make sure you got your uefi / legacy setup figured out
    When that's up. And running add the ve sources and install proxmox-ve
    ???
    Profit
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    @Linux No clue. I'm not good with hardware but this fucker has always worked and tbh, I'm pretty much fucked now.
    @Kimmax I literally just did a default debian 9 install but to no evail. It's not detecting anything, got the uefi/legacy part figured out but I'm still fucked pretty much.
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